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Munich Symphony Orchestra

Period

2020/3/18 (Wed)

Venue

Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall

Ticket Fee

18名限定!S席12,000円 → 9,900円さらに500Pゲット!

+ Ticketing Fee

Canceled the performance

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Performance content ;[About refund procedures] (updated on March 13)
Refund procedures vary depending on the "payment method" at the time of ticket purchase.
Please check the "Payment method" section that you used.

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by the end of March, you will be asked to stop or refund your payment.
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Refund period: Wednesday, March 18, 10:00 a.m. to 23:59 on Tuesday, March 31<>




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>br /> [Discontinued] About the Munich Symphony Orchestra Japan Tour br />
>The Munich Symphony Orchestra Japan Tour, which was scheduled for March this year, we have been striving to conduct a tour with great care in preventing the spread of the new coronavirus infection. However, as a result of comprehensive judgment from the government for the prevention of the spread of infection and the situation of each performance site, we have canceled all 11 performances of this Japan tour.
In response to the strong desire of the performers and stakeholders, such as the Munich Symphony Orchestra, conductor Julian Lacrine, and soloist Mona Asuka, we are working to coordinate for next year's re-invitation. We are very sorry to all the customers who were looking forward to the performance and the people involved in the tour, but we would like to ask for your understanding.

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The prestigious German Symphony Orchestra came to Japan to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Rakusei's birth!

The 2020 olympic year marks the 250th anniversary of The Birth of Le Saint Beethoven and is scheduled for numerous commemorative concerts. Among them, the concert of the All Beethoven program by the famous Orchestra of Germany which came to Japan earliest will attract the most attention. The conductor is Julian Laklin, who is expected to perform in the Chicago Symphony, the City of Birmingham, and the Vienna Symphony. In particular, Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto also showed off his play. He shows the true value of the Vienna Philharmonic and the youngest ever to perform together. The soloist is Mona-Asuka, who has German and Japanese parents and is active internationally. Piano Concerto No. 5 "Emperor" is a good repertoire, and you can expect to perform with the Munich Symphony Orchestra, who have performed with each other many times. Stay tuned for the first and biggest Beethoven Memorial concert in 2020!

Program
Mendelssohn:
Violin Concerto in E minor (Violin: Julian Laclin)
Beethoven:
Piano Concerto No.5 "Emperor" (Piano: Mona Asuka)
Symphony No.3 in E-flat major "Hero"
Performances Homepage https://tempoprimo.co.jp/stage/ms2020
Appearance Conductor/Violin? Julian Laklin ? Piano? Mona Asuka ? Munich Symphony Orchestra
Staff
Schedule <Date>
2020/3/18 (Wed)


<Schedule>
3/18 (Wed) 19:00

Ticket Fee 18名限定!S席12,000円 → 9,900円さらに500Pゲット!

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall
Remarks Note: Performances
Wed., March 18 19:00 18 people Performers, songs, and song order are subject to change.
Organizations Overview

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