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Sicklist: Eschenbach is out for months with tendonitis

A June chamber concert in Washington featuring Christoph Eschenbach as pianist with members of the National Symphony Orchestra has been cancelled four months in advance. Eschenbach is suffering from tendonitis, which requires complete rest for a long period.
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