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Season opening: Titan

The concert travels from the world's edges to the fringes of imagination with conductor Matthew Halls.

Date 27.09.2024 19.00

VenueTampere Philharmonic Orchestra, Tampere Hall, Main Auditorium


Seasonal Passes are available now!

Season pass prices:
Autumn 2024 (10 concerts) / Whole season 2024-2025 (20 concerts)

Adults 272/ 510 €
Seniors 212/ 400 €
Students, conscripts and unemployed 127/ 240 €

Individual tickets for Autumn 2024 will go on sale Monday 3.6 at 9:00.

Individual tickets
Adults 32 €
Seniors 25 €
Students, conscripts and unemployed 15 €
Children and adolescents under age of 18 10 €

Matthew Halls, conductor
Maximilian Hornung
, cello

Jean Sibelius: The Oceanides
Henri Dutilleux: Tout un monde lointain, Cello Concerto
Gustav Mahler: Symphony No 1 “Titan”

The concert travels from the world’s edges to the fringes of imagination. With his impressionistic tone poem, Jean Sibelius stirred up swells that reached as far as America. Henri Dutilleux’s cello concerto embraces abstract mindscapes in the spirit of French poetry. Gustav Mahler calls to adventures with Titan, the literary hero of his first symphony. Award-winning and critically acclaimed cello star Maximilian Hornung makes his debut as a soloist with the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra.

The concert is part of the orchestra’s subscriber series, which includes a Pre-concert talk (Teokset tutuiksi) at 6 p.m. and childcare (Lapsiparkki, 10 €) starting from 6:45 p.m.

The concert includes an intermission and will last about two hours.

Changes are possible.

Production by Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra