Bronfman Plays Beethoven Presented by New World Symphony

Sat Jan 13 2018

8:00 PM

Arsht Center Knight Concert Hall

1300 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, FL 33132

Ages 13+

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Can music change your life? World-renowned pianist Yefim Bronfman returns to the Adrienne Arsht Center with the NWS Fellows and Robert Spano, celebrated Music Director of the Atlanta Symphony. Mr. Bronfman calls Ludwig van Beethoven’s piano concertos “the foundation of [pianists’] existence. Our lives really have been changed by the music.”

Reflect on Bronfman’s words as Beethoven sheds the cheery brightness of his first two piano concertos to embrace the moody minor-key emotionalism in his third. Oppressed under Stalin’s regime, Dmitri Shostakovich was under intense scrutiny and political pressure when writing his Fifth Symphony. Bathed in controversy, the powerful, warhorse symphony fuses tragedy, mourning and a superficial optimism, giving voice to a forbidden language.

Robert Spano, conductor
Yefim Bronfman, piano

Program

Beethoven : Piano Concerto No. 3
Shostakovich : Symphony No. 5

 

Culture Shock Miami for ages 13-22
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Culture Shock Miami for ages 13-22

Bronfman Plays Beethoven Presented by New World Symphony

Sat Jan 13 2018 8:00 PM

Arsht Center Knight Concert Hall Miami FL
Bronfman Plays Beethoven Presented by New World Symphony
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  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

Ages 13+

Can music change your life? World-renowned pianist Yefim Bronfman returns to the Adrienne Arsht Center with the NWS Fellows and Robert Spano, celebrated Music Director of the Atlanta Symphony. Mr. Bronfman calls Ludwig van Beethoven’s piano concertos “the foundation of [pianists’] existence. Our lives really have been changed by the music.”

Reflect on Bronfman’s words as Beethoven sheds the cheery brightness of his first two piano concertos to embrace the moody minor-key emotionalism in his third. Oppressed under Stalin’s regime, Dmitri Shostakovich was under intense scrutiny and political pressure when writing his Fifth Symphony. Bathed in controversy, the powerful, warhorse symphony fuses tragedy, mourning and a superficial optimism, giving voice to a forbidden language.

Robert Spano, conductor
Yefim Bronfman, piano

Program

Beethoven : Piano Concerto No. 3
Shostakovich : Symphony No. 5

 

Bronfman Plays Beethoven

Bronfman Plays Beethoven

Music