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Steven Honigberg (Scott Suchman)

Steven Honigberg

Steven Honigberg, hired by former Music Director Mstislav Rostropovich, joined the National Symphony Orchestra in 1984. That same year Mr. Honigberg presented his New York debut recital in Carnegie Recital Hall and performed Strauss' Don Quixote with the Juilliard Orchestra in Alice Tully Hall. In 1988, rave reviews accompanied the world premiere of David Ott's Concerto for Two Cellos performed with the National Symphony, Rostropovich conducting. The NSO programmed the work on two subsequent United States tours.

Video and Audio

NSO Prelude Concert on the Millennium Stage, April 9, 2004