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2014 Tour of Asia & China Residency, Day 5—The Orchestra’s Second Concert at the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Bejing

May 23, 2014

5/23/14, Beijing: Horn player Denise Tryon finds a space to warm up before tonight’s concert. Photo by Jan Regan.

5/23/14, Beijing: And the performance begins! Yannick and the Orchestra open the concert with Mozart’s Symphony No. 41 (“Jupiter”). Photo by Jan Regan.

5/23/14, Beijing: During the Mozart, Yannick draws out the sweet sounds of the Philadelphia strings. Photo by Jan Regan.

5/23/14, Beijing: The joy in the performance was evident in Yannick’s face. Photo by Jan Regan.

5/23/14, Beijing: The control board is just one of many elements that help make a concert happen, whether in China or in Philadelphia. Here you can view the Orchestra performing Mahler’s Symphony No. 1. Photo by Jan Regan.

5/23/14, Beijing: Was the concert a success? The many, many curtain calls the audience gave Yannick and the Orchestra says indeed it was. To the delight of the audience, Yannick waves the score to Bach’s “Little” Fugue in G minor, arranged by Leopold Stokowski, which the ensemble played as an encore. Photo by Jan Regan.

5/23/14, Beijing: After the concert, fans lined up to thank Yannick for his music-making—and to nab an autograph on his CD with the Orchestra, featuring Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring and Stokowski transcriptions of works by Bach and Stravinsky. Photo by Jan Regan.