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Reunited onstage, Round Rock Symphony and Anton Nel will present Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto. This is a follow-up performance to their February 2015 presentation of Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto.

The Fifth Piano Concerto of Beethoven, known as the Emperor Concerto because of its large scope and larger than average length, has become one of the most celebrated concertos in the repertoire. Lasting nearly 40 minutes, Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto provides the orchestra and soloist with a treasure trove of musical material; expressing gorgeous heroic melodies in the first movement and prolonged beauty and jovial fun in the second and third movements respectively

The program will also include Beethoven's Symphony No. 4, B-flat major. op. 60.

Reunited onstage, Round Rock Symphony and Anton Nel will present Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto. This is a follow-up performance to their February 2015 presentation of Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto.

The Fifth Piano Concerto of Beethoven, known as the Emperor Concerto because of its large scope and larger than average length, has become one of the most celebrated concertos in the repertoire. Lasting nearly 40 minutes, Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto provides the orchestra and soloist with a treasure trove of musical material; expressing gorgeous heroic melodies in the first movement and prolonged beauty and jovial fun in the second and third movements respectively

The program will also include Beethoven's Symphony No. 4, B-flat major. op. 60.

Reunited onstage, Round Rock Symphony and Anton Nel will present Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto. This is a follow-up performance to their February 2015 presentation of Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto.

The Fifth Piano Concerto of Beethoven, known as the Emperor Concerto because of its large scope and larger than average length, has become one of the most celebrated concertos in the repertoire. Lasting nearly 40 minutes, Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto provides the orchestra and soloist with a treasure trove of musical material; expressing gorgeous heroic melodies in the first movement and prolonged beauty and jovial fun in the second and third movements respectively

The program will also include Beethoven's Symphony No. 4, B-flat major. op. 60.

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WHERE

Georgetown High School
2211 N. Austin Ave.
Georgetown, TX 78626
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TICKET INFO

$6.24-$27.22
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