Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet at SFSU


Mozart (1756–1791): Fantasy for mechanical organ, K. 608 (1791), arranged for wind quintet by Michael Hasel Aho (1949–): Windquintet (2006) Intermission Milhaud (1892–1974): La cheminée du roi René (1939) Nielsen (1865–1931): Quintet in A major, Op. 43 (1922)

Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet

The Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet continues to astonish audiences worldwide with its range of expression, tonal spectrum and conceptual unity. Indeed many listeners and critics agree that the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet has succeeded in virtually redefining the sound of the classic wind quintet. Its repertoire covers not only the entire spectrum of the wind quintet literature but also includes works for enlarged ensemble, including the sextets of Janáček and Reinecke, and the septets of Hindemith and Koechlin.

Manchester Evening News writes: “Arguably the best ensemble of its kind in the world.” The Washington Post writes: “It is rare to hear man perfectly integrated with music—when the two are so inextricably linked, so aware yet selfless, that distinctions between them are rendered meaningless. Such communion was achieved by the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet. It was a concert not to be forgotten.”

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  • Michael

    I have 2 tickets that I will not use tonight. I can email you the tickets (as an attachment) to print at home, for whoever wants them.

    February 28

  • Sam G.

    Why is "Join the waitlist" the only option? How much do tickets cost? Could you add a link to the SFSU performing arts website?

    February 25

    • Alexander L.

      There are no more tickets available for this performance. I only have two, maybe three tickets to share with the group.

      February 25

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