KRIPS, JOSEF

KRIPS, JOSEF
KRIPS, JOSEF (1902–1974), conductor. Born in Vienna, Krips studied at the Vienna Academy with E. Mandyczewski and Weingartner and made his opera debut in 1921. He joined the Vienna Volksoper as chorus master and répétiteur and in 1924 was appointed head of the opera department at Aussig/Elbe. From 1925 to 1926 he was at Dortmund and then at Karlsruhe as music director (1926–33). Between 1933 and 1938 he conducted at the Vienna State Opera, losing his position after the Nazi annexation of Austria. During the war his musical activities were suspended; from 1945, he conducted at the Salzburg Festival and in various European countries. A visit to England in 1947 to conduct Mozart operas at Covent Garden led to his appointment as chief conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra in 1950. Later he moved to the United States and was a guest conductor at the Chicago Lyric Opera from 1959, the Metropolitan from 1967, and the Deutsche Oper, Berlin, from 1970. -BIBLIOGRAPHY: Grove online; MGG2. (Israela Stein (2nd ed.)

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