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Mahler Chamber Orchestra

Leif Ove Andsnes | direction and piano
Matthew Truscott | direction and first violin
Christiane Karg | soprano 

The Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Leif Ove Andsnes celebrate Mozart and the years 1785-1786.

Leif Ove Andsnes
Leif Ove Andsnes © Gregor Hohenberg
Matthew Truscott
Matthew Truscott - DR
Christiane Karg
Christiane Karg © Giselle Schenker
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Programme

Mozart Piano Concerto No.23 K.488
Symphony No.38 « Prague » K.504
« Ch’io mi scordi di te », concert aria K. 505
Piano Concerto No.24 K.491 

To read

After his brilliant "journey" devoted to Beethoven (Beethoven Journey), pianist Leif Ove Andsnes has now endeavored to exploring Mozart's work for several reasons. He thus renews the exercise of focusing on a limited and precise period of a production, here the years 1785 and 1786, and always in complicity with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra. But let the pianist explain his point of view on these two years, which notably saw the premiere of two of the musician's most beautiful piano concertos: “During the two years 1785 and 1786, Mozart composed a series of extraordinary masterpieces that reinvented the nature of the piano concerto, offering a greater narrative dimension. The soloist plays a very different part from the orchestra. The piano part has something of a Don Giovanni against the rest of the world, a solitary voice in front of the orchestra, a hero saying "it's me". This balance between piano and orchestra is radically new. A key moment in his life, hence the title of Mozart Momentum".

PRODUCTION Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

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