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Beethoven: Coriolan Overture

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Boston Philharmonic Orchestra (Sanders Hall, February 2019)


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The Coriolan Overture is the only genuinely tragic piece of music that Beethoven ever composed. Darkly dramatic, compressed, almost claustrophobic, it is one of the composer’s most unusual orchestral works.

‘It has never been realized in the way Beethoven intended it to be played. I promise a shocking and thrilling performance of the Coriolan!’

— Benjamin Zander

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