10 March-14 July 2006. The newly refurbished Concert Hall in the Tivoli Gardens is hosting a series of classical music concerts culminating in a Mozart Marathon 7-14 July. First up on 10 March is the Zealand Symphony Orchestra conducted by HK Gruber with soloist Johannes Ernst on saxophone and music by Kagel, Weill, Strauss, Cerha and Gruber. The orchestra is also performing music by Stenhammar, Schumann and Tchaikovskij on 17 March. Collegium Musicum presents two concerts on 12 March and 16 April. Other events include German Notes on 24 March, when Christoph Eberle conducts works by Humperdinck, Mendelssohn and Brahms. Throughout June, the Tivolis Symphony Orchestra performs daytime concerts with Martin and Ketil. Tivolis Koncertsal is the largest concert hall in Copenhagen and following its renovation it now also houses Europes longest salt-water aquarium complete with sharks. Admission to the concerts Dkk30-Dkk310. Evening concerts usually at 20.00.
Address The Tivoli Concert Hall is in the Tivoli Gardens at 3 Vesterbrogade Copenhagen 1603. Tivoli is in the heart of Copenhagen across the road from the Central Station. Tel. +45 33151012.
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Classical concerts at Tivolis Koncertsal.
The Tivoli Concert Hall is in the Tivoli Gardens at 3 Vesterbrogade Copenhagen 1603. Tivoli is in the heart of Copenhagen across the road from the Central Station. Tel. +45 33151012.
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