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Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra Performance 'Manetty Concert 3' finally returned after tired of COVID-19
Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra Performance 'Manetty Concert 3' finally returned after tired of COVID-19
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The doors of the Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra's concert hall, which had been closed for a long time, will reopen.

The Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra will hold "Martine Concert 3" at 11 a.m. on June 5 in the small yard of Daejeon City Yeonjeong Gugak Center.

After the Masters Series 1 "Charatustra Said This" held at the Art Hall of the Daejeon Arts Center on February 4, the audience seats, which had been tightly locked by Corona 19, are partially opened.

This year's Martine Concert is a new series by the Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra, which is designed to target housewives and seniors in the morning hours to help them understand classical music and provide healing time.


Announcer Jin Yang-Hye
Announcer Jin Yang-Hye

Announcer Jin Yang-Hye will host the Martine Concert 3 to help the audience understand the performance and have a conversation with the performers to get closer to the audience.

Music from the Baroque period will be played at this concert.

Baroque and soprano Seok Hyun-soo, who plays many leading opera roles in Europe, Spain, and other countries, and is active as an oratorio professional performer, will perform Handel's opera and oratorio together.

Baroque and soprano Seok Hyun-soo


Besides, Frescobaldi's "Tokata," which will be played by the Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra's Geumgwan Quintet team, and Bach's "There's a Sound Called Open," are arranged into Geumgwan Quintet, which is expected to be a golden opportunity to meet the original songs with new tones and new feelings.

The performance will only be open to a small number of seats with the distance between the seats, and entry will only be possible by checking the heat, filling out questionnaires, and wearing a mask.

As only a small number of seats are open, Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra will be broadcast live online through the Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra channel on YouTube so that many people can enjoy the performance.



Many performers and music fans are looking forward to the revival of the performing world, which had shrunk due to the Corona 19.

For more information on the concert, please refer to the Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra's website or contact us by phone.


Tel : 042-270-8382~8