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CBSO The Birmingham Beethoven Cycle: Symphonies 1 & 2: Andris Nelsons, City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO), Baiba Skride
Beethoven: Symphony No 1
Symphony No 2
The symphonies of Ludwig van Beethoven are the greatest journey any conductor and orchestra can take together. All of human experience is contained in these nine life-changing masterpieces. Here, Andris Nelsons and the CBSO begin that journey with the joyous First and Second Symphonies: the sound of a bold young genius stretching his wings, and ruffling a few feathers. Birmingham favourite Baiba Skride is the soloist in the glowing serenity of Beethoven’s ravishing Violin Concerto.
The 20 September concert is followed by a Members’ Afternoon Tea with Andris Nelsons as guest speaker. For further information contact Claire Watts on 0121 616 6514.
Wed 19, 6.15pm & Thu 20, 1pm Pre-concert talk: Beethoven and the Past – Writer, composer, and scholar Barry Cooper introduces the first concert in the Beethoven cycle.
Founded in 1920, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra has always had an illustrious career. In fact, the first concert was conducted by Sir Edward Elgar. The orchestra has grown into a 90-piece ensemble with a worldwide reputation.
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Venue: Symphony Hall
Enquiries: 0121 345 0600
Bookings: 0121 345 0602
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