|Event Name:||Cancelled Live Music: Beethoven's Mighty Choral Symphony No. 9|
|Event Description:||Beethoven composed the Symphony No. 1 at the age of twenty-nine. It was composed 1795-1800 and contains many of his teacher, Joseph Haydn's influences, as well as Mozart's. It was first performed in Vienna in 1800. It is written in the traditional four movement symphonic form employing a mostly fast tempo.
Beethoven's Ninth Symphony is regarded as Beethoven's greatest work and one of the supreme achievements in the history of western music. It stands out as one of the most performed symphonies of the world. It was the first example of a major composer using voices in a symphony. This is the first performance of the work by the Aiken Symphony Orchestra, and the Aiken Symphony Festival Chorus.
|Contact Person or Organization:||Aiken Symphony Orchestra|
|Start Date/Time:||5/8/2021 7:30 PM|
|Directions:||The Etherredge Center
340 Scholar Loop
Aiken, SC 29801