Munich, 2. June 2022 18:30 to 20:30
Due to the pandemic it’s been a long while since the RG Munich has attended a concert. We are looking forward to this season’s 4th “Jugendkonzert” of Münchner Philharmoniker/MPhil. This is our first time at the new (interim) concert hall nicknamed Isarphilharmonie. Exciting!
Mphil is one of Munich’s worldclass orchestras. Guest conductor is Lorenzo Viotti. The great program: Rachmaninov’s “Die Toteninsel”, Debussy’s “L’Apres-Midi d’un Faune”, and Skrjabin’s “Poème de l’Extase”.
MPhil offers a small number of Jugendkonzerte per year. These are presented by an mc, TV personality Malte Arkona, who tells interesting stories about the music and musicians. Since the vast majority of concert-goers is young, there is always an especially enthusiastic atmosphere. 20 student tickets.
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