Choral Beethoven

Maison symphonique October 20, 2024

Beethoven Marathon

The uncontested master of the symphony, Beethoven left his mark on music in a way few composers have. With four concerts in three days, Yannick Nézet-Séguin will deliver his vision of these bold classics that continue to dazzle audiences 250 years later. It’s sure to be a marathon to remember!

Each program will feature two or three Beethoven symphonies, rounded out by the premiere of a piece written by a winner of the Beethoven Heritage competition, an initiative spearheaded by the OM and its artistic director. These young composers bring a modern perspective to Beethoven’s influence on today’s world and to his work’s social and political themes.

Experience Beethoven’s bookends: a promising debut and a revolutionary finale. The first measures of Symphony No. 1 showcase an irreverent Beethoven, whose style reaches its pinnacle in Symphony No. 9. Embodying joy and fellowship, the sweeping work is performed by the Chœur Métropolitain and sublime soloists.

Marie-Pier BRASSET, Amor Fati
Ludwig Van BEETHOVEN, Symphony No. 1
Ludwig Van BEETHOVEN, Symphony No. 9


  • Venue : Maison symphonique
  • Producer / Presenter : Orchestre Métropolitain
  • Conductor : Yannick Nézet-Séguin
  • Prepared by : François A. Ouimet and Pierre Tourville
  • Artists : Chœur Métropolitain, with the participation of professional choristers
Season 2024/2025
Subscriptions Available with the Orchestre Métropolitain

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