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[Coverage] Maximus Musicus Visits The Orchestra @ Dewan Filharmonik PETRONAS


[Coverage] Maximus Musicus Visits The Orchestra @ Dewan Filharmonik PETRONAS


Kuala Lumpur, June 2018 – It was a fun family day at Dewan Filharmonik PETRONAS last weekend with the concert of “Maximus Musicus Visits The Orchestra”. (Check out my previous article on this show http://www.wljack.com/2018/05/upcoming-event-maximus-musicus-visits.html)

A Fun-filled Orchestra for Families With Children!
This was a really fun and entertaining concert especially for those audiences who came with their kids. This show featured Korean-American conductor, Gene Chang who is well known for his passionate approach to music and Yasmin Yusuff (Miss Malaysia 1978) as the narrator that lead the audiences along the journey with Maximus Musicus.

A joyful ride with familiar classics!
The show features many classic pieces that are popular through centuries, well-loved and no strangers to us like Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio, Ravel’s Bolero, Ludwig Van Beethoven’s Symphony No.5, Stravinsky’s The Firebird: Infernal Dance, Rossini’s William Tell: Finale, Grieg’s ‘Peer Gynt’ Suite No.1, Op.46: 1. Morning Mood, Strauss’s Radetzky March and Olafsdottir’s Maxi’s Song.



All these musical masterpieces were introduced as we progress along the story with Maximus Musicus. To make the story more intriguing, the orchestra also produced sound effects as Maxi explored different instruments. All of these created a comical atmosphere which has brought a lot of laughter to the younger audiences. In addition to that, Yasmin Yusuff’s narration was also very remarkable. She was able to deliver the story very interestingly and manage to captivate the audiences.



Of course, the adventure was more joyful and exciting with the enthusiasm shown by Gene Chang. He was thoughtful and energetic. We really enjoyed the moment when he involved the audiences in clapping along to Strauss’s Radetzky March.



Overall, it was really a jolly time at “Maximus Musicus Visits The Orchestra” and I am sure it has made a lot of the children audiences to fall in love with music!



Anyway, we hope all of you can check out MPO Website (http://mpo.com.my/) for more upcoming musical greatness here. Here, you can find Music That Moves You!

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