The Bucharest Philharmonic Orchestra are Coming to Kuwait

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George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra

Founded in 1868, the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra of Bucharest is one of the oldest musical institutions in Eastern Europe and they’ll be coming to Kuwait at the end of the month to perform at JACC.

The George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra will be performing over three nights in Kuwait, from March 29th to March 31st. Because going to an orchestra isn’t a common thing in Kuwait yet, JACC were able to convince the orchestra to create a tailored program that would connect more with a local audience. The first night will feature their standard program, but the last two nights will have a slightly different one.

Amani Al-Hajji, the popular Kuwaiti opera singer will be collaborating with the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra and performing two songs on the second and third nights. In addition to collaborating with Amani, the Philharmonic orchestra will also be performing 15 minutes of Kuwaiti songs on the last two nights.

To make the event even more accessible to the general public, JACC have also made the ticket prices affordable with prices starting from KD15 and going up to KD55 for the platinum seats.

So if like me you’ve never watched a live orchestra performance before, this would be a great opportunity. For more info and tickets, you can check out the JACC website [Here]

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5 comments, add your own...

  1. A says:

    They should perform Andalusian classical music like the song ‘lamma bada yatathanna’:

  2. Magdalena says:

    Hi, Mark!

    I need to get in touch with you over the phone as I have failed submitting two events requests so far. My number is +96597242577. We have an event coming up on Wednesday and wanted to check with you if you could post it on your website. Aside from this I would like to invite you to our coffee bar in Salmiya, Argan Square in a suitable for you time.
    Looking forward to hearing from you!

  3. Yazi says:

    Wow. Finally something for classical music lovers!

    Does the opera house have parking underground?

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