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Immortal Beloved at 250:
A Very Special Gala Concert with Midori & Beethoven 5

Gala

February 8, 2020

Dates

Location

Bass Performance Hall

Duration

Approximately 95 minutes
This concert will be performed without intermission.
Please note: The start time for this performance is at 7:00 PM.

Great For

  • Anyone who has seeing a live performance of Beethoven 5 on their bucket list
  • People who like to dress up and be seen in beautiful places (This is our gala night, so you will be in good company.)
  • People who don't want to miss out on an extraordinary once-in-a-lifetime concert experience
  • People looking for a great Valentine's date night idea

Overview

In his final gala concert, Miguel Harth-Bedoya celebrates the incredible musical legacy of Beethoven 250 years after his birth. Be there as the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra performs Beethoven’s majestic Fifth Symphony, a work so iconic it has become ingrained in pop culture, yet so vast it continues to surprise and delight audiences everywhere. And don’t miss the phenomenal Midori performing Beethoven’s monumental Violin Concerto. This is a gala concert not to be missed!

Works

Beethoven
Violin Concerto in D Major

Beethoven
Symphony No. 5 in C Major

Featured Artists

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor
Midori, Violin

Gala Dinner

Annual Symphony Gala

Join us for dinner and dancing after the concert.

The concert will be followed by a black-tie dinner-dance to the tune of the Time Machine Band in the Grand Ballroom of the Worthington Renaissance Hotel.

You do not want to miss this magical evening!

Plan Your Visit

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