Mozart Symphony No. 42 in F, K.75
Mysliveček ‘Non so se il mio peccato’ from Adamo ed Eva
Boccherini Minuet from String Quintet in E major, G.275
Salieri ‘E non degg’io seguirla… Lungi da te’ from Armida
Haydn Symphony No. 44 in E minor, ‘Trauer’
Kitty Whately mezzo-soprano
Ian Page conductor
In light of the coronavirus outbreak and current restrictions, this performance has been cancelled.
With full support from the ensemble, we are doing our utmost to support the national effort in reducing the spread of coronavirus, and the health and well-being of all our visitors, staff members, and visiting performers is our number one priority.
Bookers will be refunded the full cost of tickets and any drinks vouchers to the card that they paid with. If you would prefer a Cadogan Hall credit voucher, please contact the Box Office on 020 7730 4500 (Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm) or via our online form as soon as possible.
Ian Page’s visionary MOZART 250 series continues to build a widespread and highly enthusiastic following. The first of The Mozartists’ concerts in 2021 is a diverse and illuminating overview of the musical year 1771, featuring an exquisite selection of works by Mozart, Mysliveček, Boccherini and Salieri. It culminates in Haydn’s magnificent ‘Trauer’ symphony, whose elegiac slow movement the composer was said to have wanted to be performed at his funeral. The mezzo-soprano soloist in arias by Mysliveček and Salieri is former BBC New Generation Artist Kitty Whately, and Ian Page conducts his outstanding period-instrument orchestra.
Duration: 75 minutes (no interval)
£45, £35, £25
Tickets include a digital programme and access to a filmed pre-performance talk by Ian Page
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