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Decades after the teenage Beethoven first read “An die Freude,” his Enlightenment ideals had been trampled but not extinguished by a series of repressive regimes. In 1824, when saying the word “freedom” could get you arrested in Austria, resurrecting Schiller’s humanist anthem was a revolutionary act.
These concerts are made possible by the Matthew Kelly Family Foundation.
Enrich Your Experience
- Thursday, October 19, 6:30pm-7:00pm: Learn about the SF Symphony Chorus’ 50-year history in a preconcert discussion featuring Chorus Director Jenny Wong and Chorus members Corty Fengler, Seth Brenzel, and Laura Prichard, hosted by Jeffrey Jordan and presented from the stage.