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Brahms Double

Ticket Information

  • Premium Adult: $74.25 each ($70.00 + $4.25 fees)
  • Premium Senior: $69.12 each ($65.00 + $4.12 fees)
  • Premium Student/Child: $15.38 each ($15.00 + $0.38 fees)
  • A Reserve Adult: $58.38 each ($55.00 + $3.38 fees)
  • A Reserve Senior: $53.25 each ($50.00 + $3.25 fees)
  • A Reserve Student/Child: $15.38 each ($15.00 + $0.38 fees)
  • B Reserve Adult: $48.12 each ($45.00 + $3.12 fees)
  • B Reserve Senior: $43.00 each ($40.00 + $3.00 fees)
  • B Reserve Student / Child: $15.38 each ($15.00 + $0.38 fees)
  • Wheelchair: $48.12 each ($45.00 + $3.12 fees)
  • Wheelchair Senior: $43.00 each ($40.00 + $3.00 fees)
  • Wheelchair Student: $15.38 each ($15.00 + $0.38 fees)
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Dates

  • Sat 7 Sep 2024, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Restrictions

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Tickets Available 1 Feb 2024 or subscribe to get your tickets earlier! Details in 2024 Brochure


Sarah Jenkins (UK)          'The Coming of Night World Premiere'
Brahms                              Double Concerto for Violin and Cello
Dvořak   
                           Symphony No.6


Uwe Grodd Conductor
Amalia Hall Violin
Andrew Joyce Cello


Immerse yourself in a world of musical mastery and experience the unparalleled synergy of two of MSO’s favourite string soloists, Amalia Hall (violin) and Andrew Joyce (cello) as they join forces in Brahms’ Double Concerto. This masterpiece weaves a rich tapestry of melodies and emotions, showcasing the profound dialogue between violin and cello. The orchestra provides the perfect backdrop for this musical conversation, creating a harmonious experience in a work that embodies both drama and reflection.


Dvořák was a strong voice in the re-establishment of Czech musical identity, and the noble themes, depicting open landscapes, and the dancing Scherzo of the Symphony No 6 bear the stamp of a genius at his height. Here Dvořák pays tribute to both his mentor Brahms and to the rich folk music of his Bohemian homeland. From the exhilarating opening to the triumphant finale, you will be transported to a world of enchantment.


The concert opens with the world premiere of ‘The Coming of Night’ for orchestra by the young English composer Sarah Frances Jenkins, commissioned by the MSO. This evocative work is inspired by a poem of the same title by Emily Dickinson and aims to explore the atmospheres, colours, and images within her depiction of twilight and the transition from sunset to night. The work was premiered as a Sextet originally by the BBC Concert Orchestra.


For a full overview of the orchestra's 2024 year season, request the 2024 brochure from:
admin@manukausymphony.org.nz
(09) 577 3031.

Students must hold a valid student ID.
No children under 11 years without parental supervision.
Service fees apply.

For wheelchair bookings please call 0800 BUYTIX hotline (wheelchair bookings are not available online).

Onsite Box Office opens two hours before show start.

Entrance: Enter through Gate 1 or 2
Parking: Northern Carpark. Parking $5 -Purchase with your tickets, or at the Box Office (Card Only). Or pay with INUGO App: $4.00 for first hour then $ 0.50 per hour.

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