Beethoven's Septet in E Flat Major
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St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble continues to celebrate Beethoven with one of his greatest and epic chamber works, the Septet in E-flat Major. Written just before his First Symphony, the Septet is almost symphonic in its rich, varied texture created by the combination of strings and woodwinds, an ideal piece for the ensemble to honor this great composer.
Venue: The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Ave
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