Beethoven 250 – Beethoven Symphony No.7 with the BBC Philharmonic

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Saturday 15th February 2020

The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Tickets £12.50 to £40.50

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Beethoven - Cantata for the death of Emperor Joseph II
Beethoven - Leonore Prohaska: Trauermarsch
Beethoven - Symphony No.7 in A major

Conductor
Mark Wigglesworth

Featuring:
Miah Persson, soprano
Kitty Whately, mezzo-soprano
Anthony Gregory, tenor
Brindley Sherratt, bass

Choir:
Manchester Chamber Choir

Beethoven’s life was dogged by ill health and romantic failure, and his Seventh Symphony was written while he was suffering through both. Not that you’d guess as much from the music, made to sound effortless by an artist at the peak of his powers. Beethoven knew it, too – he rated it one of his finest works. As counterweights to its life and energy, two works marking lost lives: a cantata written when Beethoven was just 19, and a funeral march inspired by a female soldier who, disguised as a man, joined the Prussian army and was killed fighting the forces of Napoleon.

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This event is managed by the BBC Philharmonic. For more information, please visit this booking link, call The Bridgewater Hall box office on 0161 907 9000 or visit The Bridgewater Hall box office in person.