Beethoven 94 - 15 August 2012

Program

MESSIAEN Prayer of Christ ascending towards his Father, from L’Ascension   
BRAHMS Geistliches Lied               
BEETHOVEN Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage       
BEETHOVEN Symphony No.9  

Artists

Richard Tognetti Artistic Director and Lead Violin
Choir of Clare College, Cambridge (Graham Ross Director)
Lucy Crowe Soprano
Fiona Campbell Mezzo Soprano
Allan Clayton Tenor
Matthew Brook Bass

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The ACO's internationally-acclaimed Beethoven symphony series reaches its climax with Symphony No.9, "Ode to Joy", featuring one of the finest British choirs and an exceptional line-up of soloists.

Critics called the ACO's recent Beethoven concert in London “the finest concert of the summer” and spoke of “thrilling playing”, “vibrant drive” and “total involvement”, concluding, “this compact chamber orchestra matches anything Europe can offer in energy, precision and interpretative rigour.”

Building to the symphony, a trio of serene yet intense works, swelling to Beethoven's depiction of a sea voyage.


 

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