National Symphony Orchestra – Concert Series 2022/23
Conductor Rimma Sushanskaya
Violin Mathilde Milwidsky
Mozart Overture, Cosi fan Tutte
Mozart Violin Concerto No.3 in G, K216
MahlerBlumine (unused excerpt from Symphony No.1)
Mahler Symphony No.4 in G (chamber orchestra version)
The exquisite blend of Mozart and Mahler, two contrasting bookends of the Austrian tradition, brings this season to a stirring close.
From Mozart, a sublime operatic overture and an early violin concerto, spanning the years 1775 (concerto) and 1790 (Cosi), while his late-Romantic compatriot – one of the composers who ushered in the incredible musical adventure that was the 20th century – offers up a movement which was removed from his 1st symphony after just 3 performances and never performed again until the 1968 Aldeburgh Fesival, and then the ethereal and at times prayerful 4th symphony, the two works spanning the years 1888 and 1901.
A special closing concert indeed!
Friday 26th May 2023 - 7:30pm
Venue: Cheltenham Town Hall
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Part of the 2022-23 Cheltenham Concert Series.
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