Erös, Peter (b Budapest, 1932). Hung. conductor. Left Hung. 1956, assisting Fricsay at Holland Fest. 1958–61. Ass. cond. Concertgebouw Orch., 1960–5. Cond., Malmó SO 1966–8. Mus. dir. San Diego SO 1972–80. Cond. Australian Broadcasting Commission 1975–9. Mus. dir. Peabody SO, Baltimore, 1982, and chief cond. Ålborg SO from 1983.
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