WOLFGANG A. MOZART
Ouvertüre zu „Così fan tutte“
Symphonie Nr.1 e-Moll
Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr. 2 G-Dur op. 44
7:00 p.m Pre-concert talk
Pyotr Tchaikovsky's piano concerto, of course, that's well-known... But wait! There's not only the widely heard first concerto, but also the much lesser-known second concerto. There are hardly any differences in virtuosity and richness of melody, so Joseph Moog can showcase his full abilities. And the slow second movement captivates with a beautiful combination of solo piano, solo violin, and solo cello. After Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's operatic fun "Così fan tutte" has resonated for a prelude-length in the first half of the concert, conductor Delyana Lazarova also presents another discovery: Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov didn't just write "Scheherazade," but also three symphonies, of which the first one, unmistakably "Russian," is being performed.