Having grown swiftly disillusioned with young Lionel Bringuier, the Tonhalle orchestra is scouting for talent.
NZZ’s Christian Berzins has some thoughts on the subject, and a shortlist:
Young blood: Lorenzo Viotti (born 1990), or Krzysztof Urbański (1982);
Old masters: Mariss Jansons (1943), or Charles Dutoit (1936);
Midlifers: Franz Welser-Möst (1960), or Philippe Jordan (1974).
Do not be surprised if Christoph Eschenbach drops in.
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