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Meeting participants can introduce multiple workbooks while conductorship features allow a presenter to control the flow of information within a conference.
Dvorak Symphony No 9 Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Nelsons Nearly six years ago Andris Nelsons conducted Dvorak's New World Symphony with the CBSO at a private test of the acoustics of Birmingham's newly-refurbished Town Hall, and what turned out to be a spectacularly successful audition for the principal conductorship of the orchestra.
The Gloria was commissioned by The Choral to mark its 125th anniversary and the 30th year of Sir Malcolm Sargent's conductorship of the Society.
As well as the links with Liverpool, he was long connected with the Ulster Orchestra, as well as an associate conductorship of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
On the previous evening, I had been uplifted by the inspirational programme presented by the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, under the conductorship of Owain Arwel Hughes, and the wonderful presentation of Rachmaninov's Third Piano Concerto by John Lill.
Under the conductorship of Pierre Boulez, Strauss's famous tone poem, Also sprach Zarathustra, is very precise, very carefully articulated, very exacting in its phrasing and control.
Meredith Davies followed, one of the highlights of his conductorship being the Birmingham premiere in 1963 of Britten's War Requiem, whose first performance he had conducted a year earlier in Coventry Cathedral alongside the composer.
Sir Malcolm Sargent told members of Huddersfield Choral Society that his appointment as conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra would not affect his conductorship of the HCS, and he would be continuing both roles.
For many years at the start of the 20th Century, the conductorship was shared between Sir Henry Wood and Sir Thomas Beecham with more famous soloists including Rachmaninov and Casals.
And it was from that orchestra in the late 1960s that Louis Fremaux came to the principal conductorship of the CBSO, and it was under Fremaux' baton that the CBSO made probably the world's most-played recording of Saint-Saens' great Organ Symphony.