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Beethoven and Beyond: Piano Concerto No. 4 and more

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The older Beethoven grew, the more imaginative he became. His Piano Concerto No. 4 is the most gentle and poetic of all his concertos and offers one of his more radical ideas: to begin with the unaccompanied piano. It was a move without precedent and is the only one of the five concertos in which the piano begins alone.

mso, Douglas Boyd, Paul Lewis, Haydn Symphony No.103 Drumroll, Beethoven Piano Concerto No.4, Schoenberg, Transfigured Night, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven and Beyond, Hamer Hall,

Haydn's Drumroll Symphony (reviewed here) and one of Schoenberg's truly romantic works, Transfigured Night, complete the program, part of the MSO's Beethoven Festival. Conducted by Douglas Boyd and featuring virtuoso Paul Lewis on the piano, this performance is sure to leave you with a warm glow on a cold-snap Melbourne night.
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Why? 'You would be insane not to go to that concert.' Richard Gill
When: Wednesday September 14 2016 at 7pm
Phone: 03 9929 9600
Where: Hamer Hall, 100 St Kilda Rd Melbourne
Cost: $55 to $125
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