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Alice Sara Ott © Esther Haase

Camerata Salzburg / Ott / Leleux

Tuesday 7 June 2022
Großer Saal


Camerata Salzburg

Alice Sara Ott, Klavier

François Leleux, Dirigent


Franz Schubert

Ouverture C-Dur »im italienischen Stile« D 591 (1817)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Konzert für Klavier und Orchester C-Dur K 387b (1782–1783)


Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphonie Nr. 2 D-Dur op. 36 (1801–1802)

Subscription series Symphonie Classique A


Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Light-footed Play

Prodigy or not: Alice Sara Ott has long since left the phase of talent awards behind her. She is now celebrated as a serious and mature musician, even if she still prefers to play barefoot. Sometimes a soft melancholic veil covers her light-footed playing when she immerses herself in the music. A brightening ray of hope awaits the audience with Mozart's Piano Concerto in C major K 387b, which the Salzburg prodigy composed for his own performance in Vienna. He explained to his father: »The concertos are ... very brilliant – pleasant to the ears – of course without falling into emptiness. Now and then, even connoisseurs alone can obtain satisfaction – but in such a way that those who are not connoisseurs must say they are satisfied with them without knowing why.«


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