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Symphony Orchestra of India (SOI) Autumn 2019

Symphony Orchestra of India (SOI) Autumn 2019

Western classical | English | Age 6+

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Jamshed Bhabha Theatre: NCPA | 500

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In the 50th year of the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), the Symphony Orchestra of India (SOI) will feature renowned conductors and soloists, who have made their mark in Mumbai, in masterworks of the 17th and 18th Centuries.

The season opens on September 11, with the richness and expressiveness of Chausson along with the absolute romanticism of Felix Mendelssohn, in two concerti for violin, piano, and strings. These works will be performed by SOI’s Music Director Marat Bisengaliev and Italian pianist Roberto Prosseda.

On September 17, Simon O’Neill hailed as "THE Wagnerian tenor of his generation" returns to the SOI for the third time, accompanied by fellow New Zealander, soprano Amanda Atlas, in an all-Wagner gala, featuring music from Parsifal, Lohengrin, and Die Walküre. Associate Music Director Zane Dalal will conduct this special programme.

After his extremely successful concerts with the SOI last year, Russian conductor Alexander Lazarev returns to conduct two concerts this season. On September 22, Irish pianist Barry Douglas, a favourite of Mumbai audiences, will perform Brahms’ Piano Concerto No. 2. The programme also features Stravinsky’s brash, bold, and the exciting suite from the ballet Petrushka.


The Season concludes with the SOI welcoming to the stage the young Indian pianist Lydian Nadhaswaram from Chennai, who went viral this year as the winner of the television competition The World’s Best on CBS. He will perform Haydn’s Piano concert to No. 11. The concert, led by Lazarev will open with excerpts from the Khachaturian’s ballet Spartacus and feature Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5, one of the Russian composer’s most popular works.

 

The season also features recitals by Barry Douglas, Simon O’Neill, Amanda Atlas, Terence Dennis, Roberto Prosseda and Alessandra Ammara.

Discount Offers SOI Autumn 2019



Season Discount for SOI Autumn 2019 Season 

For the SOI Autumn 2019 season of the Symphony Orchestra of India, we are offering patrons who purchase tickets for three or more concerts a 10% discount on their purchase. For terms & conditions, see below:

 Terms & conditions: 

  • The tickets purchased must be within the same price category for each of the three days.
  • Taxes as applicable
  • The discount is only applicable on purchase of the same number tickets per concert. 


Student Discount for SOI Autumn 2019 Season

A 50% student discount for the SOI Autumn 2019 Season concerts please note that there will be a limit on the number of discounted transactions per concert. Only one discounted seat per transaction will be permitted. 

Terms & Conditions: 

  • 50% discount for students with valid student ID’s for SOI concerts for the SOI Autumn 2019 season. 
  • Only one discounted ticket can be purchased against one Student ID. 
  • Each ticket holder must present a valid Student ID when collecting tickets from venue.  
  • Student ID must be presented at entry point into the auditorium on the day of the show. 
  • Limited seats available

T&C

  • Age Limit: 6+
  • Late entry will not be permitted. 
  • Tickets once booked cannot be exchanged or refunded.
  • Children below six years including babies in arms will not be admitted.
  • This ticket is issued according to the rules and regulations of the event organiser and the management of the NCPA.
  • Entry on this ticket is valid for one (1) person only.
  • Rights of admission are reserved by the NCPA.
  • Cameras, handbags, bottles, cans or tins are not allowed inside the venue.  The use of audio or video equipment is strictly prohibited.
  • No food or beverage is permitted in the auditorium.
  • The NCPA does not take responsibility for the loss or theft of any personal belongings or any injury that the ticket holder may incur at the event.
  • The event is subject to change and also governed by force majeure conditions.
  • The starting time of the event for which the ticket was bought may change without any prior intimation.
  • As per the discretion of the NCPA management, late entry for classical concerts will only be permitted in breaks between movements or pieces as indicated by NCPA users.
  • The ticket may be bought from an authorized point of sale.
  • The consumption of alcohol and other banned substances is strictly prohibited.
  • All pagers and cell phones must be switched off inside the venue once the performance commences.
  • Smoking is strictly prohibited.
  • In case of event cancellation, only the ticket price may be refunded. The service charge or any other charges paid for and included in the ticket sale, such as convenience charge or delivery charge will not be refunded.
  • Parking facilities are available at owner’s own risk.
  • No photography through mobile phone is permitted.