Troy Chromatic Concerts Welcomes Munich Orchestra and More [Berkshire on Stage]

The Munich Symphony Orchestra
The Munich Symphony Orchestra

Troy Chromatic Concerts kicks off its 119th season with the Munich Symphony Orchestra, with conductor Philippe Entremont, and guitar soloist Pepe Romero and his quartet, the Romeros. This performance will take place at the historic Troy Savings Bank Music Hall on Wednesday (November 4) at 7:30pm. Tickets are $45 & $55. There will be a pre-concert talk, starting at 6:30pm, in the Music Hall. Ticket holders are encouraged to come early to learn about the performance.

Founded in 1945, the Munich Symphony Orchestra is one of the most distinguished ensembles of the Bavarian capital. Its numerous tours have been presented on leading concert stages across Europe, the U.S. and Asia. Philippe Entremont, the orchestra’s honorary conductor, has had a celebrated career both as a conductor and as one of the world’s major pianists. This will be Mr. Entremont’s third appearance for Chromatic Concerts. The Troy Chromatics also welcome back, for a second time, Pepe Romero & the Romeros, a veritable institution in the world of classical music, and widely regarded as the Royal Family of the Guitar.

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