Ludwig van Beethoven, Portrait by Joseph Karl Stieler, 1820

Easter concert – Beethoven: 250 years

Co-production with Megaron - the Athens Concert Hall

In Beethoven’s humanistic world, there is no separating faith in God from faith in Man. The struggle with the concept of the divine, the agonizing dominance of doubt and a redemptive return to a renewed and sincere faith are a few of the driving forces which shape the development of the moving religious drama that unfolds in the Missa Solemnis. This unique and lengthy masterpiece from Beethoven’s late period is conducted by the inspired German maestro Christoph Poppen.

Wed., 15 Apr. 2020 20:30

Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall

Christos Lambrakis Hall
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
(1770–1827)
Missa solemnis in D major, Op. 123
SOLOIST
Karen Leiber, soprano
Ingeborg Danz, mezzo soprano
Petros Magoulas, bass
Jenish Ysmanov, tenor
CONDUCTOR
Christoph Poppen
PARTICIPATION

Greek Radio Choir

Athens Municipal Choir

The name of the tenor will be announced shortly.

19:45, free introductory speech for ticket holders

 

TICKETS INFORMATION

Ticket price will be announced shortly.