Tonight, Stravinsky and Beethoven – two of music’s most revolutionary geniuses – tackle these legends head-on, transforming myth into dance in two startlingly original ballet scores.
Vladimir Jurowski conducts these rare full performances, as Stravinsky’s Journey takes a delightful, distinctive and dazzlingly original turn.
PerformersLondon Philharmonic Orchestra
RepertoireBeethoven: The Creatures of Prometheus, ballet music
Royal Festival Hall at 6.15pm, pre-concert talk. Beethoven and Stravinsky were both musical pioneers during their lifetimes. Music writer Philip Clark and Tim Rutherford-Johnson*, author of Music After The Fall, compare and contrast these two hugely influential personalities. Admission free.
* Please note change of speaker from previously advertised.
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