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London Philharmonic Orchestra: 2001 - New century, new sounds

When
Saturday February 8, 2020 at 19:30
Where
Royal Festival Hall, London
Tickets
£46-£14, premium seats £65
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  1. Symphony No 1 in C Op 21 - Ludwig van Beethoven
  2. Snatches of a conversation, for trumpet and ensemble - Peter Eötvös
  3. Symphony No 2 in C minor Op 29 - Alexander Scriabin

With the anarchic chords that open his First Symphony, Ludwig van Beethoven threw open the doors on a universe of new musical possibilities. A century later, in 1901, the young Alexander Scriabin wrote a Second Symphony whose surging melodies and ardent spirit stand on the brink of a new revelation: and in 2001, Péter Eötvös’s brilliantly quirky trumpet concerto revels in its imaginative freedom.

In the first concert of our 2020 Vision project, Vladimir Jurowski celebrates Beethoven’s 250th birthday the way he would have wanted – a conversation between the past, the present and the future of music.


Venue
Royal Festival Hall
Belvedere Road
London
London
SE1 8XX
England
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