Jun Markl makes his debut in China this month

Jun Märkl makes his China debut at the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing, conducting the NCPA orchestra in Mahler’s 10th symphony (Derek Cooke completion) as part of the NCPA’s prestigious Mahler festival; other orchestras and conductors appearing in the same festival include the Berlin Philharmonic and Sir Simon Rattle.

Märkl then carries on around the world for a week with the St Louis Symphony (Beethoven, Strauss and Ravel), before returning to Leipzig for a televised Verdi Requiem with the MDR Symphony. He returns to Asia for Mahler Symphony No.4 and Rückert Lieder with the NHK Symphony.