For Antony Walker, an operatic rise

For Antony Walker, an operatic rise

There are 1 comment on the The Washington Post story from May 10, 2010, titled For Antony Walker, an operatic rise. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

When Antony Walker, an Australian conductor, came to Washington in 1999 to make his U.S. debut at Wolf Trap, he was affable, slightly pudgy and, in this country, unknown.

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Scott

Pittsburgh, PA

#1 May 11, 2010
I have sung under Maestro Walker several times and was in the performance of Aida when he sang from the pit. He is a remarkable conductor, and I've never known someone to know each score so well. Congrats, Maestro!

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