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What does ESO stand for?

ESO stands for Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (Canada)

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the first crisp downbeat of the up-tempo overture, he helped the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra generate all the high energy and melodic richness of Strauss's masterpiece to the further delight of the audience.
The Vienna Radio Orchestra and Vienna Academy Chorus are under the baton of English conductor Brian Priestman, who was music director of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra at the time of the recording.
Born and raised in Ontario, the 41-year-old composer has spent the past 15 years in Alberta, working closely with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, where he was appointed composer-in-residence in 1992, Calgary Philharmonic, Pro Coro Canada, the Banff Centre and Calgary Opera.
Future plans also include a return to Alberta to conduct both Edmonton Opera and the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra.
The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, led by Pacific Opera Victoria Artistic Director Timothy Vernon, was superb in conveying the operatic dynamic of the narrative.