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2018.03.16 (FRI) 08: 00 pm Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Center

    70,000(R), 50,000(S), 30,000(A), 20,000(B), 10,000(C)

conductor - Antonio Méndez

violin - Veronica Eberle

※ Artists, program, date and venue are subject to change.

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About the Concert


March 16 FRI 20:00 | Seoul Arts Center, Concert Hall


Antonio Mendez, conductor

Veronika Eberle, violin


Mendelssohn, Ruy Blas Overture, Op. 95

Schumann, Violin Concerto in D minor

------------ Intermission 15mins -----------

Beethoven, Symphony No. 3, Op. 55 ‘Eroica’

 Total Duration: 102mins(incl. intermission)

Two chords ring out – and Ludwig van Beethoven changes the face of western music. Eroica means “heroic”, and Beethoven was inspired to write his explosive new symphony by the exploits of Napoleon Bonaparte. “If I understood war like I understand music, I would conquer him!”, he declared. Two centuries on, the Eroicais a thrilling climax to any concert, and our dynamic young Spanish guest-conductor sets the mood with Mendelssohn’s grand gothic overture (it’s got a tune that you won’t stop humming for days). And then we’re delighted to welcome Veronika Eberle, a violinist whom the South China Post described as “flawless”. She’ll bring out all the dark beauty of Schumann’s brooding Violin Concerto.

 Program Note by Richard Bratby

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