Date: Saturday 20th April 2013 19:30
Venue: RNCM Concert Hall, Manchester
For the final Mozart concerto programme of the season, Manchester Camerata is joined by the hugely celebrated Hungarian pianist Ferenc Rados in the virtuosic Piano concerto no.15.
This programme is book-ended by two very theatrical works.The Russian composer Alfred Schnittke’s Moz-Art a la Haydn begins in total darkness before launching into a witty and entertaining new-Classical tapestry, a tongue-in-cheek commentary on the music of Mozart and Haydn. Haydn’s innovative Symphony no.45, ‘Farewell’, contains a witty and not-too-subtle hint to his patron, Nicholas Esterhazy, demonstrating in the last movement how the musicians are keen to return home to their wives in Eisenstadt!Shostakovich’s Chamber Symphony, an arrangement of his most famour String Quartet no.8, is a dark and intensely compelling work dedicated ‘to the victims of fascism and war’.
6.45pm Pre-concert PerformanceRemix: Young people perform their new fusion music inspired by Mozart7.30pm Concert9.45pm EncoreFerenc Rados performs Mozart’s Gluck Variations K455.
You&ll also hear Leader Giovanni Guzzo playing the 1709 Stradivarius, which is on extended loan to Manchester Camerata by benefactor Jonathan Moulds, President of Bank of America Merrill Lynch&s European business.
TICKETS: £26, £19,£10*(concs available)*Strictly limited availibility
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