Frédéric Chopin said, “Beethoven embraced the universe with the power of his spirit,” and Beethoven’s serious qualities are embodied in the powerful Coriolan Overture. His genial side is heard in the Romances for Violin, two of his most lyrical pieces. The program concludes with the Symphony No. 7, which Richard Wagner called “the apotheosis of the Dance in its highest aspect.”
Amit Peled, conductor
Beethoven - Fidelio: Overture, op 72c
Beethoven – Romance No. 1 for Violin in G Major
Beethoven – Romance No. 2 for Violin in F Major
Beethoven – Symphony no. 7, op 92, A major
Thu, May 7 – 7:30 PM*
Fri, May 8 – 7:30 PM
Sat, May 9 – 8:00 PM
Sun, May 10 – 4:00 PM*
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Cleveland Jewish News, July 31 2019 CityMusic Cleveland, the chamber orchestra that performs for free in churches and other nontraditional concert locations, has turned to Israel again for its next music director, tapping Amit Peled, who was raised on a kibbutz, to replace outgoing director Avner Dorman. Peled, who will remain in his full-time […]
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