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Founded in 1868, the Tonhalle Orchestra is the oldest symphony orchestra in Switzerland and its home, the neue Tonhalle, is regarded as one of the finest concert halls in the world.

Under the direction of its chief conductor, David Zinman, the Tonhalle Orchestra has become one of Europe’s leading ensembles. Conductors such as Ton Koopman, Kurt Masur, Jonathan Nott, Frans Bruggen, Charles Dutoit, Vladimir Jurowski and Andris Nelsons as well as outstanding soloists such as Julia Fischer, Murray Perahia, Maria Joao Pires, and Christian Tetzlaff will be performing with the Tonhalle Orchestra in the 2011/2012 season. Elite travelers can take advantage of exclusive backstage tours, including all areas of the neue Tonhalle, introductions and pre-concert talks, a special percussion workshop with the musicians of the orchestra and VIP treatment in the Maestro-Lounge. In addition, VIP guests will get to meet and greet with director Elmar Weingarten and conductor David Zinman.

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Tonhalle Zürich, Claridenstrasse 7, 8002