From tragic opening to climactic, world-embracing Ode to Joy, Beethoven’s Ninth has never been just another symphony – it’s an emotional experience with the power to change lives. Every performance is a special occasion, but Andris Nelsons’ first Birmingham performance of the Ninth promises to be in a class of its own, and a landmark in his artistic partnership with the CBSO. This isn’t only an extraordinary upbeat to our new season; it should be one of Birmingham’s musical events of the year. Be sure to book early.
Andris Nelsons conductor
Brahms Nänie 15’
Beethoven Symphony No. 9, Choral 67’
£10, £14.50, £19, £22.50, £25, £30, £34.50, £37.50, £39.50*
Discounts available for Concert Package bookers and for disabled patrons by post and by calling Box Office on 0121 780 3333, groups of 11+ on 0800 358 7070.
Family tickets also available on 0121 780 3333.
Standby tickets may be available from 10am for matinee concerts and 1pm for evening concerts, on the day of the performance, for Students, Young People, 60 plus, benefit recipients and holders of ‘Passport to Leisure’ cards.
- 32 Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EA, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Child of the revolution and romantic idealist, Beethoven’s genius bestrode the early nineteenth century. The Birmingham International Concert Season and the CBSO celebrate his achievement with performances of all his symphonies and piano concertos.
* A £2.50 fee per transaction will be charged on all bookings except purchases made in person at the Town Hall or Symphony Hall Box office.blog comments powered by Disqus