Mozart Symphony 39
An entertaining helping of Mozart’s supreme talent in three different musical forms: theatre music, concerto, and symphony.
Mozart composed his final three symphonies (Nos. 39, 40, and 41) in an intense burst of creative brilliance. No. 39 is one of the most charming and witty in the entire cycle. Ignat Solzhenitsyn performs both as conductor and soloist in Mozart’s charming Piano Concerto No. 18.
Come for: A satisfying and entertaining helping of Mozart’s supreme talent in three different musical forms: theatre music, concerto, and symphony.
And more: The Boston Globe has said that Ignat Solzhenitsyn provided “some of the most beautiful and intelligent Mozart this listener has ever heard.”
Program: Mozart: Overture to La clemenza di Tito; Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 18, K. 456; and Mozart: Symphony No. 39, K. 543.
Post-concert Party in the Lobby on Jan 11.
Casual concerts are performed without intermission and are followed by a party in the lobby. Mingle with musicians in a relaxed setting and enjoy live music by local bands.
For tickets or details: www.roythomsonhall.com
Venue: Roy Thomson Hall — 60 Simcoe Street