Wednesday 27 March, 1:00 pm
Mozart Explored: Piano Concerto No.25 in C
In the mid-1780s, Mozart’s Piano Concertos were the talk of the town. For two glorious years, concerts advertising his brand-new piano works would sell out, with the great and good of Vienna flocking to the doors. But by the third year, audience numbers dwindled as popular opinion hesitated over Mozart’s ever more daring works. Our 2024 series covers Mozart’s final five Piano Concertos, composed during the increasingly tumultuous period of his life. Many of these works are now regarded as his greatest masterpieces.
Anyone studying or working at a school or university can get our ‘Education’ tickets for £10. Please bring suitable ID with you on the day to show at the door. All tickets can be bought on the door, as well as over the phone and online.
|Wed 27 March