Varvara © Jordi Roca
Wiener Kammerorchester - Mozartsaal
Wiener KammerOrchester / Varvara / Miura
A feast for friends of Mozart's music: a violin concerto, a piano concerto and a symphony from his time as concertmaster of the Salzburg Archbishop's Court Music are on the program of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. It has invited outstanding artists such as the pianist Varvara and the violinist and conductor Fumiaki Miura. In his time, Mozart performed all the parts himself. As the son of a respected teacher and author of a violin school, he naturally mastered violin playing and also composed music for himself and the court orchestra. He wrote five violin concertos, including the last one in A major K 219. Mozart was also a piano virtuoso, but he wrote his Piano Concerto K 271 for Louise Victoire Jenamy, the daughter of a Viennese ballet master and an outstanding pianist. He himself held his Symphony in A major K 186a in such high esteem that he performed it several times, including later in Vienna. Three works, three genres, but all completely Mozart!