The Staatskapelle Dresden performance at the National Centre for the Performing Arts

the Staatskapelle Dresden - one of the world's oldest and most distinguished orchestras made its two performances at NCPA Beijing on March 26 and 27.

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After two successful concerts in Shanghai and Guangzhou, the Staatskapelle Dresden - one of the world's oldest and most distinguished orchestras made its two performances at NCPA Beijing on March 26 and 27. Presented by Wu Promotion, the nearly 500-year-old orchestra and celebrated conductor Nikolaj Znaider performed with Paganini's 49th gold medal winner, violinist, Mengla Huang. The Staatskapelle Dresden 2011 tour of China is sponsored by Volkswagen Import – THE PHAETON. Besides Bruch's Violin Concerto No.1, Weber's Overture "Der Freischütz", Beijing audience also enjoyed Brahms' Symphony No. 4 in e minor and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5 in e minor in 2 different nights.

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The conductor, as foremost violinist and chamber musician, Nikolaj Znaider is repeatedly invited as guest conductor by renowned orchestras, such as, the Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, the Russian National Orchestra, the Munich Philharmonic and the Swedish Radio Orchestra. Mengla Huang's outstanding technique and unique interpretations have fascinated audiences.

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The Staatskapelle received very special recognition when it became the first orchestra to be awarded the Prize of the European Culture Foundation for the Preservation of the World's Musical Heritage in 2007. Beethoven who proclaimed: “[…] that the Dresden Hofkapelle is the best orchestra in Europe.”, Richard Wagner who called it a “miraculous harp”. On April 1, the Staatskapelle Dresden along with Staatskapelle Berlin and the Bayerisches Staatsorchester will open the exhibition The Art of the Enlightenment at National Museum of China.

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