1772 – A Retrospective

27 January 2022 – Cadogan Hall, 7.30pm

On sale soon

Ian Page’s kaleidoscopic MOZART 250 programmes have rapidly become a highlight of the London concert calendar. This typically wide-ranging and illuminating overview of the musical year 1772 features magnificent symphonies by Mozart and Haydn and exquisite arias by such largely forgotten composers as Traetta and Gassmann. Ian Page conducts his dynamic period-instrument orchestra and two outstanding young sopranos – Chiara Skerath has recently made acclaimed debuts at the Salzburg Festival and the Opéra de Paris, while Jessica Cale won the prestigious Kathleen Ferrier Award in 2020.

 

Mozart Symphony No. 15 in G major, K.124
Jommelli “Barbari, ah! non ferite” from Cerere placata
Traetta “Io resto sempre a piangere” from Antigona
Mozart Epistle Sonatas in D major, K.144 and F major, K.145
J. C. Bach “Se tiranni, oh Dei, non siete” from Endimione
Gassmann “Quel nocchier che in gran procella” from La Betulia liberata
Mozart “Ah, perché cercar degg’io” from Il sogno di Scipione
Haydn Symphony No. 52 in C minor

 

soloists TBC

Ian Page conductor

The Mozartists 

Click here to see how Cadogan hall are keeping their visitors safe during Covid-19.

Concert ends c.9.45pm, interval 30 minutes.

Tickets £18-45 plus venue transaction booking fee.

Cadogan Hall
5 Sloane Terrace
Belgravia
London
SW1X 9DQ

cadoganhall.com

“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

We would like to thank all the trusts and individuals who are helping to enable these projects, including The Carne Trust, Continuo Foundation, The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust, The Oldhurst Trust, The Pitt-Rivers Charitable Trust, The Sainer Charity, The Thistle Trust, The Vernon Ellis Foundation & The Weinstock Fund.

1772 – A Retrospective

27 January 2022 – Cadogan Hall, 7.30pm

On sale soon

Ian Page’s kaleidoscopic MOZART 250 programmes have rapidly become a highlight of the London concert calendar. This typically wide-ranging and illuminating overview of the musical year 1772 features magnificent symphonies by Mozart and Haydn and exquisite arias by such largely forgotten composers as Traetta and Gassmann. Ian Page conducts his dynamic period-instrument orchestra and two outstanding young sopranos – Chiara Skerath has recently made acclaimed debuts at the Salzburg Festival and the Opéra de Paris, while Jessica Cale won the prestigious Kathleen Ferrier Award in 2020.

Programme


Mozart:
Symphony No. 15 in G major, K.124

Jommelli: “Barbari, ah! non ferite” from Cerere placata

Traetta: “Io resto sempre a piangere” from Antigona

Mozart: Epistle Sonatas in D major, K.144 and F major, K.14

C. Bach: “Se tiranni, oh Dei, non siete” from Endimione

Gassmann: “Quel nocchier che in gran procella” from La Betulia liberata

Mozart: “Ah, perché cercar degg’io” from Il sogno di Scipione

Haydn: Symphony No. 52 in C minor

 

Artists

soloists TBC

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

Please click here to see how Cadogan Hall are keeping their visitors and staff safe during COVID-19. 

“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

We would like to thank all the trusts and individuals who are helping to enable these projects, including The Carne Trust, Continuo Foundation, The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust, The Oldhurst Trust, The Pitt-Rivers Charitable Trust, The Sainer Charity, The Thistle Trust, The Vernon Ellis Foundation & The Weinstock Fund.