Beethoven's 9th

Gulbenkian Choir and Orchestra

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  • Conductor
  • Soprano
  • Gerhild Romberger Mezzo-soprano
  • Tenor
  • Alexander Grassauer Bass-Baritone

Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphony No. 9, in D minor, op. 125

For some years, Joana Carneiro divided her passion for music with an academic path that led her to study medicine. However, at the age of 18, when she conducted an orchestra for the first time and led that immense mass of sound through Beethoven’s music (Symphony No. 1), she realised that the call could not be ignored. Beethoven has been present at key moments in the conductor’s career and it is to the German composer that she now returns with the Gulbenkian Choir and Orchestra to conduct Symphony No. 9, one of the most iconographic works in the repertoire.

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