22May20:00PostponedMusical Souvenirs - From the wellsprings of Mozart’s inspirationMelk - Melk Abbey, KolomanisaalDue to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, this concert has to be postponed.
Giuseppe Misliwecek, detto il Boemo: Sinfonia V B-flat major EvaM 10:B3 from: Six Overtures (London 1772) Carl Stamitz: Simphonie concertante in E-flat major for violin, oboe, viola and bassoon, strings
Giuseppe Misliwecek, detto il Boemo: Sinfonia V B-flat major EvaM 10:B3 from: Six Overtures (London 1772)
Carl Stamitz: Simphonie concertante in E-flat major for violin, oboe, viola and bassoon, strings and 2 horns (Paris 1775)
Ludwig Lebrun: Concerto No. 1 in d minor for oboe and orchestra from: Six Concertos (Offenbach 1804)
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Symphony in D major Wq 183,1 / H 663 with 12 obligato parts (1775/76)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 33 in B-flat major K 319 (Salzburg, 9 July 1779)
Carin van Heerden and Philipp Wagner, oboes
Julia Huber-Warzecha, violin
Lucas Schurig-Breuß, viola
Makiko Kurabayashi, bassoon
Michi Gaigg, conductor
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart spent ten years, two months and eight days – all in all nearly a third of his lifetime – travelling. During these sojourns he met with countless, mainly older, colleagues. These encounters turned out to be never ending sources of inspiration for the rest of his life. The “musical souvenirs” which Mozart collected are included on our Grand Tour of pre-Classical Europe during the 1770s: from Milano to London, from Paris to Berlin. Other leading contributors include a Bohemian in Italy, two much-travelled composers from Mannheim and the Bach of the (late) 18th century.
Saturday, 22. May 2021 20:00