Wolfgang Stresemann

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Wolfgang Stresemann

Birthplace: Dresden, Dresden Government Region, Saxony, Germany
Death: November 06, 1998 (94)
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Immediate Family:

Son of Gustav Ernst Stresemann, Nobel Peace Prize, 1926 and Käte Stresemann
Husband of Mary Jean Stresemann
Father of Private and Private
Brother of Hans-Joachim Stresemann

Occupation: German jurist, orchestra leader, conductor and composer
Managed by: Yigal Burstein
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About Wolfgang Stresemann

Wolfgang Stresemann (20 July 1904 – 6 November 1998) was a German jurist, orchestra leader, conductor and composer. He was the intendant of the Berliner Philharmoniker from 1959 to 1978 and again from mid 1984 to early 1985, a time when Herbert von Karajan served as music director.

He was the son of the German statesman and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Gustav Stresemann and his wife Käte, born Kleefeld.

He and his mother (who was Jewish) fled Nazi Germany in 1939 and emigrated to the United States where he stayed till 1956.

His daughter Christina (born 1957) is a Judge at the Federal Court of Justice of Germany.

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Wolfgang Stresemann's Timeline

July 20, 1904
Dresden, Dresden Government Region, Saxony, Germany
November 6, 1998
Age 94
Berlin, Berlin, Germany