Musical Brotherhood in Beethoven's "Symphony No. 9 in D minor" (Ode to Joy)
Few would argue that Beethoven's 9th ranks as one of Western art music's greatest symphonic masterpieces. Come enjoy a fascinating look into Beethoven's life, his daring musical language, and his overt charge of universal brotherhood. ONLY 4 SEATS LEFT!
Time & Location
Nov 08, 2018, 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Capital Grille (Limited Seating), 9005 Mercato Dr, Naples, FL 34108, USA
About The Event
Beethoven's "Symphony No. 9" is arguably one of the finest masterpieces in all of Western art music. Scholars and music lovers still marvel over the work's sublime beauty and powerful message to unite humanity. How does Beethoven musically represent such an ideology? And how can such a work be so easily accessible to the masses yet remain one of the composer's most complex compositions? Come enjoy a fascinating look into Beethoven, his daring musical language, and his overt charge of universal brotherhood!
A 3-course meal is included with your reservation. Reserve your seat online by using the link above. You can also reserve your seat by mailing a check made out to: Center for Public Musicology, c/o Tom Cimarusti, 389 Sweet Bay Lane, Naples, 34119. Please include the event title on the check.
Classic ticket holders will enjoy a 3-course meal and a non-alcoholic beverage. Upgrade to VIP or Patron status for additional dining options.$49.00
In addition to your 3-course meal, VIPs enjoy upgraded menu options and a glass of house wine.$69.00
Patrons will enjoy upgraded menu option(s), a glass of house wine or cocktail, will be recognized as a patron of the CPM, and will be invited to the Patrons of the CPM annual reception.$99.00