Beethoven’s Fifth with the BPO @Kleinhan's



 

Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. at Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Kleinhans Music Hall (3 Symphony Cir.; bpo.org or 885-5000)

 

How did Beethoven compose music without being able to hear it? How? Now we can find out. At this special evening at Kleinhans, the audience listens to Beethoven’s masterpiece while exploring his increasing hearing loss and how his passion transcended his physical limitations. Learn how this genius created such extraordinary music as deafness engulfed him. Experts from the UB Medical School join the BPO for this multimedia presentation to help us understand the causes and effects of hearing loss. Stefan Sanders conducts.

 

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