Oktoberfest

Friday, Sep 29, 7:30pm
Duration - 13698.4 hours, till 1:56pm

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DENVER PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Friday, September 29 
OKTOBERFEST

Bier & Bach & Brahms.
Transport yourself to Munich for Oktoberfest on September 29 as our 70th Season premiere kicks off with a pre-concert Bavarian street festival! We welcome oboist Hideki Machida from the Bavarian Philharmonic, our transatlantic sister orchestra, to perform Johann Sebastian Bach’s spirited Concerto for Violin & Oboe with our own concertmaster, violinist Katherine Thayer. Joining us for Franz Schubert’s Magnificat are the Colorado Repertory Singers and solo vocalists Emily Morris, Jennifer DeDominici, Kevin Gwinn and Nicholas Navarre. The night concludes with Johannes Brahms’ emotional Symphony No. 2.

Lawrence Golan, conductor
Katherine Thayer, violin
Hideki Machida, oboe
Colorado Repertory Singers; Dr. Kyle Fleming, director
Emily Morris, soprano; Jennifer DeDominici, mezzo-soprano; Kevin Gwinn, tenor; Nicholas Navarre, bass

Bach: Concerto for Violin & Oboe in C Minor (17 mins)
Schubert: Magnificat (10 mins)
Brahms: Symphony No. 2 (43 mins)

We host activities before, during and after each concert. More Than Music events are free to attend for all ticket holders. Visit our website to see what we have planned for this concert: www.denverphilharmonic.org

FAQs

What are my parking options getting to the event?

Parking information, including a map of area parking lots, can be found in the “PLAN YOUR EVENING” section of our website.  

How long will the concert last?

About two hours, including a 20 minute intermission.

What should I wear? When should I clap? And other questions about attending the concert.

Don’t worry, we got you covered. You’ll find answers to these and other concert etiquette questions on our website in the “PLAN YOUR EVENING” section. 

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

We scan tickets at the door. We strongly encourage bringing one of the following:

  • Your printed ticket(s) (remember it’s an attachment to the email confirmation you receive)
  • Your ticket(s) on your portable electronic device (cell phone, tablet, etc.)
  • Your ticket(s) barcode on the Eventbrite app (try it, it’s pretty nifty!)

If you forget your ticket, no problem! We can look you up by name.

Is my ticket transferrable?

If you are unable to attend this concert, we’re happy to exchange your tickets for a future 2017–2018 concert as long as it is not sold out. Just email us at info@denverphilharmonic.org, and we’ll email you the exchange tickets.