Mozart's Travels: Classical Opera, The Mozartists
"Our season concludes with a return to Wigmore Hall for an intriguing concert exploring Mozart’s travels across Europe. The programme comprises symphonies, concertos and arias composed in London, The Hague, Paris, Munich, Vienna, Prague and Rome, beginning and ending with two of Mozart’s finest early symphonies. In between, company Associate Artist Louise Alder – winner of the Audience Prize at the 2017 BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition – sings three exquisite arias, and principals of our outstanding period-instrument orchestra take centre stage for two of Mozart’s most popular concertos.
Booking opens for this concert on 5 February 2019."
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This event takes place at Wigmore Hall, which has achieved Bronze Status for disabled access from Attitude Is Everything.
Classical Opera was founded in 1997 by conductor Ian Page and is one of the leading exponents in its field.
It performs with its own period instrument orchestra and has attracted considerable acclaim for the high quality of its performances, its imaginative programming and its ability to discover and nurture outstanding young singers.
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Classical Opera and The Mozartists specialise in the historically-informed performance of music by Mozart and his contemporaries. Originally founded in 1997 by conductor Ian Page, Classical Opera has earned a reputation for its imaginative programming, its outstanding period-instrument orchestra, and its ability to discover and nurture exceptional young singers. In 2017 it expanded to include The Mozartists, under which name it now presents its ever-expanding concert work alongside its continuing opera work.
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