Tognetti Plays Old And New Violins With The ACO In A Programme Of Mozart, Haydn And Dean

When:  From 12-Feb-13 to 16-Feb-13, at 8 pm on Tuesday 12th February; 7.00 pm on Wednesday 13th and Saturday 16th February; 1.30 pm on Friday 15th February
Where:  The City Recital Hall, 2, Angel Place, Sydney
 

Old and new violins are the stars of the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s opening 2013  concerts in Sydney. Richard Tognetti plays his treasured 270-year-old Guarneri del Gesù violin as soloist in his favourite Mozart Violin Concerto (No.3) and leads the Australian Chamber Orchestra in symphonies by Mozart and Haydn.

Australian composer Brett Dean joins the orchestra to conduct his new electric violin concerto, written specially for Richard. Mozart’s Symphony No.25 is the dramatic opening music in the Academy Award winning film Amadeus, inspired by Haydn’s thrilling Sturm und Drang symphonies, such as No.49, both of which are performed in this program.

Program:
MOZART Violin Concerto No.3
MOZART Symphony No.25
HAYDN Symphony No.49, “La passione”
DEAN Electric Preludes (Australian Premiere)

Richard Tognetti Director & Violin
Brett Dean Conductor & Composer (Electric Preludes)
Australian Chamber Orchestra 

Adult tickets are A Reserve $125, B Reserve $105, C Reserve $75, D Reserve $45 (additional fees may apply).

Click here to book online. You can also book by phone on (02) 8256 2222 or in person at City Recital Hall Angel Place.

 
Posted on February 1, 2013 @ 18.19
 

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