Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem
Eszter Zemlényi – soprano
Around All Saints’ Day, Mozart’s Requiem, one of the best-known pieces of music history, often features on orchestral programmes. Even though, this composition is no novelty to nearly any of us, it is one of those masterpieces that convey an inexhaustible message, and one longs to hear them again and again. Mozart’s Requiem is surrounded by countless legends, which make it all the more special, though it already stands out from its composer’s oeuvre with its grim tone and archaic features. Albeit there are hundreds of Requiems in music history, we tend to search for familiar, cult compositions to help us reminisce.
The concert also features an unknown work by another though contemporary Salzburg-born composer, Klemens Vereno. In his piece, the highly prolific composer and university professor now in his 60s reflects upon his predecessor, Mozart. The orchestral composition consists of the dialogues of Mozart’s melodies. The themes enter into interaction with one another, and what we hear from the stage is what we normally hear in our own mind after listening to Mozart’s music.
Subscription renewal in Pécs (Kodály Centre) from 10 June to 20 August, 2020
The subscriptions of our Pécs-based season ticket holders can be renewed with seat reservation until 20 August, 2020:
Online renewal is possible at www.pfz.hu/berletujitas by a bank card, bank transfer or payment upon receipt paid to the courier. You can renew your subscription online, even if you wish to change the type of your season ticket or your seat. In this case, Pfz support staff will contact you informing you of the available options.
Subscriptions can also be renewed in person. Appointments must be made at the ticket office of Kodály Centre in advance so that long queues are prevented. Please, make an appointment at www.kodalykozpontjegyiroda.hu and bring along your appointment confirmation email. Should need be, making an appointment is also possible with our helpline at +36 72 500 300.
Payment in instalments
The full subscription price can also be paid in two instalments. The instalment sums due and payment dates are not connected to the number of concerts held. First payment is due upon the renewal of the subscription or the purchase of the new season ticket. Should you fail to pay the second payment, the subscription loses its validity. Thank you for your understanding!
Second payment is due by 31 October, 2020.
The season tickets Kodály, Breitner and Pannonicum entitles you to attend an additional concert apart from the ones naturally included in your subscription. The list of additional concerts and the way of receiving tickets will be available online from 1 September, 2020 at www.pfz.hu or in the season brochure of the orchestra also to be issued in September.
Purchase of new subscriptions (Müpa, Kodály Centre)
from 10 June, 2020
Subscriptions can be purchased from 10 June, 2020 until the first concert date of the given season ticket (dates vary in each concert series) and until the capacity of the hall is reached.
Online purchase is possible at www.jegymester.hu.
Subscriptions for Pécs can also be purchased in person. Appointments must be made at the ticket office of Kodály Centre in advance so that long queues are prevented. Please, make an appointment at www.kodalykozpontjegyiroda.hu and bring along your appointment confirmation email. Should need be, making an appointment is also possible with our helpline at +36 72 500 300.
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