How to get Philharmonic Beethoven Walt Disney Concert Hall Tickets.
Select from one of the Walt Disney Concert Hall or other Los Angeles Philharmonic Beethoven scheduled concerts above to see our complete inventory of seats all with no extra fees on tickets. At Barry's Tickets, the price you see is the price you pay. For concerts at the Bowl use our interactive Walt Disney Concert Hall seating chart to help you select the best seats for your budget. Choose from quantity, price range or sections. You can compare multiple sections at one time all while viewing the stage from all areas of the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
When you have found your ideal seats for their show, you can decide on how to receive your seats by either selecting E-Download, Federal Express or pickup at one of our two offices located in Downtown Los Angeles or Calabasas. You can choose to purchase seats by credit card, PayPal or Amazon Checkout and hit submit. If you have any questions or want to order over the phone, please call us at (866) 708-8499.
You can review all your information before submitting you order. Barry's Tickets backs all orders with a 100% Buyer Guarantee that you will receive your tickets in time for the concert and with no service fees or hidden extra charges on your order.
More about Philharmonic Beethoven.
During the summer of 1811, Beethoven was suffering through hard times. His music was popular, but his health was moribund, and his growing deafness seemed irreversible. In hopes of relief, Beethoven traveled to the northern Bohemian spa city of Teplitz , where he remained for much of the summer. Rather than getting better, his hearing gradually worsened. Still, the trip was worthwhile, for it was in Teplitz that Beethoven met one of the outstanding figures of German culture, the writer and statesman Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The composer (Beethoven) had long well-liked the author. Now, the author had a chance to assess the composer, and he was clearly impressed. Goethe later recalled that time, saying, "I have never met an artist of such spiritual concentration and intensity, such vitality and magnanimity.
I can well understand how hard he must find it to adapt himself to the world and its ways." Goethe's description of Beethoven as a lofty misfit was thoroughly accurate, but he may have overlooked a significant fact, that the composer's well-noted "intensity" frequently allowed him to overcome opposition, to write some of his most cheerful pieces in the midst of sad times. We carry cheap Beethoven Tickets for the Walt Disney Concert Hall - the Beethoven Cycles 7; eight are now playing at the Walt Disney Concert Hall if you are a Beethoven fan - come now and buy from us Beethoven Tickets and you can listen to Beethoven symphonies live.
Beethoven's Seventh Symphony was begun in Teplitz and finished several months later. The composer himself conducted the premiere in 1813 at a Viennese concert to benefit Austrian and Bavarian soldiers who had been injured at the battle of Hanau in the Napoleonic Wars. That same program also featured the premiere of another Beethoven work, the martial Wellington 's Victory. Patriotic Viennese delighted in the program, which was such an achievement that it had to be repeated four days later. Eventually, Wellington 's Victory was dismissed as being of little lasting importance, but the Beethoven symphony has had a happier history. Beethoven called it his "most excellent symphony," and one music critic of the time reported, "this symphony is the richest melodiously and the most pleasing and comprehensible of all Beethoven symphonies."
On the rebel side, Carl Maria von Weber heard the piece as evidence that its composer was "now quite ripe for the madhouse," and, Friedrich Wieck, Clara Schumann's father, maintain that the music could only have been written by someone who was gravely intoxicated. Regardless of Beethoven's state of mind, or his state of sobriety, this Beethoven symphony is one of the composer's most optimistic works, and it has won some influential friends. Richard Wagner, who often faced his hostile critics, thought the piece was ideal dance music, calling it "the apotheosis of the dance." In Wagner's words, "if anyone plays the Seventh, tables and benches, cans and cups, the grandmother, the blind and the lame, age, the children in the cradle fall to dancing." Eager to prove this original theory, Wagner once danced to the Seventh Symphony, accompanied by Franz Liszt at the piano. It must have been quite a show! Are you a Beethoven fan - do you love Beethoven Symphonies - now you can enjoy the Beethoven cycle 7, eight playing live at the Walt Disney Concert Hall by buying from us cheap Beethoven Tickets for the Beethoven Concert show at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.