Why See New York Philharmonic - Beethoven and Mozart?
175 years of excellence
What better way to celebrate the 175th anniversary of this venerated company than a spectacular recital of the work of these two titans of classical music. Mirroring the first ever concert staged by the institution in 1842, Beethoven's magnificent Fifth Symphony will open proceedings led by conductor Alan Gilbert.
From the famous opening bars Beethoven's Fifth pitches you headfirst into a soundscape of tragedy and joy, a clear night alive with violent flashes of lightning, bristling with enchantment. Alongside, Mozart's magical Sinfonia Concertante presents a serene comparison, creating an unforgettable program for this auspicious anniversary.
Opening night: 6 December 2017
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