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Beethoven 4

8 March 2025 at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Beethoven Piano Concerto No.4; Symphony No.4

Viv Mclean piano

Both the Piano Concerto No. 4 and the Fourth Symphony were composed in 1806 and received their public premieres in 1808. The Piano Concerto is the most frequently performed of all Beethoven’s concertos, and the Fourth Symphony, the least performed of all his symphonies, despite being considered a masterpiece by many leading musicologists. When Beethoven’s younger contemporary Hector Berlioz heard the symphony he wrote that the slow movement was the work of the Archangel Michael, and not that of a human.

Pre-concert talk with Steve Clarke begins at 6.45pm. Doors open at 6.15pm for the talk and at 7.15pm for the concert only.

Individual concert prices

Tickets for Henleaze Concert Society members £15
Tickets for non members £18
Under 25 year olds £5

The ticket price includes a programme and interval drink.

How to book

Book tickets online – link coming soon

You can also book by sending a cheque payable to Henleaze Concert Society, covering note and SAE to 2 Saville Mews, Kingsdown Parade, Bristol BS6 5UL

Tickets are available on the door from 6.15pm.

Season Tickets and Annual Society Membership

Season tickets are only £85 including Society Membership and admission to all six concerts from September to July. Alternatively, becoming a member of Henleaze Concert Society for £12 entitles you to book tickets for individual concerts at the members’ discounted rate. Season tickets and membership are available to buy by post by returning the Ticket Order Form with your payment and a stamped addressed envelope.


8 March 2025
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Trinity-Henleaze URC
Waterford Road
Bristol, BS9 4BT United Kingdom
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