Mozart Concert aria, ‘Non curo l’affetto’, K.74b
Paisiello ‘Onde amiche… Smarrita, tremante’ from Annibale in Torino
Mozart Symphony No. 13 in F, K.112
Hasse Aria,’Non esser troppo altero’ from Il Ruggiero
Mozart Aria, ‘L’ombra de’ rami tuoi’ from Ascanio in Alba, K.111
Mozart Symphony No. 14 in A, K.114
Kiandra Howarth soprano
Ian Page conductor
Ian Page’s vibrant period-instrument ensemble returns to Cadogan Hall for a fascinating survey of Mozart’s activities in 1771. The programme features not only symphonies and arias that he wrote himself but also highlights from operas by Paisiello and Hasse that he heard during the course of his travels in Italy. The soloist is the exciting Australian soprano Kiandra Howarth, a recent graduate of the Royal Opera’s Jette Parker Young Artist Programme.
‘Typical generosity from Page and company; his programming always goes beyond the call of duty in bringing the obscure to light and offering true revelation.’ The Arts Desk
Duration: 85 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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