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The 26 April 2020
Philharmonie (Grande salle Pierre Boulez) - Paris

Beethoven : Symphonies Nos. 1 & 9

2 h
  • Chamber Orchestra of Europe
  • accentus
  • Conductor
    Yannick Nézet-Séguin
  • Performers
    Christiane Karg
    Okka von der Damerau
    Klaus Florian Vogt
    Florian Boesch
Details on the Performance


In recent years, the Quebec leader has multiplied the complete symphonies with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. In four concerts, he confronts this monument that constitutes the nine symphonies of Beethoven.

Last part of the complete Beethoven symphonies by the charismatic Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Although marked by Haydn's classical style, the First announces the coming Beethoven revolutions through its harmonic audacities: who else would dare to start with an agreement then considered dissonant? Criticism will see there "the disorderly explosion of the outrageous effrontery of a young man." Everything is poured into the Ninth, where Beethoven musically invents universal brotherhood ("Embrace, millions of beings!"). inclusion of voices in a symphonic work representing an unprecedented step. We know the jubilatory conclusive explosion, but the movements that prepare it are dotted with indecision, waiting, contemplative pain: a real way of life before the grandiose Final, which escapes the gravitational pull to launch its rockets towards the sky.
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Philharmonie (Grande salle Pierre Boulez) - Paris Location 221, avenue Jean-Jaurès - 75019 Paris France

  • Venue's Capacity: 2400

Philharmonie (Grande salle Pierre Boulez)

Philharmonie (Grande salle Pierre Boulez)

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