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Eschenbach

eschenbach-optik.com

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Valuation

$0000 

About Eschenbach

Eschenbach provides sunglasses, frames, and optical magnifying solutions. The company designs, produces, and distributes frames and sunglasses, as well as optical magnifying equipment. The company also designs and produces custom-made, precision molded optical lenses for industrial applications.On November 19, 2020 Eschenbach was acquired by Inspecs.49M.

Headquarters Location

Schopenhauerstrasse 10

Nuremberg, 90409,

Germany

49 91 136 00 0

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Eschenbach Patents

Eschenbach has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

12/30/2014

6/6/2017

Grant

Application Date

12/30/2014

Grant Date

6/6/2017

Title

Related Topics

Status

Grant

Latest Eschenbach News

Konzerthausorchester Berlin: With exclamation mark

Nov 11, 2022

Share - Advertisement - Gustav Mahler always asked existential questions: about the meaning of human life, about the usefulness of all earthly endeavors, about mourning, consolation and death. His gigantic symphonies therefore open up enormous possibilities for interpretation for the musicians. For example, whether they tend to discover question marks in the scores – or exclamation marks. - Advertisement - On Thursday in the sold-out concert hall, Christoph Eschenbach clearly opted for the exclamation mark at Mahler’s second. “Resurrection Symphony” is the nickname of the ninety-minute work, which premiered in Berlin in 1895, after the Klopstock text that the composer put into the mouths of the choir and two soloists in the final movement. The orchestra plays at its best The opening “Allegro maestoso” begins powerfully, the “quite serious and solemn expression” that Mahler prescribes, replacing Eschenbach with wild determination, letting theme follow theme, rich in contrast, with a powerful self-evidence. - Advertisement - An almost casual gesture is enough for him, the Konzerthausorchester now knows its chief conductor so well. A magnificent cinemascope sound roars, rich in colour, sensually sharp. The instrumentalists present themselves in top form. The slow movement develops with a calm pulse, Eschenbach consistently avoids the Viennese charm and cosiness, which could also be emphasized here. All the more disturbing are the forte passages – as if bursting in from outside – with their oppressive motor activity. More Tagesspiegel texts can be found here Jewish Music in Germany brought back to life Operas and concerts this winter in Berlin Festivals of great sounds “You don’t get my hate” in the cinema Memories of the Blackest Friday The spinning second intermezzo becomes a perpetual motion machine, with Mihoko Fujimura singing her alto solo heartily and compassionately. Then the structure threatens to unravel a bit, but in the triumphal gesture of the march Eschenbach is able to pull the threads together again, the Slovakian Philharmonic Choir provides the hoped-for goosebumps moment with its entry with a dense, urgent sound. Then everything pushes towards the apotheosis. There are a lot of exclamation marks on this evening, a lot of things seem calculated and effective, like film music avant la lettre. In his last season as head of the Gendarmenmarkt, Christoph Eschenbach clearly wants to celebrate the beauty of the really great symphony and enjoy the enormous potential of his orchestra. He was heartily granted that. The Konzerthausorchester will also play Mahler’s Second on November 11 and 12, each time at 8 p.m. To home page

Eschenbach Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Eschenbach's headquarters?

    Eschenbach's headquarters is located at Schopenhauerstrasse 10, Nuremberg.

  • What is Eschenbach's latest funding round?

    Eschenbach's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Eschenbach?

    Investors of Eschenbach include Inspecs and Equistone Partners Europe.

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