Macao Orchestra presents Comedy Concert for families – Tickets are now on Sale!


The Macao Orchestra, under the auspices of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, will present Journey into the World of Music – The Lost Elephant, a Comedy Concert at the Macao Cultural Centre Grand Auditorium on Sunday 6 December 2015 at 3:00pm. Combining mime, fairytales and classical music, American artist Dan Kamin promises the audience an entertaining and thrilling performance. The concert is suitable for those aged 3 or above, and tickets are now available at the Macau Ticketing Network. Dan Kamin is actively engaged with film and theatre and created the physical comedy sequences for Chaplin and Benny and Joon, whilst his enthusiasm for classical music allows him to appear on stage in concert halls all over the world. In his first visit to Macao, he will present the Comedy Concerto which he composed himself. Dan has performed this show and toured with many symphonies in Singapore, Shanghai, Malaysia, Philadelphia, etc. Beautiful classical music combined with the eye-popping performance of Dan Kamin will give audiences an extraordinary classical music listening experience. Journey into the World of Music – The Lost Elephant, a Comedy Concert was originally scheduled for 2:30pm on 6 December 2015 but has now been changed to 3:00pm on the same day. Tickets are priced at MOP150, and a family discount packages is available by purchasing tickets personally at the Macau Ticketing Network or via the Internet. The Macao Ticketing mobile application and the self-service ticket purchasing machines do not yet support the purchasing of discount packages. Booking Hotline: (853) 2855 5555.For details and programme enquiries, please visit the Macao Orchestra website: www.icm.gov.mo/om.



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