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Symphony Orchestra of India (SOI) Spring 2019

Symphony Orchestra of India (SOI) Spring 2019

Orchestra | English | Age 6+

| ₹500 Onwards




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  • Next Weekend

Price Range

  • 0 - 500
  • 501 - 2000
  • 2001 and above

The Symphony Orchestra of India’s Spring 2019 concerts begin on February 4 in a programme conducted by Martyn Brabbins, in his second appearance with the SOI following his highly-acclaimed concerts in 2016. One of the U.K.’s most well-established conductors, Brabbins is the Music Director of the English National Opera and the Huddersfield Choral Society and Visiting Professor of Conducting at The Royal College of Music. This programme features violinist and Music Director of the SOI Marat Bisengaliev performing Saint-Saëns’ Violin Concerto No. 3, alongside Weber’s Overture to Oberon & Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2.

On February 9 & 10, Brabbins will lead the SOI in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, often considered the pinnacle of symphonic music. The last movement features the beloved ‘Ode to Joy’, and the concert will feature joint choirs from India and abroad and world-class soloists. The programme will also include Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy, a piano concerto movement, performed by pianist Andreas Haefliger, and bringing in a choir and vocal soloists for the climax nearing the finale.

Associate Music Director Zane Dalal will lead the concert on February 16 featuring Zakir Hussain’s Peshkar, a concerto for tabla and orchestra, commissioned by the SOI.  Zakir Hussain will join the SOI in the first performances in India of this concerto since the world premiere in 2015. The programme includes Berlioz’s Roman Carnival Overture  and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade, based on The Arabian Nights, and considered the composer’s most popular work

The SOI will embark on its maiden tour of the UK immediately following the concerts in Mumbai. The programmes that will be performed on February 4 & 16 will form our tour programmes, to be performed in London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Guildford, and Edinburgh.

SOI Spring 2019 Discount Offers

SOI Spring 2019 Discount Offers TnC`s

Student Discount for SOI Spring 2019 Season

A 50% student discount for the SOI Spring 2019 Season concerts (4th February, 9th February, 10th February, 16th February). 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 and Conditions:

  1. 50% discount for students with valid student ID`s for SOI concerts for the SOI Spring 2019 season.
  2. Only one discounted ticket can be purchased against one Student ID.
  3. Each ticket holder must present a valid Student ID when collecting tickets from venue. 
  4. Student ID must be presented at entry point into the auditorium on the day of the show.
  5. Limited seats available

Season Discount for SOI Spring 2019 Season

For the SOI Spring 2019 season of the Symphony Orchestra of India, we are offering patrons who purchase tickets for each of the three concerts (4 th February, 9 th OR 10 th February, 16 th February) a 10% discount on their purchase. For terms and conditions, see below:

Terms and conditions:

  1. The tickets purchased must be within the same price category for each of the three days.
  2. Tickets must be purchased for 4th February, 9th OR 10th February and 16th February.
  3. The discount is only applicable on purchase of the same number tickets per concert. For example: If a customer is purchasing 2 tickets for two concerts and 4 tickets for the third concert, the discount will be applicable on the 2 tickets per concert, not the additional 2 for the third concert.
  4. Taxes as applicable


  • 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, a 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 a 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.