Beethoven: The Revolutionary

Beethoven: The Revolutionary

We regret to inform you that these performances have been cancelled. We are doing our utmost to support the national effort in reducing the spread of coronavirus and the health and well-being of all our visitors, staff members and visiting performers is our number one priority.

Ticket holders are fully covered for the full value of their tickets and will be contacted shortly. Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming you on future occasions.

A note from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra:

“Following the Government’s announcement encouraging social distancing, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) will cease its concert programme until the end of June 2020. Given the health risks presented by the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is acutely aware of the need to protect the health of concert-goers, venue staff and the ensemble itself.

With millions of people self-isolating and working from home, the RPO will soon be introducing a comprehensive ‘RPO At Home’ digital programme that is intended to enrich people’s home routines, to help lift spirits during these unprecedented times.

Please do keep in touch by visiting the Orchestra’s website and social media channels, where you can find videos, blogs and Podcasts.”

Pinchas Zukerman directs a festival celebrating the genius of Beethoven, 250 years after his birth. John Suchet presents.

In partnership with Classic FM.

‘I am thrilled to be presenting this series with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. No single word sums up Beethoven – the individual and his music – better than ‘revolutionary’. First of all, he was a revolutionary in ideas… In music too Beethoven was a revolutionary. He transformed every form in which he wrote. Nobody had started a symphony with two crashing chords, as he did in the Eroica. No one had begun a piano concerto with solo piano, as he did in Piano Concerto No. 4… Beethoven’s music takes you by surprise at every turn, however well you know it. It is as fresh today as it was when he wrote it 200 years ago. That is his gift to us.’ — John Suchet

Directed & conducted by Pinchas Zukerman, presented by John Suchet and featuring the Jerusalem Quartet, this five-day festival in partnership with Classic FM will feature the following nine concerts ranging from piano recitals and chamber concerts to full orchestral concerts.

Day Pass

Enjoy the afternoon piano recital for just £5 when purchasing the evening orchestral concert. Enter the promotional code DAYPASS when booking.

Festival Package: £99

Book all nine concerts in the Festival for just £99

(Offer applies to the £32.50 seats only for the orchestral concerts. Discount will be applied automatically when you check out.)

Groups discounts

Groups of 6-9, save 15%
Groups of 10-29, save 25%
Groups of 30+, save 35%
Call the Box Office on 020 7730 4500 to book.

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