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MSO: Beethoven and Vine
- Date: Thursday, 10 May 2018, 7:30pm
- Venue: Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne — 100 St Kilda Rd, Southbank, VIC
- Tickets: Adult: $59 - $123 | Concession: $54 - $118 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on (03) 9929 9600
Sir Andrew Davis conductor
Moye Chen piano
Vine Concerto for Orchestra – Composer in Residence
Liszt Piano Concerto No.1
Beethoven Symphony No.3 Eroica
About the performance
Beethoven originally dedicated his revolutionary Heroic Symphony (Eroica is Italian for heroic) to Napoleon but famously erased his name from the title page when the political leader started his many invasions!
Sir Andrew Davis leads the MSO through the supremely triumphant and outgoing piece, celebrating heroism, which then moves into a slow movement, the funeral march, to remind us that we all, even heroes, have to face death.
The symphony was of a scale never before attempted and remains one of the great triumphs in music.
On the back of a podium finish in the 2016 Sydney International Piano Competition, Chinese virtuoso Moye Chen joins the MSO for Franz Liszt’s Piano Concerto No.1 – a now renowned piece that was over 20 years in the making!
Completing the program is Composer in Residence Carl Vine’s extraordinary energetic and colourful Concerto for Orchestra.
Join a special guest for a pre-concert conversation inside Hamer Hall.
Thursday, 10 May – 6.15pm
Saturday, 12 May – 12.45pm
2 hours, including a 20-minute interval
Featured non-Australian music: Liszt, Beethoven
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (03) 9929 9600
Featured Australian Works
|Concerto for orchestra : orchestra (2014) by Carl Vine|
— performed by Andrew Davis and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
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