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Anja Bihlmaier l German Horn Sound

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

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

fee: $420 / $320 / $220

For Robert Schumann, the horn was the most romantic of all instruments – whether echoing poetically in the forest, or sounding a thrilling call to battle. So imagine four horns, playing like dreamers and daredevils, in two extraordinary, rarely-heard showpieces for four horns and orchestra. The four brilliant players of The German Horn Sound weave that special magic, along with HK Phil’s principal and co-principal horn players.

WAGNER|The Flying Dutchman Overture
SCHUMANN|Konzertstück for Four Horns and Orchestra
Erkki-Sven TÜÜR|Symphony no. 10, ÆRIS, for Four Horns and Orchestra
SCHUMANN|Symphony no. 4

Anja Bihlmaier, conductor
German Horn Sound
Lin Jiang, horn
Russell Bonifede, horn

The concert runs approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes with an intermission.

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.

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.
public sale
14 Dec 2022 (Wed) 10am onward

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