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Chamber music composed by musicians and performed by musicians from the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra.
Musicians from the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra perform chamber music written by other musicians, such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart who played piano and violin like Franz Schubert, and Pauline Hall who was a pianist and one of the Nordic region’s most modern composers 100 years ago.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s life as a touring prodigy was not always a dance on roses. The violin-playing father Leopold was strict and demanding, which was perhaps a prerequisite for Mozart’s productivity and worldly success. Mozart was a master of the piano and also mastered the violin – he played most of his piano and violin concertos himself with gusto.
His colleague Franz Schubert wrote increasingly long music during his career. All of his music, like his octet for wind instruments, was based on what he and his colleagues wanted to play. No client paid for it.
The composing pianist and music critic Pauline Hall spent ten years in Paris and was in attendance at the scandal-ridden premiere of Stravinsky’s ballet The Rite of Spring. Influences from her years in France can be discerned in her music. Home in Norway she complained that people only wanted to hear ”idyll and tea water”.
Previously announced Woehr´s Matrimonial Duets has been replaced by Mozart´s Flute Quartet in A.
Here you will find all the necessary information that you need to know about before your magical visit in the Concert Hall.
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