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《梵志登 | 霍格勒的艾爾加》香港管弦樂團

time 2 - 3 Dec 2022 8pm (1hr 45min)

location Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre 》10 Salisbury Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon

fee: $680 / $560 / $420 / $300

BRITTEN | Peter Grimes: Four Sea Interludes
ELGAR | Cello Concerto
SHOSTAKOVICH | Symphony no. 9
For English composers, the landscape is a constant inspiration. Britten evoked the sea in all its moods, and you can almost taste the salt. Elgar retreated to the countryside, and wrote a Cello Concerto filled with the poetry of autumn – the superb Jan Vogler is its interpreter today. Finally, there’s a complete change of scene, as Jaap van Zweden conducts Shostakovich’s witty (but surprisingly powerful) Ninth Symphony.
The concert runs approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes with an intermission.

Jaap van Zweden SBS, conductor
Jan Vogler, cello

Discount Scheme at URBTIX
For standard tickets, the general public can enjoy up to 15% off, while Club Bravo members are entitled up to an exclusive 30% off for ticket purchases. Details please refer to hkphil.org/2223season-discount.

The “vaccine pass” policy is implemented in Venue. All persons are required to meet the related vaccination requirements and use the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application to register their visit. Details please refer to hkphil.org/concert-etiquette and the Government’s COVID-19 Thematic Website.
public sale
8 Aug 2022 (Mon) 10am onward

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