Cancelled: Beethoven, Unfinished

Memories of Beethoven

Details

Concert Cancellation Notification

MCO regrets to advise Beethoven, Unfinished on Sunday 19 April has been cancelled.

Melbourne Recital Centre cares deeply about the health and safety of its audiences, artists and staff. We acknowledge that the suspension of normal operations in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a difficult but essential action for the health of the Victorian public. We are committed to supporting our staff during this time and difficult circumstances. We thank our community for its support during this challenging time.

All ticket holders are entitled to a full refund via their original point of purchase. We are currently in the process of arranging refunds.

If you have any questions or concerns about this concert cancellation please contact our Ticketing Services team at boxoffice@melbournerecital.com.au

Event details

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Beethoven, two very different works, both with the distinctive Beethoven stamp. The third piano concerto bristles with fiery gusto. Lauded for her “fearless performance” by the New York Times, pianist Aura Go returns to MCO to perform this revolutionary concerto. For contrast, the Romance for Violin in G sees Beethoven in a contemplative mood. MCO Artistic Director, William Hennessy, performs the solo in this rarely performed masterpiece.

Despite being unfinished, Schubert’s Symphony No.8 remains one of the most ambitious and moving orchestral works of the early nineteenth century.

Presented by Melbourne Chamber Orchestra

PROGRAM

Franz Schubert
Symphony No.8 in B minor D759 Unfinished

Ludwig van Beethoven
Romance No.1 in G Op.40 (arr. violin and string orchestra Keith Crellin)
Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor Op.37

ARTISTS

William Hennessy director & violin solo
Aura Go piano
Michael Dahlenburg conductor
Melbourne Chamber Orchestra

Series

This production is part of the following series:

Beethoven 250

To mark the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, Melbourne Recital Centre presents one of the largest explorations of the great master’s music.

Venue