1779. Eight-year-old Ludwig van Beethoven, called “Louis”, is already known as a musical prodigy. He learns to go his own way – much to the dismay of the people around him. Some years later, he meets Mozart during times of political upheaval. Facing times of family tragedies and unrequited love, he almost gives up. Louis makes it to Vienna to study under Haydn in 1792, and the rest is history. At the end of his life, the master is isolated by loss of loved ones and hearing.
RUNTIME: 120 minutes
DIRECTOR: Niki Stein
SCREENWRITER: Niki Stein
PRODUCER: Ernst Ludwig Ganzert
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Jan Novotný
FILMMAKER: Niki Stein
CAST: Tobias Moretti, Colin Pütz, Anselm Bresgott, Ulrich Noethen
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Arthur W. Ahrweiler
EDITOR: Jan Pusch
PRODUCTION DESIGN: Benedikt Herforth
The gift of music never grows old! The Symphony Store stocks exclusive music-themed gifts and classical music merchandise sourced from around the world. From iconic CSO recordings to kid-friendly books and toys, we are dedicated to helping you find outstanding gifts for music lovers of all ages. This year’s holiday sale is bigger than ever with over 700 products on sale — shop online at symphonystore.com.
Offers valid online only, as the Symphony Store in the Elizabeth Morse Genius Music Lab is not offering an in-person shopping experience at this time.Shop Now
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20% OFF JEWELRY
From timeless designs by Patricia Locke to unique pieces made from piano wire, we offer a wide array of jewelry for people of all ages. During our holiday sale, all in-stock jewelry is 20% off, including newly added collections for younger audiences!Shop Jewelry
30% OFF STATIONERY
The Symphony Store stocks greeting cards for all occasions: birthdays, weddings, holidays and “just because!” Save 30% on your purchase of select stationery this holiday season – a great opportunity to plan for January and February birthdays!
40% OFF CSO EXCLUSIVES
Sport your CSO pride with custom-branded apparel, face masks, accessories and more, all at 40% off. Now’s your last chance to purchase commemorative Beethoven 250 merchandise!
50% OFF ICONIC RECORDINGS
Our biggest CD sale ever! Over 100 recordings, including Grammy-winning recordings by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, rare recordings by Riccardo Muti, highlights of seasons past and recent recordings of the orchestra on CSO Resound, are all 50% off for the holidays. Stuff those stockings with the stellar sounds of the world’s leading orchestras!
Spice up your Friendsgiving this year with PROXI’s Thanksgiving-inspired but globe-trotting menu. For those of us who aren’t crazy about traditional turkey and stuffing, but still want the comfort of familiar fall flavors, this adventurous menu is for you. And don’t forget the drinks — wine by the bottle is available for purchase.
Place your order by Thursday, 11/12, for pickup on November 19-21. $120 for two.
Sepia is excited to offer its first-ever Thanksgiving menu this year. The menu is an elevated, intimate Thanksgiving offering, perfect for two available for $160. Enjoy all the familiar flavors of Thanksgiving, but with Michelin-starred interpretation and execution from Chef Andrew Zimmerman. Wine by the bottle is available for purchase for a complete feast.
Place your order by Wednesday, November 18, for pickup on November 25 or 26.
“This year, more than ever, we should recognize the first responders who died in the line of duty on Sept. 11, 2001, as today their brother and sister first responders are putting their lives on the line every day, providing emergency response during the pandemic. We should never forget and always be thankful for those who run toward danger, at risk to themselves, to protect everyone else,”
-Hunterdon County Sheriff Fred W. Brown
Official Link: https://www.letour.fr/en
The 2020 Tour de France began on Saturday, August 29 and goes through September 20. The three-week long cycling event was originally scheduled to take place from June 27 to July 19 but was postponed. This year marks the 107th edition of the event and the first time since the end of World War II that the race is not taking place in July. The 2020 Tour also features 12 new sites and stage cities indicated with an asterisk in the list for the 2020 Tour de France schedule below.
How many stages?
There are 21 stages: 9 flat, 3 hilly, 8 mountain stages, and 1 individual time trial.
What is the remaining 2020 Tour de France schedule and route?
|10||September 8||The Chateau d’Oleron||Ile de Re Saint-Martin-de-Re*||170 km||Flat|
|11||September 9||Châtelaillon-Plage*||Poitiers||167 km||Flat|
|12||September 10||Chauvigny*||Sarran Corrèze||218 km||Hilly|
|13||September 11||Châtel-Guyon*||Puy Mary Cantal*||191 km||Mountain|
|14||September 12||Clermont-Ferrand||Lyon||197 km||Flat|
|15||September 13||Lyon||Grand Colombier*||175 km||Mountain|
|September 14 – Rest Day|
|16||September 15||La Tour-du-Pin||Villard-de-Lans||164 km||Mountain|
|17||September 16||Grenoble||Col de la Loze||168 km||Mountain|
|18||September 17||Méribel||La-Roche-sur-Foron*||168 km||Mountain|
|19||September 18||Bourg-en-Bresse||Champagnole||160 km||Flat|
|20||September 19||Lure*||Planche de Belles Filles||36 km||Time Trial|
|21||September 20||Mantes-la-Jolie*||Paris (Champs- Élysées)||122 km||Flat|
With a spirit of equality and faith and a belief of development and togetherness, may the country always flourishes and celebrates many more years. Wishing you all Happy Labor Day!