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Helen Quach (/kwɒk/ "quok"; 4 July 1940 – 31 July 2013) was a Vietnamese-born symphony conductor who founded the Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra in Sydney, served as the music director of the Manila Symphony Orchestra and guest conducted for symphonies around the world. Quach was educated in New South Wales, where she studied under noted Russian conductor Nikolai Malko
Quach was educated in New South Wales, where she studied under noted Russian conductor Nikolai Malko. She then took a conducting course from Sir John Barbirolli and Carlo Zecchi in Italy before moving to the US to serve as an assistant to Leonard Bernstein. She spent much of her adult life in Australia and the Philippines. These included Nancy Salas, Malcolm Williamson, Larry Sitsky, Romola Costantino, Roger Woodward, Richard Farrell, Stephanie McCallum, Anne Harvey (mother of Michael Kieran Harvey), Neta Maughan (mother and teacher of Tamara Anna Cislowska), Daniel Herscovitch, Julie Adam, Grant Foster, Rhondda Gillespie, Robert Weatherburn, Tamás Ungár, David Miller, Helen Quach, Alison Bauld, Garry Laycock, Pamela Sverjensky, Suzanne Cooper, Julia Brimo, Vladimir Pleshakov, Helen Priestner Edmonds.
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that in 1977, symphony conductor Helen Quach was one of two women who led major orchestras anywhere in the world? Source: "Take two fingers and count the number of women, world-wide, who are conducting major orchestras. And there's Helen Quach, who seems well on the way to fulfilling Leonard Bernstein's prophecy. Honolulu Star-Bulletin, March 25, 1977. On the when/as question, I think both are okay, but when might be a little more straightforward. Breaking into" in this context is when a person is first establishing success in a career, getting their first position/role, etc. I would not object if we want to use the more formal/plain "When Quach was conducting under Bernstein". EricEnfermero (Talk) 04:39, 7 August 2017 (UTC).
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