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Symphony No.5 C minor, op.67
If we ask a random person about the music that Beethoven wrote, most likely they will try to describe or sing the four measures that the Fifth symphony starts with. It is like “fate knocking at the door”, said about them the composer himself. The Fifth symphony, which the composer worked on for more than three years, is focused on relations between human and destiny, fate, or doom. By the way, the opening motif of the symphony gained a symbolic status and is broadly used in this quality not only in academic, but also in mass culture, including cinema, television, and commercials.
By its participation in the BEET250VEN on-line festival, the Digital Orchestra by Golikov, probably one of the most ambitious orchestra projects of 2020, goes down in history. The cross-border musical ensemble consists of like-minded musicians who are ready to experiment with musical and performing forms and go outside the established framework. The orchestra received the status of the festival resident and will perform Beethoven’s symphonies in modern interpretation.
The Fifth symphony will be performed in a unique art space – the Museum of Street Art in Saint Petersburg. Inside the museum premises, factory architecture overlaps with street art, which consistently remains sensitive about acute society problems. The museum unites creative, non-trivial people who sincerely love art of any format – in one word, Beethoven’s Fifth symphony will fit in well here.
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