Gautier Capucon Rose Theater at Lincoln Center New York Tickets


Rose Theater at Lincoln Center will be where you can see Gautier Capucon. ConcertFix gives you plenty of available tickets that start at just $157.00 for the MEZZANINE section and range up to the most expensive at $251.00 for the BALCONY section. The final concert will be happening on April 9, 2022 and is the last remaining Gautier Capucon event scheduled at Rose Theater at Lincoln Center for the moment. We only have 9 tickets left in stock, so get them as soon as you can before they are history. Purchased tickets come with a 100% moneyback guarantee so you know your order is safe. Give us a shout at 855-428-3860 if you have any questions about this exciting event in New York on April 7.

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At what exact time does the Gautier Capucon event in New York start?

The show is presently planned to kick off at 7:30 PM on April 7. Gautier Capucon has been known for beginning up to a half hour later than the expected event time but it might be smart making it there at approximately 7:00 PM to make sure you don't miss a second of the event

What can I look forward to hear at the Gautier Capucon event in New York?

"Schubert: Cello Sonata in A Minor, D. 821, "Arpeggione": I. Allegro Moderato" is always a fan favorite and will most likely be played at the Gautier Capucon New York concert. Secondly, the crowd could see Gautier Capucon perform "Britten: Cello Sonata in C, Op. 65: V. Moto perpetuo," which is also quite saught-after.