Plaque

Beethoven's 9th

Erection date: 11/8/2013

Inscription

The British Premiere of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, commissioned by the Philharmonic Society of London, was given on 21 March 1825 in the Argyll Rooms Concert Hall on this site.
Royal Philharmonic Society
City of Westminster

Site: Beethoven's 9th (1 memorial)

W1, Regent Street, 252, NatWest Bank

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Beethoven's 9th

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Argyll Rooms Concert Hall

The 'Argyll Rooms' venue opened in 1806.  A new building was designed, as par...

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Ludwig van Beethoven

Composer. Born (we only have his baptism date) in Bonn (now Germany). His nin...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Beethoven's 9th

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Royal Philharmonic Society

Created as the Philharmonic Society of London, it had an orchestra which init...

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Westminster City Council

The ancient parish of St Margaret's was divided into St Margaret's and St Joh...

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