Tan Dun“Rock Symphony”New Year's Concert

EVENT EXPIRED

DATE: 28 December 2016 (Wednesday) 7:45pm
VENUE: The Venetian Theatre

One of the world’s most revered composers and conductors, Tan has won dozens of awards, including a Grammy and an Oscar for his score for the movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.” His new concert at The Venetian Macao will see the participation of the respected Macao Orchestra and four renowned musicians.

Note: Admissions will only be granted to persons aged 6 and above.

TICKET PRICING:

A Reserve: MOP/HKD 380
B Reserve: MOP/HKD 180

*General Ticket Limit: 8 tickets per person
* Ferry Package is available. Check Pricing in below offers.

 "Concert + Ferry" Package from MOP/HKD488

Add just MOP/HKD108 more for a package that includes round-trip ferry tickets.
*Not applicable for B Reserve

Package Inclusion:

  • SHOW - Ticket for one
  • FERRY - Round-trip Cotai Class tickets on Cotai Water Jet for one 

Package Pricing:

A Reserve + Ferry Ticket: MOP/HKD 488

GENERAL INFORMATION

Enquiry Tel:
Macao: +853 2882 8818
Hong Kong: +852 6333 6660
China: 4001 20 6618

Email:
enquiries@cotaiticketing.com

Note: All purchasers must adhere to this ticket limit. Orders exceeding the ticket limit may be cancelled without notice by Cotai Ticketing™ in its discretion. This includes duplicate orders having the same name, billing address or credit card.

Groundbreaking Composer Tan Dun to Lead Macao Orchestra, Hanggai and International Musicians at The Venetian® Macao.

One of the world’s most revered composers and conductors, Tan has won dozens of awards, including a Grammy and an Oscar for his score for the movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.” Tan wrote the award ceremony music for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and conducted the Shanghai Disneyland Opening Concert. He has made an indelible mark on the world's music scene with a creative repertoire that spans the boundaries of classical music, multimedia performance and Eastern and Western traditions.

His new concert at The Venetian Macao will see the participation of the respected Macao Orchestra and four renowned musicians including violinist Jue Yao from Hong Kong, cellist Zhu Lin from Shanghai, pianist Ralph van Raat from Holland and soprano Maria-Chiara Chizzoni from Italy. Completed by Mongolian folk-rock legends Hanggai – considered a Chinese representative of world music.

The programme will combine established classical pieces, Hanggai original compositions and Tan’s own works, some of which require audience participation through the use of mobile phones.