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Jonas, Peter

Jonas, Peter (b London, 1946). Eng. administrator. Worked as extra and stagehand at Glyndebourne while student at Sussex Univ. Ass. to mus. dir. Chicago SO 1974–6, art. administrator 1976–85. Gen. dir., ENO, 1985–93. Intendant, Bavarian State Opera, Munich, from 1993. Noted for encouragement of contemp. composers and innovative prods. CBE 1992.

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Jonas

Jonas (jō´nəs), Greek form of Hebrew Jonah. St. Peter's father is called Jonas and Jona (KJV) and John (RSV).

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Jonas

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