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Music’s Classical style reached its peak with Mozart, and his mastery is evident in this Serenade for Orchestra. Written in 1776 when Mozart was just 20, the piece is dedicated to a family friend, Marie Elisabeth Haffner, to mark the occasion of her wedding.

At almost an hour in length, it stands alone amongst Mozart’s instrumental music – and tells a story of inexhaustible creativity as he takes us through eight stunning movements. From a bright and optimistic beginning to gorgeous slow movements and sparkling dances, music like this is unforgettable.

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Details correct at the time of publication.

  • Mozart
    March in D, K.249
    Serenade No.7, Haffner
  • Andrew Haveron
    Director and violin