Conductor Claus Peter Flor
Harp Marieke Schoenmaker
Mozart - Symphony No. 34
Haydn - Harp Concerto in D
Beethoven - Symphony No. 1
Thu 21 Feb ’1920:15 uurmain hall
Price does not include € 2 service costs per ticket
In spite of the powerful, final chord in Beethoven’s First Symphony, it is the new harp who steals the show. This empress of the instruments was donated to the South Netherlands Philharmonic by enthusiast Karel Brevet, from Breda. The orchestra’s harp player, Marieke Schoenmakers, lets the new instrument radiate in Haydn’s equally frisky and famous Harp Concerto in D.
To keep waiting times down to an absolute minimum, this concert makes use of a cash-free interval. Interval drinks are included in your tickets: the perfect solution to enjoy your company and your drink as long as possible!