The 6th Busan Maru International Music Festival (BMIMF), supported by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Busan Metropolitan City and organized by the BMIMF Organizing Committee, will be held from September 3~11 at the Busan Cultural Center, Eulsukdo Cultural Center and Busan National Gugak Center. Since its inauguration in 2010, this annual classical music festival has regularly exceeded the expectations of its audiences.
The BMIMF will feature a variety of classical music, accompanied by performances and ensembles with a symphony orchestra. Nine domestic and oversea orchestras (including the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra) with participation from roughly 1,000 musical artists will play at this year’s festival.
Main Concert Series: September 4-11, 2015, at Busan Cultural Center, Eulsukdo Cultural Center, Busan National Gugak Center
Special Concert: September 3-5, 2015, at Haeundae Cultural Center
Ensemble Series: September 7-11, 2015, at Haeundae Cultural Center, Dongnae Cultural Center, Danurim Center in Sasang, Busan National Gugak Center
Prodigy, Rising Star, Busan Musician: August 27-28, 2015, at Geumjeong Cultural Center
Venue: Busan Cultural Center, Busan National Gugak Center, Geumjeong Cultural Center, Dongnae Cultural Center, Eulsukdo Cultural Center, Haeundae Cultural Center, Danurim Center in Sasang and schools in Busan
Hosted by: Busan Metropolitan City
Organized by: Busan Maru International Music Festival Organizing Committee
Tickets for main concert: R 30,000 won / S 20,000 won/ A 10,000 won
Ticket Website: www.ticketlink.co.kr or 1588-7890
For more info.: (051) 516-8293, 8294
Source: Busan City News
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