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RSNO Beethoven Revolution: Symphony No7

7:30pm, Friday 21 February 2020

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Elim Chan                           Conductor
Noa Wildschut                   Violin

Jörg Widmann                   Con brio
Bruch                                  Violin Concerto No1
Beethoven                          Symphony No7

‘There are and have been many princes. But there is only one Beethoven.’ Ludwig van Beethoven was a visionary, a hero, an iconoclast and a superstar. But above all, he was a revolutionary – and when you hear his Seventh Symphony in full, headlong flight, you might feel like punching the air. Elim Chan kickstarts our ‘Beethoven Revolution’ series, while the astonishing young Dutch violinist Noa Wildschut takes the spotlight in Bruch’s lyrical Violin Concerto.

Running order

Door time: 18:30

Prices

Prices
£42 | £32.50 | £24.50 | £19 | £13
Concession and group discounts available

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