Alan Gilbert conducts Beethoven’s grand Ninth Symphony, with its iconic finale, “Ode to Joy.” This symphonic celebration of universal brotherhood transports us from anguish to joy, conflict to harmony. It’s perfectly paired with Schoenberg’s powerful A Survivor from Warsaw, as both works explore, in Alan Gilbert’s words, “the triumph of faith and the indomitable nature of the human spirit.”
A Survivor from Warsaw - Schoenberg
Symphony No. 9 - Beethoven
Alan Gilbert, Conductor
Camilla Tilling, Soprano
Daniela Mack, Mezzo-Soprano
Joseph Kaiser, Tenor
Eric Owens, Bass-Baritone
Westminster Symphonic Choir, Joe Miller, director
$45.00 - $150.00
Lincoln Center - David Geffen Hall
65th and Broadway, New York, NY 10023
Part of Lincoln Center, one of the world's leading cultural centers, it is a triumph of modern architecture. All side seating faces ninety degrees to the stage.
members' rating of venue:
1/9 66th Street / Lincoln Center
Specify "wheelchair location" when ordering tickets. Call the House Manager on the morning of the performance to ensure that the seats will be removed (212-875-5007). Infrared available, large print and braille programs available, elevator access to all seat locations (but there may be stairs going down to loge and balcony seating).