Los Angeles Philharmonic Christoph Eschenbach

Los Angeles Philharmonic Christoph Eschenbach Tickets

Renowned American orchestra Los Angeles Philharmonic, which is known for its forward thinking, innovative and venturesome performances is hosting a performance by German-born conductor and pianist Christoph Eschenbach. The artist is known to have carried out many presentations with some of the most well-recognized opera houses and orchestras all over the world, and is currently serving as the music director at National Symphony Orchestra, and music director at the John F. Kennedy Center of Performing Arts. He has played a key role in arranging future orchestral seasons, special projects as well as international festivals for the two prestigious institutions. Both the institutions have announced an extension of their term with Eschenbach by booking him for the 2014-2015 seasons as well.

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Eschenbach’s career spans across five decades in which he has created quite a remarkable discography in the capacity of a pianist and a conductor on many well-recognized labels. His wide range of recordings, which covers compositions from JS Bach to contemporary music have already created much anticipation for the upcoming Los Angeles Philharmonic Christoph Eschenbach show. Los Angeles Philharmonic Christoph Eschenbach tickets are considered to be quite a treat among classic music enthusiasts who love to hear Beethoven, Bach, Mozart and Schubert incorporated with more modern compositions.
Eschenbach, as a pianist had been winning many first prizes at competitions such as the Clara Haskil Competition of 1965 held in Vevey, Switzerland. He recorded his first ever piece in 1964 that featured Mozart compositions for Deutshe Grammophon, with whom he was later offered a contract. He has been offered high positions at many institutes such as Philadelphia Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre de Paris, Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, NDR Symphony Orchestra and Houston Symphony Orchestra among numerous others.  He is known to have made over eighty recordings in the capacity of a piano soloist or conductor or both, and has made appearances in many TV documentaries. He has also contributed to and made several concert broadcasts for various Japanese, European and United Stated networks. Many young musicians such as Claudio Bohorquez, Tzimon Barto, Renee Fleming and Marisol Montalvo, have credited their career development to Eschenbach as their mentor. Los Angeles Philharmonic Christoph Eschenbach show is sure to exhibit Eschenbach’s exceptional skills that have won much success over the years.
The star of the forthcoming Los Angeles Philharmonic Christoph Eschenbach performance, is known to have been mentored by the likes of Herbert von Karajan and George Szell, and has been appointed at the posts of Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the prestigious Tonhalle Orchestra between 1982 and 1986. He has been the music director of Houston Symphony through 1988 till 1999, while also being the music director of Ravinia Festival between 1994 and 2003. Eschenbach was then made the music director of Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival between 1999 and 2002.
Eschenbach, who is soon to perform at the Los Angeles Philharmonic Christoph Eschenbach show, has won several awards and honors including being appointed a Chevalier, meaning knight, of the well-known French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, which was presented to him by Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres, the French Culture Minister in 2006. In 2002, Eschenbach made an appearance with Legion d’honneur alongside Jacques Chirac, who was the French President at the time. The same year, he was given the Officer’s Cross, which carried the famous Ribbon and Star of Verdienstorden der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, while he had already been given a Commander’s Cross much earlier in 1993.  In 1993, he won the Leonard Bernstein Award, which was handed to him by Pacific Music Festival in which he worked as the co-artistic director for six years.
Eschenbach’s upcoming show with LA Philharmonics has rightfully become the title of daily town-among classic music lovers who are only too aware of his unparallel skills and talent. Just book some Los Angeles Philharmonic Christoph Eschenbach tickets and be there to watch the legendary artist perform some of his most memorable works yet.