Renowned pianist Anne-Marie McDermott joins us for two of Mozart’s greatest concertos, and the evening comes to a climax with the passionate “Great” G minor Symphony.
The Redlands Symphony has long had a deep connection to the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and our tradition continues this season with our 8th annual celebration of history’s greatest composer.
Mozart’s piano works take center stage this year as renowned pianist Anne-Marie McDermott takes us on a journey through two of the composer’s most fascinating and youthful works for the instrument. Composed when he was just 21, the “Jeunehomme” Concerto has long been regarded by critics and audiences alike as the first undisputed masterpiece of the classical period. Five years later, Mozart produced his 12th Piano Concerto, a more intimate work that nevertheless demonstrates the young composer’s budding genius.
Our evening begins with one of Mozart’s earliest works, the prelude to Apollo et Hyacinthus, composed when the composer was only 11 years old. It concludes with one of his last — the Great G Minor Symphony, one of the composer’s most passionate and emotional works.
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Presenter / Producer: The Redlands Symphony
Music > Classical
Event Phone: 909-587-5565
Memorial Chapel at the University of Redlands
1200 E. Colton Ave
Redlands CA 92373
Performance Dates: 2/15/2020
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