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26 February 2017
Sunday · 7.30 PM

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Musikverein Wien
Musikvereinsplatz 1, 1010 Wien

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05 March 2017
Sunday · 3.30 PM

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18 March 2017
Saturday · 7.30 PM

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Jordan / Beethoven

Philippe Jordan (c) Johannes Ifkovits

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25 February 2017
Saturday · 7.30 PM

Musikverein Wien, Great Hall

The "Beethoven myth" would be unthinkable without the nine symphonies: and that's nowhere more true than in Vienna, where "all nine" were premiered and have remained firmly established in the repertoire ever since. The Wiener Symphoniker last performed the whole cycle in 1998-99 under the direction of their then Music Director Vladimir Fedoseyev. It's now time to return to this great challenge in partnership with today's Music Director, Philippe Jordan, in the Wiener Musikverein. The starting shot will be fired with the Symphony No. 1, which right from the outset makes Beethoven's call for revolutionary renewal clear. The wild dance of the "Eroica", the Symphony No. 3, originally dedicated to Napoleon, follows. This was recently named the most important symphony in the history of music by leading conductors in a survey by BBC Music Magazine.

PERFORMERS

Philippe Jordan conductor   Details
Wiener Symphoniker  

Programme

Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 1 in C major op. 21   Details
INTERVAL  
Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major op. 55 "Eroica"   Details