Beethoven Fantasy

Anima Eterna Brugge

Musique

ASSOCIATE ENSEMBLE & ARTISTS
ANIMA ETERNA BRUGGE

DRESDNER KAMMERCHOR
MUSICAL DIRECTOR Jos van Immerseel 




  • CAST 

    PIANOFORTE Ayako Ito
    SOPRANO Yeree Suh
    ALTO Marianne-Beate Kielland
    TENOR Yves Saelens
    BASS-BARITONE Hanno Müller-Brachmann 

  • PROGRAM 

    BEETHOVEN
    Mass in C major op. 86 
    Fantasy for piano, choir and orchestra in C minor op. 80 
    Symphony n°7 in A major op. 92 

Beethoven was highly impulsive by nature, subject to abrupt mood swings that often upset his entire entourage. It is perhaps this very character trait that gave birth to one of his most original works. Composed in 1808, the Fantasy for piano, choir and orchestradefies all attempts at categorisation. An unclassifiable as well as visionary work, its Enlightenment text is as remarkable as it musical theme, which foreshadows the Ode to Joyin what might arguably be considered a first draft for the Ninth Symphony … fifteen years earlier! For his first mass, Beethoven’s innovation juxtaposes five almost entirely autonomous symphonic parts. In this new universe where the orchestra becomes the narrator, the human voice itself loses its concertante character to blend into this brilliant, sonic celebration. 

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Auditorium
  • April 2020
    • Sunday 26 at 15:00
PRICE CONCERT 1
From 5,50€ to 46€
Duration
1h30 approximately

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