The conductor Bernard Haitink recorded works, especially symphonies and other orchestral works, with different orchestras. He made recordings for several labels, including Philips Records, EMI Classics, Columbia Records, LSO Live, RCO Live, and CSO Resound.

Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra:

Berliner Philharmoniker

Boston Symphony Orchestra (Principal Guest conductor from 1995-2004)

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Principal conductor from 2007-2010). All recordings produced by CSO Resound, the in-house record label for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

Glyndebourne Festival Opera (Music director from 1978-1988)

Lamoureux Orchestra

London Philharmonic Orchestra (Chief conductor from 1967-1979)

London Symphony Orchestra: All recordings produced by LSO Live label, the in-house record label for the London Symphony Orchestra.

Philharmonia Orchestra, London

Radio Filharmonisch Orkest (Chief conductor from 1957-1961)

Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra

Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (Chief conductor from 1961-1988)

Staatskapelle Dresden (Chief conductor from 2002-2004) - Most recordings released by Profil (Hanssler Classics) unless otherwise noted.

The Royal Opera, Covent Garden (Music director from 1987-2002)

Wiener Philharmoniker

References

  1. ^ Fiona Maddocks (13 December 2009). "Mahler Symphony No 2: Chicago Symphony/Haitink". The Observer. Retrieved 27 October 2010.
  2. ^ "Chicago Symphony Orchestra Announces Major Radio And Recording Initiatives". Chicago Symphony Orchestra. 30 November 2006.
  3. ^ John von Rhein (20 October 2006). "Haitink, CSO make magic with Mahler". Chicago Tribune. Archived from the original on 7 May 2007. Retrieved 21 April 2007.
  4. ^ Andrew Clements (25 April 2008). "Mahler: Symphony No 6, Chicago Symphony Orch/ Haitink". The Guardian. Retrieved 27 October 2010.
  5. ^ Andrew Clements (22 August 2008). "Classical review: Shostakovich: Symphony No.10, LPO/Haitink; Symphony No 4, Chicago SO/Haitink". The Guardian. Retrieved 27 October 2010.
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