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    Wiener Philharmoniker

    Andris Nelsons  direction
    A Season with Beethoven – #LvB250 

    A Beethoven masterclass from the Vienna Philharmonic and Andris Nelsons: the lively Eighth and the monumental Ninth

    Andris Nelsons
    Andris Nelsons © Marco Borggreve

    Beethoven Complete Symphonies
    Symphony No. 8 Op. 93
    Symphony No. 9 Op. 125

    Approximate running time
    1st part: 30mn - Intermission: 20mn - 2nd part: 1h15

    Annette Dasch soprano
    Gerhild Romberger alto
    Klaus Florian Vogt tenor
    Günther Groissböck bass 
    Chœur de Radio France direction Andreas Herrmann

    The Vienna Philharmonic is a name to conjure with, embodying both tradition and a very exacting approach to performance. It is the very best possible ambassador for Beethoven and one of his most ambitious and monumental cycles. Andris Nelsons breathes new life into this classic repertoire. His unique traits are his physicality, eye for detail, transparency, and an ability to get the very best sound from each section of the orchestra. He is certainly worthy of the challenge set by Beethoven. Over four consecutive evenings, audiences can grasp the full richness of his writing for orchestra and the variety of forms in this unique corpus. An affirming experience and a musical masterclass.

     Friday 28 February 2020 - 5.30pm
    « L’Orchestre Philharmonique de Vienne & Beethoven, between tradition and evolution »
    Meeting with Dr. Friedemann Pestel (historian University of Fribourg), Dr. Silvia Kargl (archivist) and Christian Merlin (journalist and author of a biography "Le Philharmonique de Vienne").
    Free entrance - Regsiter online

    Production Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
    France Musique broadcasts this concert