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Renowned conductor Christoph Eschenbach came to Beijing Symphony Orchestra

By Shan Sanya (Guangming Online)

10:18, September 11, 2012

Recently, the renowned conductor Christoph Eschenbach conducted Beijing Symphony Orchestra, playing Beethoven in Zhongshan Music Hall. It was the most remarkable and anticipated concert by the Beijing Symphony Orchestra this season.

Christoph Eschenbach is one of the most venerable and remarkable conductors. He was born in Breslau of Germany in 1940, and was famous as a pianist before becoming a notable conductor. His conducting combines German and Austrian classical school with Improvisation, and has a unique and strong appeal.

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