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What does CPO stand for?

CPO stands for Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

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With an increasing number of festivals being held in the GCC and state-of-the-art venues like the Royal Opera House Muscat (ROHM) opening, the region is attracting big names like Placido Domingo, Joshua Bell and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra who are curious to break their misconceptions of the Middle East and share their own cultures with the people here.
Yet such excesses were in the minority, did not last long and most representatives of the music-loving public were not interested in nationally tinged attitudes to Germanic culture and music written by German and Austrian composers, bearing witness to which is, for instance, the co-operation between the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and the orchestra of the Opera of the New German Theatre in Prague.
Features list of works (series of features), research news, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, performances of Martinu, celebrations, interviews, a special Martinu exhibition theme, and a feature on Luxembourg and Martinu.
Mackerras - who has also worked with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, Philharmonia Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and BBC Concert Orchestra - is currently in Cardiff to rehearse Beethoven's 9th Symphony with the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama's Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.
Accompanied by the excellent Czech Philharmonic Orchestra under Manfred Honeck, Brueggergosman completely captivated the audience in what was her Spanish debut.
I remember hearing the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in Prague 20 years ago, and marvelled at their quiet playing, and consequent beautiful tone.