Baroque cellist Beiliang Zhu takes first prize at Bach Competition in Leipzig

Baroque cellist Beiliang Zhu, from China, won first prize in the cello/Baroque cello division of the International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition in Leipzig. Zhu, 26, who has studied with Steven Doane, Phoebe Carrai and Sarah Cunningham, received €10,000. Second prize went to Hungarian cellist Ditta Rohmann, ...

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