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2019.09.05 (THU) 08: 00 pm Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Center

    90,000(R), 70,000(S), 50,000(A), 30,000(B), 10,000(C)

conductor- Manfred Honeck

violin- Christian Tetzlaff

※ Artists, program, date and venue are subject to change.

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About the Concert



Thu Sep 5, 2019 8pm | Seoul Arts Center, Concert Hall


Manfred Honeck, conductor

Christian Tetzlaff, violin


Beethoven, Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61


----------- Intermission 15mins ------------

Mahler, Symphony No. 1 in D major

 Total Duration around 120 mins

If you could hear silence, how would it sound? Maybe something like the massive stillness that opens Mahler’s First Symphony. A magical spring dawn or the creation of the universe itself? It’s the starting point for a young artist’s journey to the heart of absolute tragedy and glorious triumph a journey through life and death, birdsong and fanfares, funeral marches and Viennese waltz. Well, Mahler did say that “the symphony should be like the world it must embrace everything”, and it’s one of those pieces that simply has to be experienced live. Manfred Honeck understands its every note just as the super Christian Tetzlaff might be the finest living interpreter of Beethoven’s huge, sunlit Violin Concerto. 

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    conductorManfred Honeck

    Manfred Honeck Renowned for his distinctive interpretations, Manfred Honeck has served as Music Director of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra since the 2008/2009 season. Consistently recognized for their performances, he and the orchestra are celebrated both in Pittsburgh and abroad and regularly perform in major European music ...

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    violinChristian Tetzlaff

    Christian Tetzlaff has been one of the most sought-after violinists and most exciting musicians on the classical music scene for many years. “The greatest performance of the work I’ve ever heard,” wrote Tim Ashley (The Guardian, May 2015) of his interpretation of the Beethoven Violin Concerto with the London Symphon...

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