Global Concert Hall
About this event
The greatest hits of the 60s, 70s and 80s! No, this is not about pop music. We mean the latest concert in the Haydn-Mozart Series of Gábor Takács-Nagy and the Festival Orchestra. Because when the conductor – famous for his precision and glowing enthusiasm – leads the BFO, even the most rarely performed pieces of the Viennese masters will become unforgettable, catchy tunes.
In this program, Haydn’s symphony with unique instrumentation will be followed by a diverse group of Mozart’s works. The alternative slow movement written for the last violin concerto and the first Mozart piece for violin and orchestra will be performed with Moldavian violinist Alexandra Conunova, praised in The Strad for her "impressive range of colors"; and then, after the overture to a comedy, the concert will conclude with a symphony utilizing the brightness of C major to the greatest possible extent.
Your ticket purchase will directly support the participating artists through IDAGIO’s Fair Artist Payout Model: IDAGIO pays 80% of the net revenue directly to the performers. Stream available until November 15, 2021.
Concert – approx. 150 min
1. Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 22 in E flat major Hob. I:22 “The Philosopher”
2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Adagio for Violin and Orchestra in E major KV 261
3. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 1 in B flat major KV 207
4. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: The Impresario - Overture, K. 486
5. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 34 in C major KV 338
The concert is streamed live from the Music Academy, Budapest, Hungary.
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