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The Genius of Mozart

The Genius of Mozart

The Genius of Mozart

14 Jan 2023 | 19:30 | Sheldonian Theatre, Broad Street

Mozart Divertimento in D major, K. 136
Mozart Piano Concerto No. 25 in C major, K. 503
Mozart Symphony No. 35 in D major, K. 385, ‘Haffner’

Alim Beisembayev piano
Marios Papadopoulos conductor 

Mozart’s piano concertos trace the rapid development of his genius. The example numbered 25 was the last in an extraordinary batch in which Mozart’s quest to wed beauty and nobility, entertainment and innovation, reached new heights. Under the fingers of Alim Beisembayev, Mozart’s majestic, mercurial piano concerto follows the composer’s joyous Divertimento in D major and precedes his symphony in the form of a swaggering, boisterous serenade − in the same bright, blazing key.

Young Artists’ Platform
Pre-concert recital 18:30

The Genius of Mozart

14 Jan 2023

Tickets: £15, £28, £38, £48
(Students from £5)
Duration: 100 min
Venue: Sheldonian Theatre, Broad Street
Saturday 14th January, 2023 – 19:30
From £15
(Students from £5)

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