This is a great opportunity to hear the star cellist Andreas Brantelid, one of Scandinavia’s most coveted artists. He regularly performs as a soloist and chamber musician at international festivals, and has won worldwide critical acclaim.
In this recital, Brantelid performs Bach’s Solo Suite No. 3 and the Hungarian composer Zoltán Kodály’s amazing sonata for solo cello, one of the most acclaimed works composed for solo cello since Bach’s solo suites. It is a brilliant, virtuoso sonata, featuring everything from left-handed pizzicato and double grips to lightning-fast passages. But it was also inspired by Hungarian songs and folk music, which Kodály heard and collected on his countless travels throughout Hungary.
Andreas Brantelid – cello
Adults: DKK 170
Under 27/Students: DKK 130
Season ticket holders: DKK 130
Under 18: DKK 100
The ticket includes admission to the museum throughout the day. Take the opportunity to explore the Glyptotek either before or after the concert. You can also enjoy a lunch in Picnic. Remember to book a table here.
The ticket gives you admission to the entire Glyptotek on the day.
Tickets are non-refundable, but may be passed on.
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