Person    | Male  Born 17/11/1925  Died 14/7/2010

Sir Charles MacKerras

Categories: Music / songs

Countries: Australia, USA

Conductor and musicologist. Born Schenectady, New York, but when he was three the family move to Australia where he was brought up. An authority on the operas of Janacek and Mozart, and the comic operas of Gilbert and Sullivan. Died London.

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Sir Charles MacKerras

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Sir Charles MacKerras

Sir Charles MacKerras, CH, AC, CBE, 1925 - 2010, conductor and musicologist, ...

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