An afternoon with the Brooklyn Symphony


If you thought 2020 was only about horrific political news, you should know that there is some reason to celebrate, as it is also the year that Ludwig van Beethoven would have turned 250. The Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra is kicking off the festivities with a live afternoon concert at the Brooklyn Museum featuring his “Leonore” Overture from his opera Fidelio. The program, which begins at 2pm on Sunday, also includes pieces by Franz Liszt, Arturo Marquez, and Pyotr Tchaikovsky. GA tickets are $20 if you buy them in advance, and admission is free for anyone under 16. 

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