|Singularly Universal||29 September 2023||7.30 pm|
|Three Times Three||24 November 2023||7.30 pm|
|Virtuoso Musicians||26 January 2024||7.30 pm|
|Between the Lines||22 March 2024||7.30 pm|
|Alpha and Omega||03 May 2024||7.30 pm|
PFZ is PRESENT in the moments of sorrow, the blood and sweat of the masters whose names start not only with the letter ″B″– Bach, Beethoven, Bartók and Bruch – but all other letters of the alphabet when they were penning the compositions you are listening to at this very moment.
PFZ is just as mysterious as Bluebeard himself, marches along the ants, as in the poem, makes the song of the sirens audible and soars with the Wondrous Deer. The orchestra is present with our contemporaries in the battle for victory, and the joy found in the freedom jointly won.
PFZ is there with the artists wherever their desires guide them and where they can get only through music, and they hang on there with the youth and stand on their guard along with the elderly.
PFZ has been tending the sacred fire, not forgetting about their ultimate goal: music deserves the highest quality sound. PFZ is present at each celebration, birth and farewell.It stands by the sick, the disabled and the poor. It indulges itself in the company of children, and it is there when you whisper into your dear one’s ear that you love him or love her.
PFZ is at home in the Kodály Centre, Müpa and the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna. It is present in Pécs, Budapest and all over Europe, and most where music falls from heaven and where it can find you.
PFZ is with you when you’d like to rest at the end of a tiring day, wanting to recharge your batteries with inexhaustible symphonic energies, and it is also with you in the silence, in your sighs and the roaring applause.
The timbres of PFZ's concert may come to life as colourful yet transparent glass pearls in your imagination: while you walk home, they rattle on in your pockets and line your hands as treasured stones. If you look into their depth, they reflect both the past and the future: they open up new perspectives and make sure you find what you are looking for.
RENEWAL OF YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
Our subscription holders can renew their existing subscriptions: we keep your subscription seats reserved until the end of the renewal period so that you can enjoy the concerts of the Pannon Philharmonic from your usual place.
Subscriptions for the Kodály, Flirt and Pannonicum Series (Pécs) can be renewed until 20 July 2023
- by bank transfer and bank payment – please inform us of your renewal request in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive further details;
- in person in the ticket office of the Kodály Centre: payment is possible in cash, bank card and the Széchenyi Recreation (SZÉP) Card;
Subscription for the Pannon Series (Budapest) can be renewed until 31 May 2023
- by bank transfer and bank payment – please inform us of your renewal request in an email to email@example.com, and you will receive further details;
- in person in the Glass Hall of Müpa, between 6 pm and 10 pm on 24 March and 5 May 2023: payment is possible in cash, by bank card and the Széchenyi Recreation (SZÉP) Card;
PURCHASE OF NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
The subscriptions of the Pannon Philharmonic can be purchased online on the website of Jegymester by online bank card payment or can be ordered via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or, alternatively, purchased in person:
- Subscriptions for the Kodály, Flirt and Pannonicum Series (Pécs) can be purchased in the PFZ ticket office of the Kodály Centre (opening hours: Mo – Fr 10 am to 6 pm, closed between 24 July and 6 August): payment is possible in cash, by bank card, the Széchenyi Recreation (SZÉP) Card and ZSÖK (Zsolnay Heritage Management) gift vouchers;
- Subscriptions for the Pannon Series (Budapest) can be purchased in cash by the bank and Széchenyi Recreation (SZÉP) Card in the ticket office of Müpa;
- furthermore, all PFZ subscriptions can be purchased in the authenticated ticket offices of Jegymester.
You can purchase a new subscription until the first concert of each series.
INSTALMENT PAYMENT FOR THE PÉCS-BASED SUBSCRIPTION SERIES
You also have the possibility to pay for your subscriptions for the Pécs-based concert series in two instalments. The first instalment is to be paid upon subscription renewal or the purchase of a new subscription, while the second instalment is due until 31 October 2023. Should you fail to settle the second instalment due by the given deadline, your subscription will lose validity. The instalment rates and the due dates are in no connection with the number of concerts held.
FREE-OF-CHARGE SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR YOUNGSTERS AGED BETWEEN SIX AND EIGHTEEN
Also, in Season 2023/2024, our subscription holders can acquire subscriptions for their family members aged between 6 and 18 years free of charge for the adult concert series of the Pannon Philharmonic. The individual, seat-bound subscriptions for young people can be requested exclusively by providing proof of their age via email to email@example.com or in person:
- Subscriptions for young people can be attained for the Pécs-based concert series in the PFZ ticket office of the Kodály Centre (opening hours: Mo – Fr 10 am to 6 pm; closed between 24 July and 6 August);
- Subscriptions for the Budapest-based Pannon Series for young people can be attained in person in the Glass Hall of Müpa between 6 pm and 10 pm on 24 March and 5 May 2023.