Moscow Symphony Orchestra

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The Moscow Symphony Orchestra is an orchestra based in Moscow, Russia. It was started in 1989. It was the first orchestra that was started in modern Russia with private money, not with money from the government. The orchestra have played under famous Russian conductors and with famous soloists, including Yuri Bashmet and Vadim Repin.

The orchestra's main conductor is Vladimir Ziva, and its main guest conductor is Ignat Solzhenitsyn. The Orchestra have given concerts in United States, Japan, South Korea and Western Europe.

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