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Work: Symphony no. 5 in C minor, Op.67

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ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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BudapestDénes Várjon and the Concerto Budapest • 2.1

Wavemaker Hungary - MUPA
Bartók, Beethoven
Concerto Budapest; András Keller; Dénes Várjon

LuganoEaster Concert: The Orchestra Mozart between Beethoven and Stravinsky

Beethoven, Stravinsky
Orchestra Mozart; Daniele Gatti; Raphael Christ; Gabriele Geminiani; Andrea Lucchesini

LondonConcerto Budapest Symphony Orchestra

Bartók, Mozart, Beethoven
Concerto Budapest; Angela Hewitt; András Keller

ToulousePom pom pom pom

Beethoven: Symphony no. 5 in C minor, Op.67
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse; Marzena Diakun; Jean-François Zygel

LondonLouis Lortie Presents: Musicians from Chapelle Reine Elisabeth

Beethoven
Louis Lortie; Salih Can Gevrek; Hélène Mercier
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Celebratory Philadelphia Orchestra reopens Carnegie Hall

After 572 dark days, there was music on the stage of Carnegie Hall. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts the Philadelphia Orchestra in a jubilant program, culminating in a blistering Beethoven’s Fifth.

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The Boston Symphony Orchestra rejoins Tanglewood

Emanuel Ax joins Nelsons and the BSO for Beethoven's big fives to re-open live music at Tanglewood.
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Beethoven’s “Fives” come alive in Virginia

Olga Kern, JoAnn Falletta and the Virginia Symphony deliver musical high-fives in Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and Emperor Concerto.  
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An online Beethovenathon: all nine symphonies across Europe in one day

An all-day Beethoven experience European style with both highs and lows: much diversity revealed and exploited but of variable quality.
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Sparkling Britten and joyous Beethoven from Spence and Søndergård

Thomas Søndergård steers the RSNO into the finale of their first digital season with Nicky Spence luminous in Britten’s Les Illuminations and the players joyous in Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.

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