The Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra begins a yearlong celebration of Ludwig van Beethovens 250th birthday with a concert featuring his Leonore Overture, which was written to open his opera Fidelio. The BSO also performs Franz Liszts tone poem Les Prludes; Danzn No. 4 by Arturo Mrquez; and Pyotr Tchaikovskys Orchestral Suite No. 4 (called Mozartiana in tribute to Tchaikovskys favorite composer, Wolfgang Mozart), featuring orchestra concertmaster Carlos Camposeco in an extended solo during the works final movement.

23:30 pm

Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium, 3rd Floor

The Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra begins a yearlong celebration of Ludwig van Beethovens 250th birthday with a concert featuring his Leonore Overture, which was written to open his opera Fidelio. The BSO also performs Franz Liszts tone poem Les Prludes; Danzn No. […]

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