After the last season closed early under the extraordinary circumstances we’re all well aware of, the Philharmonie is looking forward to opening its doors again in September for the new season! Despite all the restrictions still in place, there is a varied and exceptional programme full of renowned musicians waiting for you! Advance ticket sales begin today, September 1!
On September 17, music returns to the Philharmonie and we couldn’t be more excited! The season opens with a prominent cast: for the first concert of the Beethoven cycle of the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg under its chief conductor Gustavo Gimeno, the legendary pianist Krystian Zimerman takes on the solo part. Together, these artists will interpret all the Piano Concerti by Beethoven in three concerts. On September 17, the first two Piano Concerti will launch the series, celebrating the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth.
In addition, the SWR Symphony Orchestra will make a guest appearance with Teodor Currentzis and Patricia Kopatchinskaja, as will the Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre with Valery Gergiev and soloists Selina Ott and Vadym Kholodenko.
The range of performances will span from Camané, celebrated as a “prince of fado” to encounters for listeners of all ages at the Family concerts and much more. Paul Lewis as well as Rolando Villazón, who dedicates himself to »L’Allegria« will also both perform.
You can check the full programme online and can get your tickets from Tuesday, September 1st at 10am via the www.philharmonie.lu, by phone (+352) 26 32 26 32 (Monday to Friday, 10 am to 6 pm) or by emailing email@example.com.
*Please note the subscription system has been temporarily disabled and in keeping with the current regulations governing events, some procedures will differ from the familiar. In order to comply with distancing rules, some programmes had to be modified and adapted. In addition, all concerts will take place without a break. It is not possible to offer refreshments, and only approximately one third of the seats in the concert halls may be used. Wearing a facemask is obligatory throughout the entire building of the Philharmonie and for the entire duration of the concert.
The premises of the Information & Ticket Office at the Philharmonie remain closed to the public for the time being, but the entire team is present to answer questions by phone (+352) 26 32 26 32 (Monday to Friday, 10 am to 6 pm) or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.