In celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday, two elegant virtuosos perform some of his masterworks with the inimitable Freiburg Baroque Orchestra. Artistic director and “prince of the fortepiano” Kristian Bezuidenhout (Times, U.K.) performs the bold Concerto No. 3 in C minor alongside his period-instrument orchestra, and violinist Isabelle Faust imbues her indomitable spirit into Beethoven’s iconoclastic Violin Concerto.

The Program

“One of the most stylish and versatile of early music ensembles.”
– New York Classical Review
“The finest living exponent of the fortepiano.”
– Herald (Scotland) on Kristian Bezuidenhout

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Pre-Concert Recital

Alice Tully Hall 

FREE for Ticket Holders


Pre-Concert recital at 2:00 pm with Isabelle Faust, violin, and Kristin Bezuidenthout, fortepiano in Alice Tully Hall

Mozart: Sonata in G major, K. 379


1941 Broadway


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Freiburg Baroque Orchestra

Sunday, July 26, 2020 at 3:00 pm Alice Tully Hall

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Freiburg Baroque Orchestra

Kristian Bezuidenhout, fortepiano

Isabelle Faust, violin

Gottfried von der Goltz, concertmaster

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The Freiburg Baroque Orchestra gratefully acknowledges the Goethe Institute for their generous support.