The Paris Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in Paris in 1725. For nearly three hundred years, the Paris Philharmonic Orchestra has been touring Europe and the world as a loud business card for the city. In the long river of history, the orchestra has made outstanding contributions to the development of classical music.
The orchestra has a long history of talents, replacing 40 heads, 33 conductors, and 50 chief violinists. The famous French cellist Pierre Folney, harp player Lili Lascena and Fanschandini, and flute player Lorien Gushan are soloists of the orchestra.
In an average of more than 300 performances each year, the orchestra has trained young musicians. At the same time, the audience witnessed the development and growth of the orchestra.
While the orchestra toured around the world, it held the International Cello Music Festival every summer. Cellists from around the world hold special concerts and master classes during the festival.
On January 2, 2020, the Philharmonic Orchestra came to Guangzhou Xinghai Concert Hall with a Western European-style New Year concert. With a history of 300 years, the audience can experience a feast of Western European New Year art spanning three centuries.
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