Please post Virtual, Free, Event:Will last for 24 hours on Wednesday, Dec, 16, 2020.This celebration will be streamed live on YouTube: https://youtu.be/iyjWFntIiiYThe Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture will present a 24-hour international celebration of the life of Beethoven on December 16, 2020, his 250 birthday, and we want youand the whole worldto come to the party!!The name of Ludwig van Beethoven has over more than two centuries become nearly interchangeable with the Idea of Freedom all over the world. No matter what language is spoken, Beethovens music is understood wherever people struggle for something better, in themselves, in others, and in society. His music transcends all boundaries, defies categorization, and insists that nothingnot even deafnesscan defeat a person in whom even Death is swallowed up in victory. As pianist Claudio Arrau once remarked, in Beethoven, there is always a portrayal of the most noble of struggles. And in the end, he wins! Join us that day, starting at midnight, as we share greetings from around the world; video tributes of various types; and mostly, his glorious music, celebrating his mind, artistic vision, and mission. It will be live moderated with special guests, commentaries and rare recordings of Beethovens work. SCHEDULE: 0:00 Early Sonatas 1-3:00 Symphony No. 1 & 2 4:00 Piano Trios 5:00 Beethoven and the Heroic 6:00 Beethoven's vocal music 7:00 Symphony No. 3 8:00 Poetry and Drama 9:00 Violin Sonatas 10:00 the Young Beethoven 11:00 Beethoven and the Tragic 12:00 Violin Concerto 13:00 Cello sonata & triple Concerto 14:00 Beethoven & the unexpected 15:00 String Quartets 16:00 International tributes 17:00 Symphony No. 418-19:00 Symphony 5, 6, Choral Fantasy 20:00 The International Beethoven 21:00 Middle Sonatas 22:00 Symphony 7&8 23:00 Late Sonatas 24:00 Symphony 9This celebration will be streamed live on YouTube: https://youtu.be/iyjWFntIiiYThe FFRCC invites our friends and the world to join us in this celebration. So that, all over the planet, on December 16, Beethovens voice rings out, loudly and clearly, across the whole universe of human experience. In this way, for that day, music can overpower and even swallow up the tones of division and discord that seek to divide us. So that on this day, we celebrate that we are all one human race, that Alle menschen werden brder--all men shall be brothers.For more info about our Foundation: www.FFRCC.org
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