Classical to the core: an orchestral concert with music by Schubert, a Mozart flute concerto and the spirited Linz symphony.
Emma Sholl, Associate Principal Flute with the SSO, is the star in one of Mozart’s delightful flute concertos. This is music that sparkles and dances with 18th-century flair – as much fun to hear as it is to play. You’d have no idea that Mozart claimed to dislike the instrument! The concerto is framed by a Mozart-inspired overture from Schubert and Mozart’s high-spirited Symphony No.36. Mozart had arrived in Linz to be told that his host had organised a concert for him. A symphony was needed and, not having one in his luggage, Mozart had four days in which to write a new one! The result is a miracle of invention that gives absolutely no hint of the composer’s rushed circumstances.
Andrew Haveron violin-director
Emma Sholl flute
Schubert Overture in B flat
Mozart Flute Concerto in G, K313
Mozart Symphony No.36 (Linz)
City Recital Hall Member $77
Group (8+) $68
City Recital Hall Member $68
Group (8+) $60
City Recital Hall Member $58
Group (8+) $51
Under 30 $42
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