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Orpheus 15m
Replying to @OrpheusL
Here a luxury performance of this pure bliss:
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Simon Goldman 18h
“Just occasionally you go to a concert such as this where you know you have witnessed something quite extraordinary” ***** review of Sunday’s 9th symphony
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Rachel Coombes 16h
Max Klinger's majestic 'Beethoven' sculpture, which took inspiration from Phidias's Zeus, made for the 14th Vienna Secession exhibition in 1902.
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BBC Philharmonic 15h
🔍 Discover Beethoven's Symphony No.4 with our recording from the archives! 🎧 Like what you hear? Experience this symphony live, Saturday 7 March 🎟
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Henningham Family Press Feb 13
Tweet No. 1, in C major, We are delighted to be publishing Mr. Beethoven by Paul Griffiths. What better way to celebrate than to put your name to a book that brings a larger than life composer back to life! Pre-order now:
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National Concert Hall Feb 17
time! We have a night in the and 2 tickets to see Beethoven's Fidelio, presented by on Sunday, 23rd Feb up for grabs. Like and RT this post, and tell us how many operas did Beethoven write? Closes at 3pm Wed, 19th Feb.
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London Symphony Orch Feb 17
'A Ninth to remember.' '⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐' Thank you to all those who helped make last night's Berg & Beethoven unforgettable. And to those who'll be joining us on tour this week – see you soon.
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MonteverdiChoir&Orch Feb 14
Our reinforcements from the Monteverdi Choir & have arrived for tonight's concert, the last of the Barcelona leg of our Symphony Cycle tour. Looking forward to raising the roof tonight!
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LondonSymphonyChorus 12h
Sopranos, altos, tenors and basses ready to brave Beethoven 9
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Mount Vernon Virtuosi 19h
to our season opening concert. Next on the menu is our celebration with star violinist
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National Concert Hall 19h
! Just 2 hours left! Like and RT the below post, and tell us how many operas wrote before 3pm today to be in with a chance of wining this fantastic prize.
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Fernando Gomollón 17h
Day 50 and we reach the final 5 sonatas: five masterpieces. We will show some particular versions, but starting with all five (28,29,30,31 and 32) in the hands, brain and spirit of an exceptional pianist and musician: Maurizio Pollini
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Fernando Gomollón 9h
Day 51 Sonata 29, Hammerklavier, B Flat Maior, a piece written for 50 years later,is modern and marvelous 202 years later.The Adagio Sostenuto is one of the greatest moments of piano music, in fact of all music. One modern magisterial version: Perahia
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Carolyn Enger 12h
NYC/Englewood Area friends, I'm excited to announce a house concert on March 1 - Divine Sparks: Beethoven @ 250 with his Dear Friend Schubert! Send me a message at if you'd like to attend.
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MonteverdiChoir&Orch Feb 17
"A cycle that has made history": Thank you to everyone who joined us at the for the first week of our adventure! Head to our website for more reviews and images from Barcelona 👇
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THE GREAT KAT/BEETHOVEN 5h
HAPPY & ! Celebrate 's 250th BIRTHDAY with THE GREAT KAT'S NEW BEETHOVEN'S "VIOLIN CONCERTO" MUSIC VIDEO for Guitar & Violin DVD SINGLE (1:30)!! PERSONALIZED AUTOGRAPHED by THE GREAT KAT!
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Orpheus Feb 16
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The Classical Source 19h
★★★★★ London Symphony Orchestra & Simon Rattle – 's and 's Ninth Symphony
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Ontario Philharmonic Feb 18
"Art! Who comprehends her? With whom can one consult concerning this great goddess?" -Beethoven in a Letter to Bettina von Arnim ( August 11, 1810)
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Robert Gilbert 6h
More of that full-bodied Beethoven with Carlos Kleiber conducting the 7th Symphony
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