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Ludwig van Beethoven 250th Birthday

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Sun 21 Mar 2021, 3:00pm–4:30pm

Where: Our Lady of Mount Carmel, 210-218 Richardson St, Middle Park , Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General admission: $60.00
  • Live stream: $24.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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It’s not every day you celebrate a 250th birthday. Be our guest in Beethoven’s salon. We’ll introduce you to some of Beethoven’s friends and acquaintances via some rarely performed treasures, including a first Australian performance of his Elegy Op.118. We’ve invited a few composers we think Beethoven might enjoy meeting. Join us at the party where dreams become reality.

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827) : FIVE CANONS : Glück zum neuen Jahr – Happy New Year for Johann Freiherrn von Pasqualati | Lieber Mälzel for Johann Nepomuck Mälzel | Kühl nicht Lau for Friedrich Kuhlau | Hofmann und kein Hofmann for Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann | O Tobias for Tobias Haslinger

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750): An Wasserflüßen Babylon

Gordon Kerry (born 1961): Seven Last Words

Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872–1958): Valiant for Truth

Ludwig van Beethoven: Three Part Songs : Song of the Monks | Farewell Song | Elegy Op. 118 (1814) dedicated to Johann Freiherrn von Pasqualati

Francis Poulenc (1899–1963) (not available as part of the online performance) : Four Motets for a Time of Penitence