Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 1 in C major, Op. 21
Hector Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14
The originator of programme music, Hector Berlioz, best described his relationship to Beethoven’s music in a letter to his friend August Morel, where he writes: “As far as symphonies are concerned, Mozart wrote seventeen, of which three are beautiful and even then… The good Haydn produced a quantity of pretty things of that kind. Beethoven wrote seven masterpieces, but Beethoven is not human. And when you are only a human being you should not pass judgement on the God.” The consequences of the creation of both symphonies, Beethoven’s first and Berlioz’s only, were unimaginable.
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PC 4: Dreams, Illusions, Delusions
8,00 I 18,00 I 28,00 I 35,00 EUR
6,00 I 14,00 I 23,00 I 28,00 EUR* *price for pensioners, secondary-school and university students. The discount is indicated when selecting a seat (online ticket sale)