Philharmonia Frankfurt has set itself the goal of becoming one of Europe's most important cultural ambassadors. The orchestra's line-up reflects Frankfurt's multicultural society—the members of the international ensemble come not only from all over Europe, but also from South America, Asia, Australia, Israel, and Turkey.
Since its beginnings, Philharmonia Frankfurt has developed a cultivated sound culture—the warm, creamy string sound of the legendary Eastern European string school mixes with the traditional Western European wind school and creates an unmistakable sound. The orchestra's wide-ranging repertoire, which ranges from baroque to modern and from chamber music to major symphonies, has made it one of the most sought-after orchestras within a very short space of time. The orchestra also crosses genre boundaries and dares to carry out exciting experiments beyond classical music: projects with rock musicians, electronic music, jazz, and various crossover projects are on the orchestra's agenda.
On this evening, the audience can also admire Bulgarian pianist Irina Georgieva, who lives in Basel, as a soloist. The mixture of lyrical playing and unbridled temperament make her a fascinating musician! Renowned Frankfurt conductor Juri Gilbo was hired as chief conductor of the orchestra.
Tickets are CHF 46.60-92.50.