|Viennese Friends||18 April 2020||6.00 pm|
|Tchaikovsky with Kobayashi||23 May 2020||6.00 pm|
Every minute is worth gold
The Pannonicum series provides weekday busy bees with gold standard, quality entertainment over the weekend. The 18:00 start allows enough time to head out of the region, and spend a few musical Saturday nights in Pécs. After the euphoria of the virtuosic opening concert, made unforgettable by the world-renowned violinist Mayu Kishima, we can admire Hungarian contemporary music with the help of the Amadinda Percussion Group. The Swedish composer Chrisitan LIndberg’s artistic quality and instrumental playing will be a real treat to listen to, but we can also lose ourselves in Beethoven’s well-known Eroica symphony, the Viennese classics and Emőke Baráth’s beautiful voice as well. During the closing concert of this season pass, we can listen to Tchaikovsky’s evergreen melodies conducted by audience favorite Kobayashi Kenichiro. During the series, all three of the Pannon Philharmonic’s conductors, Gilbert Varga and Tibor Bogányi principal conductors, and András Vass resident conductor will conduct.
In addition to the concerts listed for each season pass, all Kodály-, Breitner- and Pannonicum pass holders are guaranteed entrance to +1 concert. The list of concerts that can be chosen from will be available on the Pannon Philharmonic website (www.pfz.hu) and in the orchestra's season program booklet from September 1, 2019. The ticket for the selected bonus concert can be redeemed for free at the Kodály Centre ticket office.
SEAT SPECIFIC SEASON TICKET RENEWAL
WITH WIRE TRANSFER
Beginning on March 1st, 2020, seat specific season tickets can be renewed with a wire transfer. Please communicate your desire to renew via e-mail to email@example.com, and we will provide you with next steps.
On March 6, 2020 and May 15, 2020 between 18:00-22:00: Müpa Glass Hall (Üvegterem)
Present your season pass coupon for the 2019/2020 season and get a 1,000 HUF off the price of the pass.
PURCHASING A NEW SEASON TICKET FOR EVERY PASS SERIES
Int he ticket officies at the Kodály Centre and Müpa (www.mupa.hu) and in established ticket officies across the country.