Thursday, October 12, 2006

A decade after his passing, CSO conductor Sir Georg Solti still on the move

"They should erect a statue to me,” is how Georg Solti testily responded, in that unmistakable voice with its thick Hungarian accent that could rise from a guttural growl to high falsetto in the space of a single sentence . . .

And Chicago did, in 1987. Now the memorial bust has just found a new home. Read all about it and see pictures here.

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