We play one of Beethoven’s most innovative works with violin soloist Veronika Eberle.
Ludvig van Beethoven’s (1770–1827) Violin Concerto was performed for the first time in Vienna in 1806. In a time when the world was shaken by the Napoleonic wars, the concerto starts with five tentative strikes to the timpani, faintly echoing the cacophony of war. The opening motive runs like a red thread through the whole of the first movement, which upended conventions on what a concerto could be.
The violin concerto did not become popular before the 1840s, when the young star violinist Joseph Joachim performed it with cadenzas – solo parts for the violin – he had composed himself.
(Translation from Norwegian: Sarah Osa)
We currently have reduced audience capacity due to infection control regulations. Some concerts are therefore sold out or nearly sold out. We hope to be able to welcome larger audiences soon!
- Adult: 150 - 380 NOK
- Student: 150 - 190 NOK
- Child: 150 NOK