BEETHOVEN250 FESTIVAL I

A concert from 1814‎

  • ‎24, 25 and 26 January 2020‎
  • ‎€12 / €34 / €44 / €59‎
  • Hall 1 Pau Casals
  • Symphonic Season 19-20
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Performers

Barcelona Symphony and National Orchestra of Catalonia (OBC)
Jan Willem de Vriend, conductor
Mercedes Gancedo, soprano
Marc Sala, tenor
Riccardo Certi, bass

The OBC joins the events commemorating the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth, ‎offering five programmes with fifteen works by the Bonn composer.‎

PREVIOUSLY TALK

PREVIOUSLY TALK

Saturday 25th January 2020 at 6 pm

CLUB DEL PETIT CONCERT

CLUB DEL PETIT CONCERT

If you have children and you like music, this is your chance! (For children 4 to 11 years).

FESTIVAL BEETHOVEN250

FESTIVAL BEETHOVEN250

© Fèlix Serrano

Program

The first programme, under the baton of the great expert in music from the Classical period ‎and principal guest conductor of the OBC, Jan Willem de Vriend, is a recreation of the concert ‎performed by Beethoven himself at the Imperial Palace of Vienna on 27 February 1814: the ‎premiere of the fresh and light-hearted Eighth Symphony and the performance of three ‎portfolio works. Firstly, the Seventh Symphony (which premiered with great success two ‎months earlier), followed by a vocal trio composed at the time he was receiving classes from ‎the legendary Antonio Salieri and, finally, the spectacular Victory Symphony - including ‎cannon shots and bell peals - which overshadowed the performance of the rest of the ‎programme.‎

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