London Symphonia Concert - Haydn and Mozart
A MUSICAL FRIENDSHIP London Symphonia and conductor Matthias Maute explored the musical friendship between Haydn and Mozart at a concert on February 29, 2020. Joseph Haydn was awestruck by the genius and unbridled energy of his young protégé. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart deeply respected the boundless creativity of his elder mentor. They even liked to play together! The deep musical bond they formed, influenced the symphonies and string quartets on this program. We hope you will enjoy this concert! PART ONE Symphony no. 45 - Farewell: Joseph Haydn (1732 - 1809) Finale: Presto, Adagio *String Quartet opus 33, no.5 - How do you do?: Joseph Haydn Scherzo: Allegro Symphony no.94 - Surprise: Joseph Haydn Andante *String Quartet K.387 - Spring: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Molto allegro Symphony no.96 - Miracle: Joseph Haydn Vivace *String Quartet K. 465 - Dissonance Andante Cantabile PART TWO Symphony no. 41 - "Jupiter": Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Allegro Vivace - Andante Cantabile - Menuetto - Molto Allegro *London Symphonia String Quartet: Joseph Lanza – first violin Émilie Paré– second violin Kelvin Enns - viola Andrea Kleesattel – cello NOTE: When Part 1 is finished, on the next screen choose the top left item for Part 2
This event is free.
London Symphonia is a professional orchestra that promotes excellence in classical and contemporary musical performance and education through the presentation of an annual series of innovative and engaging concerts in and for the London, Ontario community and beyond.