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HANS-JAKOB ESCHENBURG

Principal cello in the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, Hans-Jakob Eschenburg studied with Josef Schwab at the Hans Eisler Musikhochschule in Berlin. From 1984 to 1988 he was principal cello in the Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra, also serving as a principal in the Carl Philipp Emanuel Nach Chamber Orchestra. He was a founding member and long-serving cellist (1979–2000) in the Petersen Quartet, touring throughout Europe, North and South America, Australia and the Far East. He has served as a guest performer in music festivals and has made several commercial recordings. He is a professor at the Hans Eisler Musikhochshcule and is active internationally as a chamber musician and soloist.

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