The Beethoven Experience BE@TH.FM

The Hamptons Festival of Music – TH.FM for short – is pleased to partner with local arts organizations, galleries, and leading arts & educational institutes to celebrate the community’s prestigious history and love of the Arts.  This year’s theme of “The Hero’s Journey” offers us the opportunity to come together and reconnect through the Arts.

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BE@TH.FM - What is it?

From September 5-11, 2022 – each participating Artist and Arts space in the Hamptons will showcase their own Heroic Journey through the eyes and ears of Beethoven, culminating in the final performance of Beethoven Symphony No. 7 by the internationally acclaimed musicians of TH.FM and Maestro Michael Palmer. We invite you to join every step of this journey as we deconstruct and reconstruct Beethoven’s music for the Hamptons community.

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Beethoven - The 'Influencer'

Beethoven’s universal language of human expression and his revolutionary character continues to influence our lives today.  See, hear, and feel the creative process unfold, as leading artists throughout the Hamptons demonstrate and showcase Beethoven’s legacy. 

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There is no greater pleasure for me than to practice and exhibit my art.  ~ Ludwig van Beethoven

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Join the Journey

The interdisciplinary art project “BE@THFM“ is created to serve TH.FM’s mission of “Music and Art in Concert.”
It also aims to connect a new generation of audience and the greater art community in the Hamptons through classical music.  Featured visual artists for the inaugural year include:  Nicole Corbett, East Hampton, NY and Crypton, artist collective, Seoul, KOREA.