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Beethoven Symphony No. 9 DCR Hatch Memorial Shell
47 David G Mugar Way Boston, MA 02108

August 2, 2017
Start Time: 7:00 PM

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The drama of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony—a journey from darkness to light—is one of the glories of Western art. Beethoven believed in music’s power to redeem a suffering humanity, to bring us closer to heaven in this life. His music to Goethe’s play, Egmont, came at the apex of his “Heroic Period.” The story honors the sacrifice of a nobleman condemned to death for resisting tyranny. The sublime Romance in F for solo violin and orchestra is among Beethoven’s most sweetly lyrical instrumental works. Rain date: August 3 at Hatch Shell or Kresge Auditorium at MIT.

Boston Landmarks Orchestra | Christopher Wilkins, conductor
Adrian Anantawan, violin
Michelle Johnson, soprano
Emily Marvosh, contralto
William Hite, tenor
Ron Williams, baritone
One City Choir
Back Bay Chorale, Scott Allen Jarrett, Music Director

Ludwig van Beethoven Egmont Overture
Beethoven
 Violin Romance in F
Beethoven
 Symphony No. 9

 

Beethoven Symphony No. 9