1 & 2 March 2019, Alexandra Palace Theatre
The stunningly restored theatre at Alexandra Palace was the backdrop to this all-Beethoven event, where we took a look at his mysterious “immortal beloved” letter and how the nameless recipient may have had an impact on his writing of the 8th Symphony, as well as revelling in the boisterous charm of Wellington’s Victory and the overture to his setting of Goethe’s Egmont.
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We bring one of the most famous pieces of music ever written – Beethoven’s monumental 9th Symphony – to the Royal Horticultural Halls this December. This is a great place to start if you’re new to the world of classical music.
Next year, we explore this legendary composer’s life and music from start to finish, across eleven events throughout London. It’s the biggest project we’ve ever embarked on, and we can’t wait for you to experience it.