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Beethoven transformed orchestral music and his spectacular Symphony No.9 represents the pinnacle of his achievements. One of the best-known works in the western classical repertoire, the Choral Symphony provides the climax to a concert of Beethoven works on Saturday, 16 March at 7.30pm at the Royal Festival Hall.
Under the baton of Oliver Gooch and accompanied by the Royal Philharmonia Orchestra, the concert opens in gloriously melodic fashion with Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture (Fingal’s Cave).
This will followed by Bruch’s iconic Concerto No 1 in G Minor performed by acclaimed violinist Mari Samuelson alongside the orchestra. This much loved piece will amply display the acclaimed talents of Mari, who has gone on to perform in many of the leading Concert halls of the world.
The concert culminates with Beethoven’s revolutionary Ninth Symphony, performed by soloists including Sophie Bevan and Susan Bickley with the Royal Choral Society. Four varied and emotional movements conclude with the resounding Ode to Joy, an exhilarating finale for both an inspiring classical work and an evening of exceptional music by the world’s most prolific composer.
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