LEIF SEGERSTAM (1944), a Finnish conductor, composer, violinist, violist and pianist, especially known for writing 319 symphonies as of April 2018, along with other works in his extensive œuvre.
Segerstam has conducted in a variety of orchestras since 1963, mostly American, Australian and European orchestras. He is widely known through his recorded discography, which includes the complete symphonies of Blomdahl, Brahms, Mahler, Nielsen, and Sibelius, as well as many works by contemporary composers, such as the American composers John Corigliano and Christopher Rouse, the Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara, Swedish composer Allan Pettersson and the Russian composers Alfred Schnittke and Alexander Scriabin.
approx. 2,5x8 (6,5x20 cm) rare hand signed sheet of paper; removed from an autograph album; dated January 13, 1988; Stockholm Concert Hall; in-person autograph
A Certificate of Authenticity (COA): Available upon request.