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Maestro Imre Palló

Maestro Imre Palló talks with Bob Willard about his life and work as a conductor.

Most recognizable from his elegant back, Maestro Imre Pallo was the distinguished silver-haired conductor you often saw in the orchestra pit during IU School of Music opera productions. The son of a famous Hungarian opera singer, and the godson of composer Zoltán Kodály, Pallo currently teaches conducting at The University of Sydney in Australia.  He sat down with Bob Willard in this 1999 interview.

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