While Haydn taught many musicians, his most famous was a young man named Ludwig van Beethoven. Hear “the Father of the Symphony’s” influence in Beethoven’s humourous and happy Symphony No. 2, one of the final works of his early period. Maestra Miller also welcomes favourite VS guest artist Lorraine Min to play Mozart’s grand Piano Concerto No. 25.
Please join bass trombonist Robert Fraser for a pre-concert talk at 1:30 pm in the Senate Chambers, adjacent to the auditorium.
Tickets are $32 – $52 and are available here.
For more background on this concert, click here for complete program notes.