Beethoven's Great Symphonies at the Hermitage TheaterOn May 2, the majestic hall of the Hermitage Theater will open its doors so that you can enjoy selected masterpieces of the classical symphonic heritage. The Fifth Symphony, which amazes with its laconic presentation, compactness of forms, striving for development, seems to be born in a single creative impulse. Subsequently, the Fifth Symphony became the most popular in the composer's legacy. The seventh symphony, relatively small, seems transparent, clear and light. The composer himself appreciated it very highly: “Among my best compositions, I can proudly point to the symphony in A major.” Two magnificent symphonies of the legendary Ludwig van Beethoven for you this evening will be played by the Concert Symphony Orchestra of the St. Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory. Conductor - Honored Artist of Russia Alexey Vasiliev. Evening program: Ludwig Van Beethoven Symphony No. 5: Allegro con brio Andante con moto Allegro Allegro Symphony No. 7: Poco sostenuto. Vivace Allegretto Presto Allegro con brio Performers: Concert Symphony Orchestra of the St. Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory. Conductor - Honored Artist of Russia Alexey Vasiliev Attention! We care about the health of our guests! All participants are requested to wear masks and gloves and maintain social distance. The duration of the concert is 1 hour 20 minutes without intermission; the concert is intended for all categories of spectators over 6 and under 65.