Credit Suisse devoted to 2011 New Year Concert

The 2011 Credit Suisse New Year Concert took place on Jan 16th, 2011 at the Forbidden City Concert Hall. 

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Violinist Marat Bisengaliev, Beijing Symphony Orchestra's music director Lihua Tan,
conductor Enrique Bátiz & Jiatong Wu

The 2011 Credit Suisse New Year Concert took place on Jan 16th, 2011 at the Forbidden City Concert Hall. The concert featured the first cooperation among renowned Mexican conductor Enrique Bátiz, the Beijing Symphony Orchestra and violinist Marat Bisengaliev from Kazakhstan. After the concert, Bátiz commented: “ the Beijing Symphony Orchestra meets world class standard undoubtedly and I am so surprised for the evening performance”. Ambassadors of Switzerland and Mexico, the Credit Suisse Head of Marketing Private Banking Peter Angehrn, Head corporate Banking Asia Pacific Dr. Urs Buchmann presented at the concert.


Conductor, Enrique Bátiz with Violinist, Marat Bisengaliev

The Chinese audience had the privilege of enjoying more than a regular repertory but also two of the rarely played classical pieces: Johann StraussⅡ's The Hutsman's Polka – French Polk and Franz von Suppé's Queen of Spades Overture. During the first half of the concert, Kazakhstanian violinist Marat Bisengaliev performed a breathtaking solo of the Violin Concerto No.3 in B minor. Even though French composer Camille Saint-Saëns'concertos are considered to be technically difficult and transparent, Marat Bisengaliev succeeded in playing out the romantic piece with passion and precision, securing his worldwide reputation of a virtuoso.

Credit Suisse is committed to bringing Chinese audiences more outstanding international artists in the coming years and the Credit Suisse Chamber Music Circle will embark on its China Tour of 2011 in May.
 

 

 

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