If you have a ticket for a concert cancelled in the previous season - we will exchange it between 1 and 30 September, 2020 for the concert of your choice of our season 2020/2021 (New Year’s and Valentine Day concerts cannot be selected.). - shouldn’t you wish to exchange your ticket(s) for a new one, we will use its price for the support of our orchestra. Thank you for your help! - Should you neither wish to exchange nor support the orchestra, your ticket can be refunded. Ticket purchased online will be refunded online. In this case, please notify us of your wish to get full refund and of the details of you ticket at email@example.com, and Jegymester will transfer the price of your ticket back to your bank account. Tickets purchased in person can be refunded at the site of purchase. If you bought your ticket in Kodály Centre, please register for an appointment at www.kodalykozpontjegyiroda.hu and then you are welcome to visit our ticket office. Thank you for exchanging your ticket or supporting our orchestra instead of requesting a refund!
The final season pass concert of the 2019-2020 concert season falls on the 100-year anniversary of the Trianon peace treaty. In commemoration, a new composition commissioned by the Pannon Philharmonic, the Trianon Cantata by Levente Gyöngyösi of Cluj, will debut with text by András Visky the Transylvanian writer, dramaturg, and the Cluj National Hungarian Theatre’s artistic vice-president. While the first half of the night is for remembrance and mourning, the second is for resolution. One of Tibor Bogányi’s not so secret favorite composers is Anton Bruckner, so he’s also presumably eager to conduct one of the Austrian composer’s most well-known works, the Te Deum. According to the title page of its first edition the composition, created between 1881 and 1884, was written for choir, solo singers, orchestra and optionally, the organ. Gustav Mahler, Bruckner’s good friend, crossed this passage out in his own copy, and wrote the following instead: “for angel tongues, God-searching, tortured hearts and souls purified by fire.”