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Fast-rising pianist Inon Barnatan, currently the New York Philharmonic’s Artist-in-Association, brings dazzling virtuosity and daring emotional depth to Beethoven’s majestic and much beloved “Emperor” Concerto. Finnish composer Jean Sibelius was born in the middle of the 19th century and lived until the middle of the 20th; his Symphony No. 1, premiered in 1899, offers a fascinating musical view of both a fully ripened Romanticism and the dawn of Modernism.

Fast-rising pianist Inon Barnatan, currently the New York Philharmonic’s Artist-in-Association, brings dazzling virtuosity and daring emotional depth to Beethoven’s majestic and much beloved “Emperor” Concerto. Finnish composer Jean Sibelius was born in the middle of the 19th century and lived until the middle of the 20th; his Symphony No. 1, premiered in 1899, offers a fascinating musical view of both a fully ripened Romanticism and the dawn of Modernism.

Fast-rising pianist Inon Barnatan, currently the New York Philharmonic’s Artist-in-Association, brings dazzling virtuosity and daring emotional depth to Beethoven’s majestic and much beloved “Emperor” Concerto. Finnish composer Jean Sibelius was born in the middle of the 19th century and lived until the middle of the 20th; his Symphony No. 1, premiered in 1899, offers a fascinating musical view of both a fully ripened Romanticism and the dawn of Modernism.

WHEN

WHERE

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
100 Auditorium Cir.
San Antonio, TX 78205
https://www.tobincenter.org/box-office/2015-11/beethovens-emperor

TICKET INFO

$25
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