Three of the greatest pieces of classical music ever played, the perfect introduction to classical music, join the Philharmonic for a wonderful evening with the Maestro Elias Grandy.
The concert includes one of the great musical expressions of tragedy from the Romantic age “Brahms’ Tragic Overture” and Brahms' Symphony No. 1. You will listen to Queen Marie Antoinette’s favourite Symphony “Symphony No 85 known as La Reine (The Queen)” by Haydn.
The show is two hours including break.
Please note that attendees will be only admitted if they are fully vaccinated.
Tickets must be purchased online. There are no refunds or exchanges. Under 6’s will not be admitted into the venue. All attendees must wear a face mask at all times, maintain a social distance of 1.5 meters, present a green Ehteraz status, and have a temperature reading of less than or equal to 37.8 degrees Celsius to be admitted into the venue. Audience members will be guided to their seats by a QPO representative. Allocated seats by organisers must not be changed for health and safety reasons. Anyone not complying with the Ministry of Public Health’s Covid-19 guidelines will be ejected from the venue. Doors close promptly at concert commencement. Out of respect for the musicians and fellow audience members please silence your mobile phones and refrain from flash photography. Seating begins 30 minutes before performances. Latecomers cannot be seated during the concert. If an audience member leaves the venue during the concert, they will be reseated at the closest available seat to the exit upon re-entry. The Philharmonic retains the right to expel anyone disturbing other concertgoers. Food and beverages cannot be consumed in the venue (water only). The Philharmonic accepts no personal liability of any sort. Programmes and artists are subject to change. To avail mentioned discounts, individuals will have to show their student, staff or disability cards/tags.
Green Etheraz status must be shown before admission and a face mask must be worn for the duration of the concert.
Audience members must present their tickets for inspection before being allowed entry into the venue.