1771 – A Retrospective

8 July 2021 – Cadogan Hall, 7.30pm

Ian Page’s visionary MOZART 250 series continues to build a widespread and highly enthusiastic following. The first of The Mozartists’ concerts since lockdown is a diverse and illuminating overview of the musical year 1771, featuring an exquisite selection of works that were composed and premiered 250 years ago. These include an un-numbered Mozart symphony, beautiful vocal rarities by Mysliveček and Salieri and an astonishingly original concerto by C. P. E. Bach, and the programme culminates with Haydn’s magnificent `Trauer’ symphony, whose elegiac slow movement the composer was said to have wanted to be performed at his funeral. The soloists are former BBC New Generation Artist Kitty Whately and acclaimed harpsichordist Steven Devine, and Ian Page conducts his outstanding period-instrument orchestra.

 

Mozart Symphony in F major, K.75
Mysliveček     Aria, “Non ti chieggo amor” from Adamo ed Eva
C. P. E. Bach Harpsichord Concerto in C minor, Wq.43/4
Salieri  Scena, “E non degg’io seguirla… Lungi da te” from Armida
Haydn Symphony No. 44 in E minor, ‘Trauer’

 

Kitty Whately mezzo-soprano

Steven Devine harpsichord

Ian Page conductor

The Mozartists 

 

Concert ends c.9.30pm, interval 20 minutes.

Tickets £18-45 plus venue transaction booking fee.

Cadogan Hall
5 Sloane Terrace
Belgravia
London
SW1X 9DQ

cadoganhall.com

Cadogan Hall has a supportive policy for ticket holders who need to change their plans
due to COVID-19. Please click here to see their safety policy.

“It is hard to think of a more valuable or ambitious long term musical project than Ian Page and
[The Mozartists]’s MOZART 250.”
EARLY MUSIC REVIEW

1771 – A Retrospective

8 July 2021 – Cadogan Hall, 7.30pm

Ian Page’s visionary MOZART 250 series continues to build a widespread and highly enthusiastic following. The first of The Mozartists’ concerts since lockdown is a diverse and illuminating overview of the musical year 1771, featuring an exquisite selection of works that were composed and premiered 250 years ago. These include an un-numbered Mozart symphony, beautiful vocal rarities by Mysliveček and Salieri and an astonishingly original concerto by C. P. E. Bach, and the programme culminates with Haydn’s magnificent `Trauer’ symphony, whose elegiac slow movement the composer was said to have wanted to be performed at his funeral. The soloists are former BBC New Generation Artist Kitty Whately and acclaimed harpsichordist Steven Devine, and Ian Page conducts his outstanding period-instrument orchestra.

Programme

Mozart
Symphony in F major, K.75

Mysliveček
Aria, “Non ti chieggo amor” from Adamo ed Eva

C. P. E Bach
Harpsichord Concerto in C minor, Wq.43/4

Salieri
Scena, “E non degg’io seguirla… Lungi da te” from Armida

Haydn
Symphony No. 44 in E minor, ‘Trauer’

Mozart Symphony in F major, K.75
Mysliveček Aria, “Non ti chieggo amor” from Adamo ed Eva
C. P. E. Bach Harpsichord Concerto in C minor, Wq.43/4
Salieri Scena, “E non degg’io seguirla… Lungi da te” from Armida
Haydn Symphony No. 44 in E minor, ‘Trauer’
Artists

Kitty Whately mezzo-soprano

Steven Devine harpsichord

Ian Page conductor

The Mozartists 

Practical Information

Concert ends c.9.30pm, interval 20 minutes.

Tickets £18-45 plus venue transaction booking fee.

Cadogan Hall
5 Sloane Terrace
Belgravia
London
SW1X 9DQ

cadoganhall.com

Cadogan Hall has a supportive policy for ticket holders who need to change their plans due to COVID-19.
Please click here to see their safety policy.

“It is hard to think of a more valuable or ambitious long term musical project than Ian Page and [The Mozartists]’s MOZART 250.”
EARLY MUSIC REVIEW