Moscow City Symphony

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Moscow City Symphony - Russian Philharmonic
Concert hallMoscow International House of Music
Principal conductorDmitri Jurowski

The Moscow City Symphony was established in 2000 by the Moscow City Government. It is resident orchestra at the Moscow International House of Music. The orchestra was directed by Alexander Vedernikov until 2004, then Maxim Fedotov from 2006, and Dmitri Jurowski from 2011.



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