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An Award to Honor Julius Rudel

Before he became the music director of New York City Opera during its heyday and embarked on a conducting career that took him to podiums around the world, the first ensemble that Julius Rudel conducted was the Mannes Orchestra, during his student days there.

When the Mannes Orchestra played at Alice Tully Hall on Thursday night, the school, now called Mannes College the New School for Music, said it would begin an initiative named for Mr. Rudel, who died in June at the age 93: the Julius Rudel Award for Conducting Studies.


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