BALTHASAR NEUMANN ENSEMBLE

THOMAS HENGELBROCK — 17 JULY

20 July
© Patrick Gherdoussi
Conductor
Thomas Hengelbrock
Soprano
Alexandra Flood

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
Symphony No.39 in E flat major, K. 543

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
Zaide K344, « Ruhe sanft, mein holdes Leben »
Mass in C minor K.427, « Et incarnatus est »
Exsultate jubilate, « Alleluia »
Performed by Alexandra Flood, soprano

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
Symphony No.41 in C major (Jupiter), K. 551


Pablo Hernán Benedí, 1st violin of the Balthasar Neumann Ensemble is sick. He can't play the piece by Felix Mendelssohn originally scheduled.

Was Mozart classical or already romantic? Thomas Hengelbrock and the Balthasar Neumann Ensemble reopen the debate, in a programme composed of his antepenultimate and penultimate symphonies—one not-so-well-known, the other extremely famous—composed in mysterious circumstances and contemporaneous with Don Giovanni and the composer’s first string of misfortunes. Both works are feverish and tormented. The programme is completed by Mendelssohn’s “Infelice,” a Mozartian concert aria written for the legendary Maria Malibran.

Tuesday 20 July 2021
12:45pm

Tickets: €25, €50, €70, €90
Youth ticket: €8
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