Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791): Piano Concerto no 20 D Minor KV 466
Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770–1827): Symphony no 4 op. 60
Mozart’s Piano Concerto no. 20, premiered some 230 years ago by the composer himself, was Dmitry Masleev’s claim to international fame as he prevailed in the Tchaikovksy piano competition in 2015. A favorite of Schumann’s, Mendelssohn’s and Berlioz’s, Beethoven’s Fourth Symphony is a genial work that is often unjustly overshadowed by the composer’s Third and Fifth Symphonies. The concert is conducted by charismatic leader Joshua Weilerstein.
|Basic Ticket||28 €|
|Students, Conscripts & Unemployed||15 €|
|Children (5 to 16 years)||8 €|
|Students when purchasing on the day of the concert||5 €|
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