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London Chamber Orchestra

Venue: Cadogan Hall


Piano Trio No. 11 (Kakadu)
Triple Concerto
Symphony No. 4


Lorenza Borrani
Luise Buchberger
Kristian Bezuidenhout

From early in his career, Beethoven made the piano trio very much his own. The youthful ‘Kakadu’ variations show his genius for taking a banal melody and sending it up with a sequence of brilliant variations.

Beethoven took things a stage further when he set a piano trio against an orchestra in his Triple Concerto. Written a couple of years later, Beethoven’s Fourth Symphony finds him at his most delectably Haydnesque.

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