Bernuth, Julius von 8.aug.1830-24.dec.1902 Germany, Rees - Hamburg
conductor, studied law, studied music with Wilhelm Taubert and Siegfried Dehn in Berlin, 1852-1854 barrister in Wesel, then gave up law and 1855-1857 studied music at Leipzig Conservatory, 1857 he founded the chamber-music society 'Aufschwung' and in 1859 the Dilettanten-Orchester-Verein, also conducted the 'Euterpe', the 'Singakademie' and the Male Choral Society, summer 1863 he studied singing with Manuel Garcia in London, returning to Leipzig he conducted one season of the 'Euterpe' concerts, 1867-1894 conductor of the Hamburg Philharmonic Concerts and the 'Singakademie', 1873 he founded a conservatory in Hamburg, 1878 decorated Royal Prussian Professor

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(details unknown). compositions for orchestra and for choir
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