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Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) regrets to advise that the upcoming Beethoven 250 events between 21–29 March, including Ludwig Reflected, will not go ahead as planned.
However, the APO will still perform each of the Beethoven symphony concerts for you to enjoy via a livestream on the APO website and Facebook page as well as other third-party digital channels. All four concerts will be livestreamed: http://www.apo.co.nz/whats-on/beethoven-250-livestreams
The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra joins the worldwide celebrations marking Beethoven's 250th birthday in 2020 with a series of concerts and events as part of Auckland Arts Festival 2020.
Beethoven 250 will be a fantastic festival within the Festival. The centrepiece will be the APO performing the complete cycle of nine Beethoven symphonies in four concerts over nine days, led by APO Music Director Maestro Giordano Bellincampi, culminating in a very special performance of the Ninth Symphony featuring New Zealand soloists Madeleine Pierard, Kristin Darragh, Amitai Pati and Teddy Tahu Rhodes.
In addition to the symphony cycle there will be a variety of exciting free and community events celebrating Beethoven’s legacy and connecting him to our city and our people. This includes Ludwig Reflected – a free chamber concert and speaker series featuring new Beethoven-inspired works by New Zealand composers and the chance to delve deeper into the fascinating life and times of Beethoven, a series of access and inclusion initiatives, and a community Big Play-In for musicians of all skill levels.
More information about the full programme of events to come.
Special ticket prices available for APO subscribers.