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Beethoven and Schubert

Closed November 10, 2018

Pieces by the legendary composers, Beethoven and Schubert.

Why See Beethoven and Schubert?

An Evening With Masters of Music

Ivan Fischer, director of a number of successful opera productions, proudly conducts the New York Philharmonic at the David Geffen Hall in an event which will enlighten the audience with three classically sublime pieces by the great Beethoven and legendary Schubert.

Program

Schubert: Symphony No. 5
A youthful piece of light instrumentation

Schubert/Orch. Reinecke: The Shepherd on the Rock
featuring soprano Miah Persson, who is taking on the role of a young alpine shepherd. The original was a request by Schubert's friend, who asked for a showpiece that would allow her to express a wide range of feelings.

Beethoven: Symphony No. 4
A sunny and cheerful light instrumentation which recalls symphonies of Joseph Haydn, whom Beethoven had studied a decade before. It was described by Berlioz as 'an angel singing at the gates of paradise'.

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Opening night: 7 November 2018

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