Due to the high demand of ticket, Macao Orchestra decided to make some additional tickets available.
Additional tickets can be collected at the outlets of Macau Ticketing Network【from 1pm on October 27 until 1pm on October 29】. Each person can pick up a maximum of two tickets. Tickets are limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.
Time: 2021.10.29 Friday 20:00
Venue: St. Dominic’s Church
1. Antonio Vivaldi: Bassoon Concerto in G minor, RV 495
Bassoon| Yung Tsangshien
2. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Flute Concerto in D minor, Wq 22
Flute| Weng Sibei
3. Astor Piazzolla: The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
Violin| Melody Wang
First Violins| Wang Yue, Guo Qing, Cao Hui, Li Silei
Second Violins| Vit Polasek, Liang Mu, Li Wenhao
Violas| Xiao Fan, Kiyeol Kim, Li Yueying
Cellos| Vincent Lu Jia, Lu Yan
Double Basses| Tibor Tóth, Chen Chao
This concert will present the “Bassoon Concerto in G minor” by Antonio Vivaldi and “Flute Concerto in D minor” by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. The concerto originated as a genre of music in the early Baroque and it was the most prevalent genre of instrumental music at that time. Antonio Vivaldi was one of the greatest Italian composers of the late Baroque. He particularly loves bass instruments and the “Bassoon Concerto in G minor” is one of the works of his most mature period. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach was the most important musical assistant for his father, Johann Sebastian Bach. He always emphasizes the connection between the soloist and the orchestra. “Flute Concerto in D minor” is a good example. Macao Orchestra will also perform “The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires” by Astor Piazzolla. Piazzolla’s interpretation of the seasons features one movement per season. And each seasonal movement boasts varied moods, incorporating the naturally-occurring sound inspirations of any given time of the year along with the emotionality of lives lived and weathered.
The concert will be held at 20:00 on October 29 at St. Dominic’s Church. Free tickets can be picked up at the outlets of Macau Ticketing Network【from 12noon on October 22 until 12noon on October 29】. Each person can collect a maximum of two tickets. Tickets are limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. This is an event not to be missed!