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Munich Symphony Orchestra is based in Munich and is originally a German Orchestra. The orchestra was founded by Kurt Graunke by the name “Graunke Symphony Orchestra” in the year 1945. The name was changed to its current one in 1990. It has been performing actively since then. Although primarily, the orchestra’s concerts are held at the Prinzregententheater and Herkulessaal as well as Munich Philharmonie, lately the orchestra’s performances have been taken to other places as well. This summer it is coming to Carnegie Hall. For this upcoming classical performance in your very own city, make sure you get to book the Munich Symphony Orchestra tickets in time.
Munich Symphony Orchestra’s logo is a golden angel of peace which sails over the banks of Bavarian capital’s banks of Isar. This beautiful city of Munich, where the orchestra is based has had the history of traditional music. The music is closely connected to the hearts of the locals and traditional music plays a vital role in their lives. Munich Symphony Orchestra is currently among the city’s four orchestras. The motto of the orchestra is “sound of the city” keeping in mind the importance of music. It is also among the profiled orchestras of the cities.
Munich Symphony Orchestra presents classical romantic tunes which have become a trademark of the company. The basic aim of the orchestra is to keep the traditional music alive while improvising and bringing new talent to the main scene. A number of young stars as well as renowned soloists have been a part of the group for a long time. Some are among the permanent members while others have made guest appearances. In short, the orchestra always has something new and something old to present to the increasing crowd. A number of great orchestra masters have had their start from here.
Munich Symphony Orchestra’s principal Conductor was Georg Schmohe till the spring of 2013. The honorary conductor has been Philippe Entremont. The first guest conductor is Ken-David Masur. Currently, Principal Conductor is Kevin John Edusei. Edusei has joined the orchestra recently and is going to perform for the first time in the season 2014-15. He is of German-Ghanaian origin and is native of Bielefeld. He found critical acclaim for the first time in 2008 by winning prize Athens’ Dimitri Mitropoulos Conducting Competition. Edusei has already performed with the orchestra twice as the guest conductor. He recently led a Spanish orchestra program.
Munich Symphony Orchestra has covered music for more than five hundred movies till date. These include ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ score by Howard Shore, ‘The Brave Ones’ score by Victor Young, ‘The Wind and the Lion’ score by Jerry Goldsmith and ‘Miklos Rozsa’ score for El Cid. Apart from this the orchestra has produced music for several television series. Many of these tracks have been of the famous television series “The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones” which aired in 1990s. The orchestra continues to record music for film industry and television as well.
Munich Symphony Orchestra has performed within the city for a long time; however, since 2005-06 season it has also launched its US tours. Now the orchestra annually travels to US to a number of cities. This time around it is coming to Carnegie Hall as well.
Carnegie Hall is New York City’s famous concert venue located in Midtown Manhattan. It was designed by William Burnet Tuthill and has been running since April of 1891. This historical venue has hosted a number of famous events and continues to do so. If you live nearby and love classical music, this show is a must for you. You can purchase Munich Symphony Orchestra tickets online now.