The musical world continues to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven, a composer whose work largely determined the paths of European music. Hoffmann wrote: "Haydn and Mozart, creators of new instrumental music, were the first to show us art in its unprecedented brilliance, but only Beethoven looked at it with great love and penetrated into its essence."
On February 28, the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of the People's Artist of Russia Sergei Stadler will present a program dedicated to the great musician in the Great Hall of the Catherine Assembly. The first part will feature works for violin and orchestra performed by maestro Stadler, including the famous Violin Concerto.
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Romance for violin G-dur, op. 40
Romance for violin in F major, op. fifty
Concerto for violin and orchestra in D major, op. 61
St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra
artistic director and chief conductor
People's Artist of Russia
Conductor and soloist - SERGEY STADLER