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The Beethoven Society was founded in 1888 and has met without a break since then. The Society gives classical music concerts in aid of both local and national charities. We do not purely perform works by Beethoven; rather the name is kept as a tribute to the long and illustrious history of the orchestra.  We are a group of musicians dedicated to playing good music, enjoying ourselves, and helping to raise money for charities at the same time.

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Saturday February 7th 2015, 7:30pm

Christ Church
Darley Avenue
West Didsbury
M20 2ZD


It is rare we play two symphonies in one concert but there is relationship between the styles of the two composers Sibelius and Brahms. Despite writing within the musical language of romanticism they both have a strong classical sense expressed by giving the form as much importance as the content. In our February concert we will be playing both their Third Symphonies and an unusual treat, a Concertino for Trombone by Ferdinand David, well known to trombonists but less so to concert goers.

Programme

Sibelius, Symphony No.3

David, Concertino for Trombone no.4

Brahms, Symphony No.3

Soloist

Nicholas Conn
David Concertino For Trombone

Admission
TBA


In support of

Orchestra's funds



The Manchester Beethoven Orchestra
is a member of
MakingMusic
and is a Registered Charity
(No.1010447)

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This site has been updated

18th December 2014

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