The precision of 30 virtuosi, the power of a live musical experience, and a passion that only classical music can evoke. Add the majesty and thunder of Beethoven’s revolutionary genius and one has the makings of Brooklyn Metro Chamber Orchestra’s opening concert. Led by internationally acclaimed conductor Philip Nuzzo, the BMCO presents two of the great master's works.
Award winning artist Yoon Lee joins BMCO to perform Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5, “Emperor,” his final and most majestic work for piano and orchestra. Maestro Nuzzo's baton ignites the fuse for the sonic fireworks of Beethoven's popular Fifth Symphony. From the famous opening notes that led the allies to victory, to its thunderous conclusion, this iconic but rarely played work always brings audiences to their feet. Join Brooklyn’s premiere orchestra as the 17th year of their musical journey continues at the beautiful St. Ann & Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn on October 27th, 2019 at 4pm.