About CBSO 2021/22: Benjamin Grosvenor plays Beethoven
When Felix Mendelssohn came to Birmingham in 1837, we welcomed him like an international superstar. He’s still a real Birmingham favourite, and his joyous Italian symphony will be like summer sunshine on a November day. But genius runs in the family; so today, as well as Beethoven’s exuberant youthful concerto (played by Benjamin Grosvenor), Marta Gardolińska conducts the only orchestral work by Felix’s sister Fanny. It’s a gem.
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