Pera Classics: Wind of the Classical Period
Alphecca Ensemble

Concert

April 6, 2024 / 20:00

Pera Classics brings Alphecca Ensemble together with classical music lovers in April. The event, themed "Wind of the Classical Period", accompanies the spring breezes and the wind quintet will perform Mozart, Haydn, Danzi and Beethoven.

The concert will take place on the same floor where the Orientalist Painting Collection Intersecting Worlds: Ambassadors and Painters is exhibited, offering listeners a spellbinding musical journey into history. 

Priced at 260 TL, the tickets are available at Biletix.com or may be purchased from the reception desk of the Pera Museum on the day of the event. Friends of Pera Museum may enjoy a 50% discount. Seats are limited and unnumbered. The concert is without intermission and lasts approximately 1 hour. The event is suitable for ages 7 and above. Children aged 7 to 12 are welcome to attend the concert when accompanied by an adult.

Alphecca Ensemble
Elif Kay Ergen (Flute)
Salih Necdet Coşkun (Oboe)
Orkun Uyar (Clarinet)
Melisa Büyükyörük (Bassoon)
Kübra Çadırcıoğlu Uyar (French Horn)

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