Ludwig: Heroes and Revolution
Join the Spartanburg Philharmonic online as we embark on a sublime musical journey through the sweeping, often turbulent emotions found in some of classical music's most revolutionary and heroic works. We begin with a piece by renaissance-man and composer, Le Chevalier Saint-Georges. His Symphony no. 1, II. Andante brings his prowess as a fencer to bear as the thrust and parry of the strings adds depth to his graceful and understated score and brings to mind classic duels fought by the famed Musketeers of the French Revolution. Then, from the revolutionary to the heroic, Roumain's String Quartet no. 5 captures both in a rousing and uplifting sweep of strings and percussion that pays homage to one of history's bravest women - Rosa Parks. For our final piece, Beethoven' brash and bold Eroica Symphony, we honor classical music's greatest composer by celebrating his 250th Birthday as well as his masterful symphonies that revolutionized classical music and responded to social change. Experience the Spartanburg Philharmonic in an entirely new way as we take you online and onstage for an incredible concert experience.
Category: Live Music | Classical
General Admission: USD 35.00