BEETHOVEN AT 250
CLASSICAL MUSIC’S GREATEST REVOLUTIONARY

29 Jan | 10:00am | £35

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BEETHOVEN AT 250

CLASSICAL MUSIC’S GREATEST REVOLUTIONARY

Tutor: Sandy Burnett

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of his birth (December 1770), we’ll be exploring the composer’s great works.

Visual illustrations include a selection of contemporary portraits, while musical examples are drawn from his genre-busting piano sonatas, quartets and symphonies, and from the revolutionary opera Fidelio. We’re talking about much more than just a musician here – Beethoven was a true Romantic artist, or as he preferred to describe himself, a “poet in sound”.

Where: Clapham Omnibus Theatre, SW4 0QW

When: Wednesday, 29 Jan 2020

Time: 9.45AM for 10.00AM Start / Finishing at 3.00PM

Tickets: £35pp including coffee and lunch

To purchase tickets please visit:

Omnibus Theatre – What’s On

https://www.omnibus-clapham.org/whats-on/

and search for

“Beethoven at 250”

We look forward to welcoming you!

 claphamcommon@theartssociety.org