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Danes get new orchestra chief

Antony Ernst, the Australian artistic director of the Strasbourg Philharmonic is switching jobs to the Royal Danish Orchestra in Copenhagen. The difference is croissant for breakfast, or Danish. Myself, it’s croissant any day.
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