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Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra 450th Subscription Concert [Nagoya Performance]

Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra 450th Subscription Concert [Nagoya Performance]


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The 450th Subscription Concert 〈Nagoya/With the Singing Voices of Nagoya/500 Years of the Reformation〉

Friday, October 6, 2017 18:45

Venue: Japan Special Ceramic Industry Civic Center Forest Hall (regular concert)
MTK Hall Forest Hall
All seats reserved: S seat: ¥7,200 A seat: ¥6,200 B seat: ¥5,100
C seat: ¥4,100 D seat: ¥3,100 Y seat: ¥1,000 (under 25, same-day ticket only)
*Performances eligible for childcare services


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Nagoya Phil Ticket Guide: 052-339-5666

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Nagoya City Cultural Promotion Agency Ticket Guide

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[Organizer] Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra

[Co-organizer] Nagoya City

[Sponsored by] Aichi Prefecture, Aichi Prefectural Board of Education, Nagoya City Board of Education, Nagoya City Cultural Promotion Foundation, Asahi Shimbun, Me-tele

[Grant] Kao Foundation for Arts and Sciences


[Special Sponsor] Rinnnai


Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 5 in D major, Op. 107 "Reformation"
Orff: Secular Cantata "Carmina Burana"


Thomas Bauer received his first musical education in the Regensburg Cathedral Choir and graduated from the Munich Academy of Music and Performing Arts. At the 2014 Salzburg Festival "Two Mozart Matinees" (M. Honeck, A. Fischer), Orff's "Carmina Burana" by the theater ensemble "La Fra del Baus", Steierte Festival, He has performed with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe (N. Harnoncourt) and Offenbach's "Blue Beard", and at the Dijon Theater in France, Wagner's "Ring of the Nibeling" (Wotan) and Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" (The Count).
Together with the Hammer Flugel master Jv Immazer, he holds concerts throughout Europe. He has also released many CDs, including Schubert's "Winter Journey" (Orfedor Gold Award/La Musica Correa Award), Handel's "Apollo and Daphne" (Stanley Sadie & Gramophone Award), and Mendelssohn's "Elias" (Ehyo Magazine Award). many. The documentary film "Winter Journey: Schubert in Siberia", which captures Bauer's recital trip on the Trans-Siberian Railway, has been televised many times. In 2015, Haydn's "The Creation" (Z. Mehta), the Danish National Chamber Orchestra (A. Fischer), the MDR Symphony Orchestra (P. Ahmann), the NDR Symphony Orchestra (M. Gielen) at La Scala, Milan. ), etc. Many premieres, won the Schneider Schott Music Award.
He is the founder and general director of the Kulturwald Festival in Lower Bavaria, Germany.