Boston Philharmonic Orchestra: Beethoven's Symphony No. 9
Last year Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony had been scheduled for the week that may well have been the most horrific in Boston’s history. The city closed down, and Beethoven’s great Ode to Joy was silenced. During what transpired that week, and then in the weeks and months after, the city demonstrated its courage, resilience, and indomitable spirit in the most moving of ways. And now that time has passed, Mr. Zander and the Philharmonic are putting the Ninth on the schedule once again, as a special added… Show more
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The Boston Philharmonic season really is a journey, in which the musicians and the audience explore the music together. In the pre-concert explanations, Benjamin Zander will give you background information and different ways of listening to each work.
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Worcester, MA 01608
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