Nathalie Stutzmann conducting Nathalie Stutzmann conducting Nathalie Stutzmann conducting

Stutzmann Leads an Evening with Beethoven

Thursday–Thursday

Jan 28, 2021, 8:00 PM ET –
Feb 4, 2021, 11:00 PM ET

 

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Performance Details

Nathalie Stutzmann Conductor

Program:

Beethoven Symphony No. 1
Beethoven Overture to The Creatures of Prometheus

Digital Program

Don't miss this evening of brilliant “firsts” on the Digital Stage. Nathalie Stutzmann takes the podium for her first performance as the Orchestra’s principal guest conductor designate, leading two of Beethoven’s celebrated early works. 

The wildly popular Creatures of Prometheus marked Beethoven’s introduction to the Viennese stage. With energetic dissonance, the Overture is said to represent Prometheus fleeing from heaven after stealing fire from the gods.

Beethoven was just 29 when he wrote his First Symphony. Delightful and high-spirited, it's a fascinating glimpse of the greatness and genius to come.

This program runs approximately 1 hour and will be performed without an intermission.

Please note: All Digital Stage events begin with a performance premiere, streaming in real time. Following the performance premiere, the concert will be available for ticket holders to watch on demand for one week.

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Lead support for the Digital Stage is provided by:

Claudia and Richard Balderston
Elaine W. Camarda and A. Morris Williams, Jr.
The CHG Charitable Trust
The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation
Innisfree Foundation
Gretchen and M. Roy Jackson
Neal W. Krouse
John H. McFadden and Lisa D. Kabnick
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Leslie A. Miller and Richard B. Worley
Ralph W. Muller and Beth B. Johnston
William Penn Foundation
Peter and Mari Shaw
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Townsend
Waterman Trust
Constance and Sankey Williams
Wyncote Foundation