Celebrate freedom with Beethoven 9
Fri 13 Sep ’24 20:15 uur

Duncan Ward - conductor
Monika Buczkowska - soprano
Eva Vogel - mezzo-soprano
Ilker Arcayürek - tenor
Raoul Steffani - baritone
Brabant Choir - choir
Louis Buskens - choir conductor

Fri 13 Sep ’24
20:15 uur
  • Fri 13 Sep ’24
    20:15 uur
    Hertog Jan Hall
  • A drink is included in the price

"All men become brothers," sings the choir in the exuberant finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. In this magnificent masterpiece, Ludwig van Beethoven outlined his vision of love and brotherhood. A grand musical ode to joy with 150 performers on stage. And for this, he truly pulled out all the stops.

With a symphony orchestra, a large choir, and no fewer than four vocal soloists, he created this symphony two hundred years ago, which would become a milestone in music history. From the mysterious opening, through a tumultuous scherzo and heavenly infinite melodies to the overwhelming choral finale, a cosmos of hope and humanity unfolds. Celebrate freedom together with Philzuid, chief conductor Duncan Ward, the Brabant Choir, and four phenomenal vocal soloists.

This concert does not have an intermission.