Why See Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra - Beethoven's Ninth Symphony?
The Symphony To End All Symphonies
Combining a sweeping, epic scale, nigh impossible technical demands, compositional mastery and boundless imagination, Beethoven's Ninth is often described as the symphony to end all symphonies. Don't miss its majesty as German conductor Jun Markl leads Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra through world's most celebrated classical work.
With over 60 minutes of music, Beethoven's Ninth dwarfed anything that came before it. Completed in 1824, the piece was the composer's last full symphony, written just as he lost his hearing fully. Perhaps one of the most recognisable melodies in the Western Classical tradition, the symphony is home to the Ode To Joy, an irrepressible paean to the triumph of the human spirit.
Opening night: 15 June 2018
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