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Seidl studied at the Leipzig Conservatory from October 1870-1872.
Seidl then went to Bayreuth as one of Richard Wagner's copyists, living in Wagner's home.
However, Anton Seidl died suddenly in New York City on March 28, 1898, not yet age 48, seemingly of food poisoning.
The conducting style of Seidl is said to have been characterized by free tempi and interpretation, even of established classics, such as Beethoven, which divided listeners and critics of the era. Walter began conducting both oratorio society and concerts under his father, Leopold who became conductor of the German repertoire at the Metropolitan Opera in 1884.
RETURN TO TOP 1884-1902 Walter Damrosch was born in Breslau, Prussia, some 100 km east of Dresden (now Wroclaw, Poland) on January 13, 1862, son of the conductor Leopold Damrosch (1832-1885). in 1871, a year after Leopold Damrosch had visited the U. At that time, Walter Damrosch was an assistant conductor, and advanced to the German repertoire under Seidl when Leopold Damrosch died in 1885.
Walter Damrosch, as well as studying under his father, attended the Dresden Conservatory, where he studied with Wilhelm Albert Rischbieter (1834-1910) and Felix Draeseke (1835-1913). At the MET, Walter Damrosch was respected in his conducting of Wagner, although contemporary critics wrote that he did not reach the heights of contemporaries such as Hertz, and well short of the very different approaches of Mahler or Toscanini.
The Metropolitan Opera was also closed during the 1897-1898 season.
Maurice Grau in 1902 With the re-opening of the Metropolitan Opera in 1893, the 'Golden Age' arrived under the direction of Maurice Grau, who took over management in October, 1891 .
Nevertheless, many of the leading conducting names worked at the MET during Bing's regime, including George Szell, Fritz Reiner, Dimitri Mitropoulos, and even Herbert von Karajan.
- principal conductor of the German repertory Anton Seidl (1850-1898) was a Hungarian operatic conductor, born in Budapest May 7, 1850.
The Metropolitan Opera history since has been studded with so many famous names and historic performances they surpass any short listing.
This is true also of its orchestra, although as we will see, the history of orchestra and musicians of the Metropolitan Opera is less well documented.At Bayreuth, Seidl assisted in the creation of the first copy of the score of Das Ring des Nibelungen.