Beethoven's Uplifting "Ode to Joy" and More With The Philadelphia Orchestra at Wolf Trap
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The last date listed for The Philadelphia Orchestra: Beethoven's 9th was Saturday June 28, 2014 / 8:15pm.
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My wife and I picked up picnic supplies and were able to share a picnic table with another couple. The weather was great, and it was just a short walk to the Center entrance. Our seats were about half-way back towards the side, but we had a good view and good sound from there. We enjoyed the music, and it was a very enjoyable evening overall.
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