Mozart in London

2 May 2024 – Wigmore Hall

The Mozartists’ fascinating MOZART 250 project continues with this resplendent selection of works composed 250 years ago in 1774. Alongside mainstream compositions by the master himself, the programme also includes the modern-day première of a scena by Paisiello whose dramatic text Mozart would soon set to music himself.

 

Programme:

Mozart Symphony No. 28 in C, K. 200
Paisiello “Povera prence… Deh, non varcar” from Andromeda
Mozart Bassoon Concerto, K. 191
Epistle Sonata in D major, K.144
“Crudeli, fermate… Ah, dal pianto” from La finta giardiniera
Symphony No. 30 in D, K. 202
Samantha Clarke (soprano)
Jane Gower (bassoon)

The Mozartists
Ian Page conductor

Tickets £18.00 — £50 (plus venue booking fees).

Wigmore Hall
36 Wigmore Street
London
W1u 2BP

https://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk/

020 7935 2141

 

Programme

 

Programme:

Mozart Symphony No. 28 in C, K. 200
Paisiello “Povera prence… Deh, non varcar” from Andromeda
Mozart Bassoon Concerto, K. 191
Epistle Sonata in D major, K.144
“Crudeli, fermate… Ah, dal pianto” from La finta giardiniera
Symphony No. 30 in D, K. 202
Artists

Samantha Clarke (soprano)
Jane Gower (bassoon)

The Mozartists
Ian Page conductor

Practical Information
Tickets £18.00 — £50 (plus venue booking fees).

Wigmore Hall
36 Wigmore Street
London
W1u 2BP

https://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk/

020 7935 2141

 

With special thanks to The Thistle Trust, & the many other generous trusts and individuals who support our work.

“Ian Page and his orchestra are wonderful advocates for this powerful music.”

GRAMOPHONE