Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts tickets 6 March 2024 - Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Lahav Shani and Daniil Trifonov | GoComGo.com

Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Lahav Shani and Daniil Trifonov

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Orlando, USA
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Important Info
Type: Classical Concert
City: Orlando, USA
Starts at: 19:30
Duration: 2h 3min
Cast
Performers
Creators
Composer: Arvo Pärt
Composer: Sergei Prokofiev
Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Programme
Arvo Pärt: Swansong
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto no. 9 in E flat major, "Jeunehomme", K271
Sergei Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet: excerpts
Overview

Celebrated as one of Europe's finest orchestras, the Rotterdam Philharmonic is led by Lahav Shani, the youngest Chief Conductor in the orchestra's 100-year history.

The Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, founded in 1918, has claimed its place among Europe, and the world's, most exciting orchestras. The Orchestra has distinguished itself with its intensely energetic concerts sure to create an unforgettable performance in Steinmetz Hall. In recent years, the Orchestra has been led by three of the worlds most respected conductors, Valery Gergiev, Yannick Nezet Seguin, and its current dynamic principal conductor Lahav Shani.

Grammy award winning pianist Daniil Trifonov joins the Orchestra in a performance of Mozart’s piano concerto No. 9. Acclaimed by the Times of London as “without question, the most astounding pianist of our age" and by the Global Mail as “arguably today's leading classical virtuoso.”

Venue Info

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts - Orlando
Location   445 S Magnolia Avenue

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts (commonly known as Dr. Phillips Center) is a performing arts center in Downtown Orlando, Florida, United States. It joined the Bob Carr Theater, which originally opened as the Orlando Municipal Auditorium in 1927, to become Orlando's main performance venue. The center's grand opening was held on November 6, 2014.

The venue was approved along with a new Amway Center (which replaced the Amway Arena) and improvements to the Camping World Stadium after a series of hearings and votes, culminating in final votes in the Orange County Board of County Commissioners on July 26, 2007, and the Orlando City Council on August 6, 2007.

The design for the new venue was revealed on August 21, 2008. The venue features a 2,700-seat amplified hall, Walt Disney Theater, for Broadway musicals and multi-genre concerts as well as a 300-seat venue, Alexis & Pugh Theater, for smaller shows and events. The third theater, Steinmetz Hall, a 1,700-seat multiform theater achieves an N1 sound rating–the highest possible acoustical rating. The acoustically remarkable Steinmetz Hall can transform into three different theater styles (symphony concert hall, proscenium hall, and banquet hall) to accommodate multiple events and performances. Construction for Steinmetz Hall began on March 6, 2017 and officially opened on January 14, 2022. The final performance space to complete the arts center is Judson's, a dynamic music room with cabaret-style seating to host intimate events and live entertainment. Judson's is slated to open in 2023.

The center occupies two city blocks. Some of the existing structures demolished to clear room for the center include Orlando Fire Department Station #1 (which moved to Central Blvd.); an annex building of First United Methodist Church of Orlando; and the round American Federal Building, constructed in the 1960s. The center is bordered by Orange Ave. to the west, South St. to the north, Rosalind Ave. to the east, and Anderson St. to the south. Magnolia Ave. bisects the property.

The first Broadway production to play the Walt Disney Theater was Cameron Mackintosh's new, non-replica production of The Phantom of the Opera.

Important Info
Type: Classical Concert
City: Orlando, USA
Starts at: 19:30
Duration: 2h 3min
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