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Australia loses a concertmaster

We hear that Eoin Andersen is leaving the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra after two years. The Wiconsin violinist, formerly principal second violin of Zurich Opera, maintains a second home in Berlin. His departure was reported on classical radio.
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