He rouses our spirits, moves us to tears, and inspires our most profound thoughts. Revolutionary, seminal, colossal—he is without challenge the face of Western music. To mark the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, Carnegie Hall presents one of the largest explorations of the great master’s music in our time.
Artists include: Evgeny Kissin | Sir John Eliot Gardiner with the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique | Quatuor Ebène | Yannick Nézet-Séguin with The Philadelphia Orchestra | Emanuel Ax | Leonidas Kavakos | Yo-Yo Ma | Yefim Bronfman | Anne-Sophie Mutter | Mitsuko Uchida | The Cleveland Orchestra | Maurizio Pollini | Kristian Bezuidenhout | Sir András Schiff
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Enjoy more of the emotional power and virtuosity of the Beethoven Celebration when you create your own series. The choice is yours!
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All Together: A Global Ode to Joy
Led by visionary conductor Marin Alsop, All Together reimagines Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony as a 21st-century call for unity, justice, and empowerment.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to hear the complete cycle of Beethoven’s symphonies at Carnegie Hall, performed by the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique in five concerts led by Sir John Eliot Gardiner, February 19–24. The winner will have the rare opportunity to journey through all nine symphonies performed on period instruments, as the composer intended the works to be heard. Be part of the celebration and enter today.
Mix and match your way through the symphonies or take all nine with both orchestras and join us for the complete symphonic journey.
Brooklyn Institute for Social Research
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Mark Morris Dance Group
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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National Black Theatre
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
NYTB / CHAMBER WORKS
Orchestra of St. Luke’s
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research