Simon Ible, conductorLeland Chen, violin
War with France put a damper on artistic life in Vienna in the summer of 1806, but winter brought a revival and the first large-scale orchestral concert was given by the violinist Franz Clement, leader of the Vienna Opera Orchestra. Beethoven wrote his violin concerto for this event. Today, it is praised as a masterpiece of tenderness and serenity.
Saturday 7 November | 19:30
Minister Church of St Andrew, Royal Parade, Plymouth
Tickets: £17 | Friends of Peninsula Arts, Ten Tors Orchestra & SPiA: £15. Ticket discounts available via Artory app