The Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich and Paavo Järvi are looking forward to their first season at the refurbished Tonhalle Zürich and performing in the Grosse Tonhalle – its crowning glory.
On 15 September, the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich and Paavo Järvi will play again for the first time in the Tonhalle Zürich. On the programme is Mahler’s Third Symphony – which was composed in the period around 1895, the year in which the Tonhalle Zürich was inaugurated. ‘Our return home is a unique experience that should be celebrated’ said Paavo.
In his third season as Music Director, Paavo Järvi will also be launching a Bruckner Cycle with the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich and begin recording the composer’s symphonies as well as works by John Adams. The orchestra’s live concerts will be complemented by streamed performances. ‘Especially in times such as these, hybrid solutions will enable us to carry the ensemble’s name out into the world and to demonstrate what an incredible orchestra the City of Zurich has’, says Paavo.