Charles Ives - The Unaswered question Franz Schubert - Symphony no.7 'Unfinished' - Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony no.7
The twentieth century represented an unprecedented turning point in the history of classical music. Avantguardes and experimentations with sound and musical forms soon began defining the landscapes of composition trends. Charles Ives had studied music at Yale University but worked as an insurer for his own insurance company Ives & Co, when he composed The Unaswered Question in 1908. This short piece raises the deep question that most of us musicians are still trying to answer today. In this short concert Fidelio Orchestra will give a tentative answer by having this piece followed with no interruption by Schubert's unfinished masterpiece. The dances will close in the second half with Beethoven's rumbustious seventh symphony, a piece known to bring excitement and thrill to all audiences.
Food from our ad-hoc tapas menu and drinks will be available to purchase before and after the concert. The menu will be revealed on the day!
No age limit