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Discovery Day: Beethoven Symphonies
Carnegie Hall - Joan & Sanford I. Weill Recital Hall
Nov 15 2015
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Ever since its foundation, Carnegie Hall has been all about the promotion and preservation of all forms of classical music. It has been a lifelong advocate and a supporter of the performing arts, and has been doing so with utmost loyalty each season with its array of various community efforts as well as all the programs that its stages in the concert hall. For many years, Carnegie Hall has been a place where numerous renowned and uprising artists have performed and called it their home. In New York City, the hall current stands as a prime concert venue that has become a part of the city’s cultural and traditional heritage.
Each season, Carnegie Hall does a fine job of keeping its patrons coming back for more with its lineup of exciting and enchanting events. Discovery Day, presented by Carnegie Hall, is one of those exciting series of events that will take place this season at world’s one of the most prestigious concert halls. Discovery Day has become a regular series of concerts and talks regarding the various subjects regarding the music from around the world. Through Discovery Days, Carnegie Hall sheds light upon various subjects related to the world of arts and music. Patrons from all over the place grab Discovery Day tickets to be a part of this informative yet entertaining event each season at the Hall.
Discovery Days calls upon some of the most authoritative figures from across the world to present the audience members with some in-depth discussions, and lectures which further add the context up to all the festivals and musical series that take place at the concert hall. Moreover, all of that is further followed by live musical performances as well. Discovery Days takes upon various topics for its talks and discussion, and calls upon some of the veterans of the subject area. Among some of the topics of discussion for this season include El Sistema which is staged in relationship with a festival called Voices from Latin America. El Sistema is an educational program of Venezuela, which has been incredibly successful. With the event, the audience members will get to explore this incredible Venezuelan educational program and how it has affected the American people over the years. The event will be featuring the screening of a documentary called Dudamel: Let the Children Play, a panel discussion along with Dr. Jose Antonio Abreu and a lecture by Dr. Leon Botstein. The event will also be featuring Gustavo Dudamel as a panelist and Jeremy Geffen as the Moderator.
Another topic of discussion at the Discovery Days series this season is the Rite of Spring. Composed between 1911 and 1913 by Igor Stravinsky, the Rite of Spring is one of the most influential and celebrated French ballet of the 20th century. It has now been a century since the ballet originally made its world premiere and later went on to enjoy explosive popularity in the world of ballets. The ballet has gone on to inspire and influence many works as such, of the present times. With Richard Taruskin as the Keynote lecturer, the event will dissect the aspects of this renowned ballet which made it such a celebrated piece of art. The event will also look upon its influence on the 20th century ballet culture and will be presented in context with Salon Encores.
Apart from that the Discovery Day will also be having an event where it will be celebrating and talking about the works of a renowned English composer, Benjamin Britten. Britten has been a renowned and an influential figure of the 20th century classical music scene of Britain. With numerous instrumental, choral, and orchestral works of music to his name, Britten’s work deserve an event that celebrates his contribution to the world of classical music. Be a part of this enriching experience this season with Discovery Day tickets.