Malmö Symphony Orchestra
The orchestra has a complement of 94 musicians. Since 2019, the orchestra's chief conductor is Robert Treviño.
The orchestra was founded in 1925 with Walther Meyer-Radon as the first chief conductor, from 1925 to 1929. Herbert Blomstedt held the title of Huvuddirigent (principal conductor) during 1962–1963. Past principal guest conductors have included Brian Priestman (1988–1990), Gilbert Varga (1997–2000), and Mario Venzago (2000–2003).
At first the orchestra performed both symphony concerts and served as the orchestra of the Malmö Opera and Music Theatre, but from 1991 the orchestra has been exclusively devoted to symphony orchestra concerts.
- Walther Meyer-Radon (1925–1929)
- Georg Schnéevoigt (1930–1947)
- Sten-Åke Axelson (1948–1961)
- Rolf Agop (1962–1964)
- Elyakum Shapirra (1969–1974)
- Janos Fürst (1974–1977)
- Stig Westerberg (1978–1985)
- Vernon Handley (1986–1988)
- James DePreist (1991–1994)
- Paavo Järvi (1994–1997)
- Christoph König (2003–2006)
- Vassily Sinaisky (2007–2011)
- Marc Soustrot (2011–2019)
- Robert Treviño (2019– )
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