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Born in Tianjin, En Shao studied at the Beijing Central Conservatory, graduating to become second principal conductor of the Chinese Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra. He was awarded the Lord Rhodes Fellowship at the Royal Northern College of Music, when he went to England in 1988, also receiving the first Edward Van Beinum Foundation Scholarship. In January 1990 he became associate conductor of the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, a post created especially for him. Between 1992 and 1995, he was principal conductor and artistic advisor of the Ulster Orchestra. He has conducted major orchestras in Britain and abroad and is currently chief conductor of the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra, principal guest conductor of the China National Symphony Orchestra, and music firector and principal conductor of the Taipei Chinese Orchestra.

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