Amid the madness of 2020, the world’s most brilliant (and mad) composer would have celebrated his 250th birthday. If there was ever a time to hear Beethoven’s work, it’s certainly as we begin the second quarter-millennium of his genius. Inspiring everyone from Chuck Berry to T.S. Eliot and Schroeder from Peanuts, consider it your moral imperative to see our talented musicians pay homage to classical music’s most famous composer.
Laura Albers, violin Vijay Gupta, violin Mark Jackobs, viola Joel Noyes, cello Benjamin Hochman, piano Concert commentary by Jamey Lamar
Same program each night.
Starts at $336 per table (seats 4)
🍽 Strings Patio: 5:30pm Sunday Patrons of our Sunday night performance may purchase a sumptuous French/European dinner, the menu perfectly paired with the evening’s music. Tickets are limited: please purchase in advance. Adults $44, ages 12 and under $33.