Robert Kajanus

1856 - 1933

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Robert Kajanus (2 December 1856 – 6 July 1933) was a Finnish conductor, composer, and teacher. In 1882, he founded the Helsinki Orchestral Society, Finland's first professional orchestra. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Robert Kajanus has received more than 50,102 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Robert Kajanus is the 63rd most popular conductor, the 147th most popular biography from Finland and the 2nd most popular Finnish Conductor.

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Among conductors, Robert Kajanus ranks 63 out of 97Before him are Karl Muck, Stanisław Skrowaczewski, Armas Järnefelt, Jean Martinon, Joseph Keilberth, and Jeffrey Tate. After him are Semyon Bychkov, Jiří Bělohlávek, Niyazi, Iván Fischer, Aleksandr Gauk, and Paavo Berglund.

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Among people born in 1856, Robert Kajanus ranks 75Before him are Felix Mottl, Semyon Alapin, Vasily Rozanov, Thomas Joannes Stieltjes, Mohammed Abdullah Hassan, and Rudolf Stammler. After him are Marcelino Menéndez y Pelayo, Carl Axel Magnus Lindman, Franz Roubaud, Paul von Jankó, Luigi Bianchi, and Wojciech Kossak. Among people deceased in 1933, Robert Kajanus ranks 75Before him are Princess Elisabeth of Anhalt, Rudolph Lewis, John Henry Mackay, Jimmie Rodgers, Anthony Hope, and F. Holland Day. After him are Gyula Krúdy, Renée Adorée, Olaf Bull, Julius Klengel, Sara Teasdale, and Max von Schillings.

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In Finland

Among people born in Finland, Robert Kajanus ranks 147 out of 509Before him are Kaarlo Castrén (1860), Lauri Virtanen (1904), Ville Valo (1976), Tuomas Holopainen (1976), Lydia Chukovskaya (1907), and Frans Michael Franzén (1772). After him are Lydia Wideman (1920), Julius Skutnabb (1889), Hertta Kuusinen (1904), Ali Aaltonen (1884), Hugo Gyldén (1841), and Heikki A. Alikoski (1912).

Among CONDUCTORS In Finland

Among conductors born in Finland, Robert Kajanus ranks 2Before him are Leif Segerstam (1944). After him are Paavo Berglund (1929), Esa-Pekka Salonen (1958), and Jukka-Pekka Saraste (1956).