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Prom 5: Beethoven – Missa solemnis at the Royal Albert Hall on 19th July 2016



In 1819 Ludwig van Beethoven was stirred by a new creative energy. Sketched over the next four years, on specially enlarged sheets of paper, was the work Beethoven himself came to admire above all others: his grand solemn mass, the Missa solemnis.
Using every means of musical imagery available, Beethoven demonstrated his supreme mastery of the orchestral-choral model in this musical glimpse of heaven.
The BBC Philharmonic, along with the Hallé Choir and Manchester Chamber Choir, bring Beethoven’s vision to life under the orchestra’s dynamic Conductor Laureate, Gianandra Noseda, recently named Music Director Designate of Washington’s National Symphony Orchestra.


Missa solemnis 90’


Camilla Nylund soprano
Birgit Remmert mezzo-soprano
Stuart Skelton tenor
Hanno Müller-Brachmann bass
Hallé Choir
Manchester Chamber Choir
BBC Philharmonic
Gianandrea Noseda conductor

There will be no interval

For more information and book tickets, visit the Royal Albert Hall website here

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