Why See Houston Symphony - Bell Plays Beethoven?
Bell vs. Beethoven
A great talent of our age takes on the mastery of an all-time great talent in this beautiful All Beethoven program featuring violinist and conductor Joshua Bell, adding to a season that will surely delight all fans of the instrument.
Beethoven - Violin Concerto
Though not the celebrated success it is today on its 1806 premiere, this gem of the classical canon was thankfully re-discovered by Joseph Joachim in 1844, letting the world hear its sublime genius.
Beethoven - Symphony No.4
Sandwiched between Eroica and the 5th, Beethoven's 4th might not be his most remembered but that is not to say that it doesn't have the power to delight. With a certain kind of melancholy, it sits amongst its more well known siblings in gentleness and cheer that serves as a delightful tonic.
Opening night: 15 March 2019
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