Beethoven 2020: Symphony No. 7
Ever wonder what people feel when they see our red rock country for the first time? We have an answer for you!
Concert highlights include:
Imagine what Utah’s incomparable natural landscapes might ‘sound’ like to a visiting European in Messiaen’s powerful Bryce Canyon and Cedar Breaks.
Listen as the virtuoso musicians of the Utah Symphony perform the highly spontaneous and emotionally powerful Symphony No. 7, a work Beethoven himself considered one of his best.
Watch guest pianist Francesco Piemontesi tackle the richly inventive Schumann Concerto, written as a testament of love to the composer’s wife Clara.
MESSIAEN: “Bryce Canyon and the Red-Orange Rocks” from Des canyons aux étoiles
R. SCHUMANN: Piano Concerto
MESSIAEN: “Cedar Breaks and the Gift of Awe” from Des canyons aux étoiles
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 7
GENERAL AGE GUIDELINE: Individuals ages five and older are welcome at this performance. Parents should ensure their children are able to sit quietly through the performance without disturbing others around them. No babes in arms will be admitted.
LATE SEATING POLICY: Late seating will be take place after “Bryce Canyon and the Red-Orange Rocks” from Des canyons aux étoiles, approximately 13 minutes into program. More information on our late and re-entry policies is found here.
PRE- CONCERT FESTIVITIES:
Are you a medical professional? Join us Friday, February 21 for Healthcare Night, a special concert, honoring the vital partnership between our incredible medical community and the Utah Symphony.
Learn more about this evening’s music at a pre-concert lecture, which begins 45 minutes prior to the start of the concert in Abravanel Hall’s First Tier Room.
Enjoy Lobby Fest performances 30 minutes before the performance in the lobby by members of our Youth Guild.
Artists and programs are subject to change.
Single Tickets On Sale: June 14, 2019