Jan Latham-Koenig (born in 1953) is a British conductor. He was born in England, coming from French, Danish, Polish as well as Mauritian origin. He studied at the Royal College of Music in London before he founded the Koenig Ensemble in 1976 and began his career as a concert conductor with the BBC, in 1981 and wining the coveted Gulbenkian Fellowship. He made a remarkable debut with Macbeth at the Vienna State Opera in 1988 and was appointed its permanent guest conductor in 1991.
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