“It is hard to imagine hearing another performance as convivial and life-affirming as this.”

GRAMOPHONE

“One of the most stylishly authoritative interpreters of the composer working today.”

OPERA

About The Mozartists

WHAT’S ON – NEXT CONCERT

The first of our concerts in 2021 takes place on Mozart’s birthday, and is a diverse and illuminating overview of the musical year 1771. 

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THE MOZARTISTS’ CHRISTMAS AUCTION

We have curated an exclusive collection of luxury items and ‘money can’t buy’ experiences to provide you with some interesting gift ideas for friends and family.

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CAN YOU HELP US TO PRESENT FUTURE PERFORMANCES?

This year has had a devastating financial impact on the performing arts. To help raise the vital funds we need to enable our performance and recording projects in 2021 we are taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge.

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NEW RELEASE – OUT NOW

 “Sturm und Drang is shaping up to be not only an eminently enjoyable series in its own right but an insightful collection of considerable value. Volume 3 can’t come soon enough.”  

EARLY MUSIC REVIEW

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ABOUT IAN PAGE

One of the most stylishly authoritative interpreters of the Mozart working today.
OPERA

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ABOUT MOZART 250

It is hard to think of a more valuable or ambitious long term musical project than Ian Page and Classical Opera’s MOZART 250.
EARLY MUSIC REVIEW

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MOZART, HAYDN & BEETHOVEN 
29 September, 2015
Cadogan Hall, London

TALES FROM OVID
20 May, 2013
Wigmore Hall, London

MOZART CONCERT ARIAS
4 June, 2014
St John’s, Smith Square

DON GIOVANNI
17 June, 2016
Cadogan Hall, London

ANN HALLENBERG & THE MOZARTISTS
23 May, 2016
Wigmore Hall, London

WATCH AND LISTEN

Horn player Gavin Edwards discusses recording
Sturm Und Drang.

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Ann Hallenberg sings Gluck ‘Resta, o cara’ from Il trionfo di Clelia in ‘Che puro ciel’ at Wigmore Hall, 23rd May 2016.

This performance is now available for audio download on Exit Live. 

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Conductor Ian Page and Soprano Chiara Skerath discuss
Sturm Und Drang.

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NEWS

“Right now, this London-based period instrument orchestra is pretty much exactly where the action’s at.”
MIDLANDS MUSIC REVIEWS

“The spirit of opera was raised by Page’s urgent conducting, crisp orchestral playing and a terrific cast, eager to take full advantage of the opportunities Mozart offers them.” 
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

“It was fun, fresh, thought provoking and one of the best nights at the opera that I can remember having!” 
MUSICAL OPINION