Lockhart, James (Lawrence)
Lockhart, James (Lawrence)
Lockhart, James (Lawrence), Scottish conductor; b. Edinburgh, Oct. 16,1930. He studied at the Univ. of Edinburgh and at the Royal Coll. of Music in London. He served as apprentice conductor of the Yorkshire Sym. Orch. (1954–55), asst. conductor at Münster (1955–56), the Bavarian State Opera in Munich (1956–57), Glyndebourne (1957–59), and Covent Garden in London (1959–68). Intercalatorily, he was music director of the Opera Workshop of the Univ. of Tex. in Austin (1957–59), and conductor of the BBC Scottish Sym. Orch. in Glasgow (1960–61). From 1968 to 1973 he was music director of the Welsh National Opera in Cardiff; from 1972 to 1980 he served as Generalmusikdirektor of the State Theater in Kassel; from 1981 to 1991 he was Generalmusikdirektor of the Rheinische Phil, in Koblenz and at the Koblenz Opera. He was head of the opera school at the Royal Coll. of Music (1986–92) and director of opera at the London Royal Schools Vocal Faculty (1992–96).
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