Why See Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra - Beethoven Emperor Concerto?
Louis Schwizgebel Plays The Emperor Concerto
The last of Beethoven's piano concertos, Piano Concerto No. 5 or the Emperor Concerto as it's popularly known, is considered his most accomplished. It's jaw-dropping displays of virtuosity and wide dynamic range make it a daring feat for any soloist to attempt. Don't miss young performer Louis Schwizgebel as tackles this demanding concerto, accompanied by the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.
Universally praised for his refined sense of musical insight, sparkling technical brilliance and deft fingerwork, Swiss pianist Schwizgebel won the Geneva International Music Competition at the tender age of 17. Combining poise and power, the Juilliard alumnus has lead some of the world's leading orchestras, all while under the age of 30. The evening closes with a rousing rendition of Ravel's La Valse.
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