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The Beethoven Experience

In November of 1792, a talented young pianist entered the city gates of Vienna, cherishing an ambitious goal: to become the greatest composer in history. To this end, Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) was determined to study and excel in writing all musical forms that were customary during his time. Throughout his life, Beethoven endlessly labored and strove toward the realization of his vision. He wrote hundreds of works and radically altered musical perceptions.
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On the occasion of Beethoven's 250th birthday, The Beethoven Experience project invites you to experience a comprehensive and in-depth cross section of the composer's world.
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Over three rich, eventful weeks, you will hear a wide range of works: solo pieces, works for small chamber ensembles, concerti for solo instruments, overtures, symphonies and vocal works, all of which bear the mark of Beethoven's major legacy: music that touches the deepest corners of the soul.

A Series of 8 ConcertsDiscount PriceFull PriceSingle ticket
Hall720 NIS920 NIS150 NIS
Balcony650 NIS830 NIS135 NIS
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Terms of Purchase

  • Last season’s seats will be held for renewing subscribers until June 10th, 2016
  • Seats will not be reserved for subscribers to the Family Concert Series
  • New subscribers will be allocated seats after July 10th, 2016, on a first-come, first-served basis
  • The program of the Highlights Series is fixed and the concerts are non exchangeable
  • Tickets for the Pupils and Young People (up to 30)/Student Subscriptions are subject to availability
  • For further details please contact the box office.
Concerts in this Series
February 18

Missa Solemnis

20:00
Beethoven's ׳Missa Solemnis׳, under the baton of Maestro Steven Sloane, and with the Czech Philharmonic Choir of Brno (Petr Fiala, conductor), Ilse Eerens (soprano), Rachel Frenkel (mezzo soprano) Timothy Fallon (tenor) and Markus Marquart (baritone).
February 23

MustonenFest

20:00
Maestro Andres Mustonen and the Tallinn Chamber Choir perform Symphony No. 8, and the Overture to ׳Egmont׳ by Beethoven and Kreek's Requiem.
February 26

On Three Things: Tracking the Journey of the Fate Motif (a triple repeat)

11:00
Works by Beethoven, Verdi, Tchaikovsky and more!
February 27

Chamber Music by Beethoven

20:00
A selection of Chamber Music by Beethoven, with members of the JSO - Three Equali for Brass Quartet, String Quintet, Op. 29, Woodwind Sextet, Op. 71 and the Septet, Op. 20.
March 3

Beethoven’s Piano Concerti - Part 1

20:00
Conductor Steven Sloane and pianists Victor Stanislavsky, Mohammad Alshaikh and Einav Yarden perform Beethoven's Piano Concerti Nos. 1,3,4.
March 4

Beethoven’s Piano Concerti - part 2

20:00
Beethoven's  Piano Concerto No. 2 and Piano Concerto No. 5, ׳Emperor׳, with pianists Michal Tal and Boris Giltburg, under the baton of  Maestro Steven Sloane.
March 8

Beethoven’s Last Four Piano Sonatas - First Recital

19:00
Pianist Boris Giltburg performs Beethoven's Sonatas Nos. 109, 110, 111.