Elisa Citterio director and violin soloist
Kristian Bezuidenhout director and fortepiano soloist
Keiran Campbell cello soloist
“Bezuidenhout knows how to make a fortepiano sing.” – The Guardian
It’s three times the Beethoven as we gather to celebrate his 250th birthday, including Symphony no. 4 and three virtuoso soloists featured in his Triple Concerto.
Tafelmusik is known for its trailblazing period performances of Beethoven’s symphonies—interpretations marked by an extraordinary transparency, unearthing new sounds and textures from these well-known works.
This season, we mark the 250th anniversary of the composer’s birth with a trio of works including the mercurial Symphony no. 4 and the Triple Concerto, a charming and lyrical work that places a trio—violin, cello, and piano—at centre stage.
World-renowned guest soloist Kristian Bezuidenhout will also perform the Piano concerto no. 2, exhibiting his astonishing ability to draw an array of sounds from a Beethoven-era piano.
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