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Beethoven Snapshots

  • Date 26 Sep 2020
  • Time Available from 7.00pm
  • Category Music and performance

Welcome Week 2020

On December 16, 1770, Ludwig van Beethoven popped into the world, no doubt humming the first few bars of his 9 Variations on a March. This makes 2020 the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth, and for the first time, the Department of Music is launching a special opportunity for new and returning students to collaborate on a unique project to commemorate this milestone and the new academic year: to record and respond to Beethoven's pioneering Piano Concertos with a brand-new work. Join us this evening for our world premiere of Beethoven Snapshots.

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This online event will be premiere on this page and will be available to view for one month.

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