Credit Suisse 2011 New Year Concert

On 16th January, 2011, Wu Promotion will once again organize the Credit Suisse 2011 New Year Concert.  

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Coductor: Enrique Bátiz

Soloist: Marat Bisengaliev

Beijing Symphony Orchestra

Time: Sunday, 16th January, 2011, 19:30
Venue: Beijing Forbidden City Concert Hall

On 16th January, 2011, Wu Promotion will once again organize the Credit Suisse 2011 New Year Concert. The concert will be held in the Forbidden City Concert Hall. Distinguished Mexican conductor Enrique Bátiz and renowned violin soloist Marat Bisengaliev will mark their first-ever collaboration with the Beijing Symphony Orchestra. Credit Suisse has been a long-standing sponsor of classical music. With great dedication to Art, Wu Promotion is proud to be in charge for the fourth year of the Credit Suisse’s New Year Concert and Credit Suisse Chamber Music Circle in China.

Credit Suisse’s special programme for the New Year Concert
Credit Suisse’s Head Corporate Banking Asia Pacific, Urs Buchmann has been a proud supporter of Art. As a passionate classical music lover, Mr. Buchmann not only pushes forward Credit Suisse’s on-going Art project but has also hand-picked the Credit Suisse 2011 New Year Concert’s programme. He is delighted to present the Chinese audience with wonderful works, following Johann Strauss Ⅱ’s The Hutsman’s Polka; Franz von Suppé’s Queen of Spades Overture and Camille Saint-Saëns’ Violin Concerto No.3 in B minor.

Conductor Enrique Bátiz’s pays a second visit to China
Enrique Bátiz is one of the most famous orchestra conductors in Latin America. His repertory ranges from classical to contemporary. Bátiz was appointed as Director of the Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Since 1984, Bátiz was named guest conductor of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and led more than 500 symphony orchestras around the world. Under his baton, the Beijing Symphony Orchestra will perform Voices of Spring Waltz, Pizzicato Polka, OB “The Bat” and other pieces that will make their first appearance in China.

Violin Soloist Marat Bisengaliev
Born in Kazakhstan, renowned violin soloist Marat Bisengaliev studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire in Moscow with two of the legendary names in violin tuition: Boris Belinki and Valery Klimov. He was the first prize and the special virtuoso prize winner for the most outstanding performance at the International Nicanor Zabaleta Competition. Bisengaliev alongside the Beijing Symphony Orchestra will enthrall the audience with a promising performance of Camille Saint-Saëns’ famous Violin Concerto No.3 in B minor.

Credit-Suisse-2011_Programm

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