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Eschenbach leaving National SymphonyEschenbach leaving National Symphony
Christoph Eschenbach plans to step down as music director of the National Symphony Orchestra in 2017 and will become conductor laureate for three years. Eschenbach decided he will not extend his position as music director after seven seasons. Eschenbach joined the symphony in 2009. He is credited with refocusing the symphony's approach to classical European orchestral music and for raising the symphony's profile with international tours.

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Should Mehta hand over the baton?
Zubin Mehta has not announced his retirement and in an interview with the stewards of the Israel philharmonic about two years ago, the issue apparently never even arose. And another minor difference: Mehta has been serving as the IPO’s music director (initially he was called music adviser) for 46 years.
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Violinist Frank Peter Zimmermann plays a Stradivarius that once belonged to legendary Austrian-born violinist Fritz Kreisler; the instrument was made in 1711. But Mr. Zimmermann doesn’t own the violin. He rents it through an arrangement, struck with a now-defunct German bank. That contract is set to expire. The musician has offered to buy the violin but while the contract includes a preferred-buyer option for Mr. Zimmermann, the set price “is so far above the appraised value” of the Stradivarius that he refuses to pay it.
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