Follow the Philharmonie and the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg on Facebook; subscribe to our channels on Instagram and YouTube: there, you will find Christmas surprises during the coming weeks – for example Christmas karaoke with the OPL and winter fairy-tales recounted in Luxembourgish – as well as new musical formats which allow you to discover hidden corners of the Philharmonie, background information, activities for the whole family and much more!
You will already find a great breadth of fascinating and entertaining content on our platforms now: did you know, for example, how a bell is made? Or are you looking for a musical yoga course for adults and children? Or would you like to see how the OPL’s instruments are transported around the world during concert tours?
«This dazzling project has the distinctive stamp of Vincent Peirani on it.» (London Jazz News) Vincent Peirani accordion Émile Parisien soprano saxophone Tony Paeleman Fender Rhodes Julien Herné bass Yoann Serra drums
Ravel's Piano Concerto in G is a favourite with music lovers. Performed by French star pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard and the OPL under Kazuki Yamada, it promises to be entertaining and inspiring alike! «How Slow the Wind» by Japanese composer Tōru Takemitsu combines oriental music tradition with occidental influences. The concert ends with Debussy's «Petite suite», arranged for orchestra.
We have taken a number of measures to enable you to enjoy your visit to the Philharmonie safely and without concern. This, however, also means that the Ticket Office at the Philharmonie will remain closed to the public for the time being, and you can only contact them via email (email@example.com) or, from Monday to Friday from 10 am to 6:00 pm, by phone: (+352) 26 32 26 32.