The Immortal Beloved
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It has been a quarter of a millennium since the birth of the greatest radical innovator in music history: Beethoven both exploded classical forms and paved the way for the Romantic era. Although he lived to be 56, his works attest to an enternally rebellious and youthful soul. It is no wonder, then, that Müpa Budapest, for its part, is inviting young people to this morning lecture concert.
In addition to drawing a portrait of Beethoven together with all of his passion in love and friendship, the concert also 'incidentally' offers a taste of the composer's - mature and settled - middle period: it is works from this creative phase that will be played on this occasion. And some of the most outstanding works from this period are the three string quartets commissioned by the Russian ambassador to Vienna, Andrey Kirillovich Razumovsky, a man of refined tastes. Of these three, Klára Kolonits, János Palojtay and the Accord Quartet will play two movements from the final one, the String Quartet No. 9 in C major.
Before the performance, between 9.45 and 10.30, we will be running a free (and playful) interactive session for children entitled Tune-up. We look forward to welcoming both school groups and individual school-age youngsters attending the subsequent performance. Please register via firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on the Wednesday before the performance, specifying the number of participating children and their ages. The activity is recommended for children aged 6 and over, and will take place with a minimum of six children.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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