Danish national orchestra promises a magical night

The orchestra from the land of fairy tales, the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, will come to Shanghai in March.

Founded under the motto “the best, and only the best” in 1925, today, the DNSO is one of the leading orchestras in Europe with visits by the world’s leading conductors and soloists.

The orchestra from the land of fairy tales, the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, will come to Shanghai in March.

Founded under the motto “the best, and only the best” in 1925, today, the DNSO is one of the leading orchestras in Europe with visits by the world’s leading conductors and soloists. 

Each year more than 100,000 music lovers experience the magic of classical music with the DNSO, which has been touring in cities across the Americas, Asia and Europe. It has also performed at world-renowned music halls like the Carnegie Hall in America, the Berliner Philharmoniker in Germany, the Royal Albert Hall in Britain and the Royal Concertgebouw in the Netherlands.

On their stop in Shanghai, the orchestra will present a classic quadrilogy: “The Flying Dutchman,” “The Rite of Mountains,” “Nielson: Symphony No. 5,” and “Don Juan.”

Fabio Luisi, the new Italian conductor of the orchestra, says musicians in the DNSO are “open-mined and easy to motivate,” and that they can together ensure “a very high standard.”

Chinese percussion soloist Li Biao will also present his unique illustration of “The Rite of Mountains” in the upcoming performance which promises to be magical.


Date: March 17, 7:30pm

Tickets: 80-1,080 yuan

Venue: Shanghai Grand Theater

Address: 286 Huangpi Rd N.

黄陂北路286号

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