*Tickets starting at $38.00 | Single tickets on sale July 15 at 10:00am
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Christian Kluxen, conductor
Alexandria Shiner, soprano
Megan Latham, mezzo-soprano
Andrew Haji, tenor
Dashon Burton, bass
Victoria Choral Society
Beethoven, Symphony No. 1
Beethoven, Symphony No. 9 “Ode to Joy”
Beethoven 250 concludes by displaying his creation from its youthful dawn to climactic conclusion. His first symphony unfolded the beginning of a new era in music, building on the achievements of Haydn and Mozart. Symphony No. 9 remains an unquestioned masterpiece for the ages, perhaps the most famous of the entire classical repertoire, celebrating mankind’s potential through a message of praise, passion and glory.
The policies of the Victoria Symphony, the Royal Theatre and the University of Victoria state that every person must have a ticket in order to be admitted to a performance. Children five years and older are welcome at all regular Victoria Symphony concerts. There are no age restrictions at Concerts for Kids, but all patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Babes-in-arms at Concerts for Kids will be issued a complimentary seat next to their parent or guardian.