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Closed December 16, 2019
Its familiarity is a sign not of its exhaustion, but of its endless potential for renewal. All we have to do is keep thinking, keep listening, and keep alive the possibility to be stunned by this symphony
What better way to celebrate the 250th birthday of one of the most influential composers of the Classical and Romantic eras than with one of his most influential works!? Assistant conductor Bertie Baigent and the Colorado Symphony Orchestra do just that, paying tribute to Ludwig Van Beethoven with a rousing performance of his Fifth Symphony, a truly epic work renowned thanks to its opening 'hammer blows of fate'.
Moving quickly from minor-key darkness to ebullient major-key light, this memorable opening moment heralds four movements grand moments, simmering drama and glorious interplays of trombones, piccolo and contrabassoon before climaxing in an explosive finale. A cornerstone of the Classical canon, its a rafter-clearing work that is simply not to be missed.
Performance date: 16 December 2019
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