Mozart and Haydn



Mozart’s Oboe Concerto is fluid and supremely elegant. It’s hard to believe that Mozart once wrote that he did not enjoy writing this kind of work.

With its light orchestration, the oboe shines in both slow, elegiac and quick bouncy movements, such as its Haydnesque finale.

In Haydn’s Symphony No.90, themes build into energetic and joyous surprises throughout. And the finale contains one of his famous jokes: just when you think it’s over …

Supported by Lendlease Over 55s Living.

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM)


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Oboe Concerto in C, K 314

Joseph Haydn
Symphony No. 90 in C, Hob.I:90


Nick Deutsch oboe
Gabor Takacs-Nagy director
ANAM Orchestra