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© Adriano Haitmann

Orchestra Mozart

Bernard Haitink conductor / Orchestra Mozart Soloists

Easter programmeConcert PresentationOrchestra


This programme opens with a Sinfonia concertante that enhances the quality of the orchestra's remarkable musicians: the soloists emerge from the orchestral mass to render a striking palette of timbre colours. From the initial Allegro onwards, the violin, the cello, the oboe and the bassoon shine, giving the listener a wish for more of this masterpiece composed by Haydn, the father of all symphonists. What a contrast with Beethoven the revolutionist, who aspired to share the strength of his ideas in his Third Symphony. With each new performance of the "Eroica", we can feel the cathartic and solemn power of Beethoven's music. In such moments, we are the audience for whom Beethoven composed his symphony, the community to which he spoke. Passion and impetus.

Lorenza Borrani, violin
Gabrielle Geminiani, cello
Lucas Macias Navarro, oboe
Raffaele Giannotti, bassoon

Joseph Haydn
Sinfonia concertante for oboe, bassoon, violin, cello and orchestra in B-flat major, Hob.I:105

Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major, op. 55 Eroica