- Produced by The Little Orchestra
- Price Tickets between £20 and £30 - see The Little Orchestra website for more details
- Get ready to join The Little Orchestra for a voyage of discovery of Beethoven’s 3rd Symphony, known as Eroica
- Bring along friends to catch up with- there’s time to mingle, chat and eat as well as experiencing a spellbinding show
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- See you at Oval Space
On 4th and 5th May, The Little Orchestra bring Eroica, Beethoven’s era- defining 3rd Symphony, to Oval Space.
Forged as a powerful expression of the human and spiritual ideals he held close to his heart, Beethoven’s 3rd Symphony tells the story of the hero and his journey towards fulfillment.
Nicholas, the conductor, will set the scene with his friendly introductions, sharing some of the stories and ideas behind the music. In an intimate and beautiful setting, on a comfy sofa if you feel like treating yourself and a friend, this is a wonderful opportunity to get close to the full sound of Beethoven’s orchestra and experience the struggle, anguish, and triumph of his epic portrayal of heroism through music.
After the final resounding chord of the symphony has died away, the bar reopens and the evening becomes social – a little party you are warmly invited to… To help set the mood, there will be some suitably cool live jazz, which TLO will be announcing nearer the time…
Enjoy the atmosphere, relax with friends and meet the young, talented musicians who play in the orchestra, as well as Nicholas and the team, before the carriages are called at midnight. ……………………………………………………………………………………….
COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend The Little Orchestra presents Eroica at Oval Space at 19;00 on Thursday 4th May at Oval Space. To enter the competition, send an email to email@example.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.
Q: Who did Beethoven originally dedicate his third symphony to?
A: .1) Jérôme Bonaparte .2) Archduke Rudolph .3) Prince Lobkowitz .4) Napoleon Bonaparte