Presented by Melbourne Chamber Orchestra
Let’s take a voyage to Vienna, the European capital of music making for hundreds of years.
We’ll hear music by four composers who lived and worked in Vienna at the same time, and even played in a quartet together in the 1780s.
MCO is joined by two expert tour guides for our musical travels through space and time. Pianist Stefan Cassomenos will take us to visit exquisite, rarely-heard concertos by Mozart & Haydn; and Zoe Black, one of Australia’s leading violinists and directors, joins the orchestra to guest-direct the Australian premieres of dramatic symphonies by Vanhal and Dittersdorf.
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Overture in D Hob Ia:7
Symphony in G minor Bryan g1
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Concerto No.8 in C K246 Lützow
New work for chamber orchestra
Piano Concerto No.8 in C Hob XVIII:8
Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf
Sinfonia in A minor Krebs 95
Stefan Cassomenos Piano & Director
Zoë Black Violin & Director
Melbourne Chamber Orchestra
Thursday 3 March 7.30pm & Sunday 6 March 2022 2.30pm
Duration: 2 hours (incl. interval)
Premium $143 ($133 Concession)
A reserve $121 ($107 Concession)
B reserve $96 ($85 Concession)
C reserve $70 ($58 Concession)
Under 40 $40
A reserve $102.85
B reserve $81.60
C reserve $59.50
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Subject to evolving restrictions in Victoria, all seating configurations and capacities are subject to change.
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