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Some of the greatest pieces by one of the most admired composers of all time. You cannot get through 2022 without experiencing Beethoven's most masterful pieces.
Beethoven's Symphony No.7 premiered in 1813, at a concert for soldiers who had fought Napolean's forces. It was an instant hit, and remains so today with its boisterous and enthralling melodies.
Beethoven's epic final symphony features a huge orchestration, an enormous choir producing a wall of sound, and the famous Ode to Joy in what is often described as the 'symphony to end all symphonies'
Pianist Jonathan Biss performs Beethoven's lush and cascading Piano Concerto No.5, with the concert ending with Beethoven's dramatic Symphony No.5 – the most famous 'da da da duumm' in history!
Experience Beethoven’s Violin Concerto in a new light, as directed and performed by James Ehnes. Ehnes is regarded for his stunning virtuosity and unfaltering musicality.