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Giovanni Antonini & Lydia Teuscher

Saturday, 18. June 2022, 8.00 pm
Munich, Herkulessaal

Programme

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphonie Nr.25 g-Moll KV183

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Voi avete un cor fedele KV217

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Chi sà, chi sà, qual sia KV582

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
"Infelice" in der Londoner Version von 1834 für Sopran, Solovioline und Orchester

Interval

Joseph Haydn
Symphony No. 103 in E flat major, Hob. I:103 (drumroll)

Giovanni Antonini, Conductor

Lydia Teuscher, Soprano

Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

Lydia Teuscher (c) Shirley Suarez

About the programme

Among conductors, Giovanni Antonini continues to number among the “savages” who use ultra-brisk tempos to breathe unparalleled passion and vivacity into the music of bygone eras. In the meantime he no longer specialises in Baroque music, but increasingly devotes himself to the Classical and early Romantic periods. Between Mozart’s “Little” G minor Symphony and Haydn’s “Drumroll” Symphony (written for London), the soprano Lydia Teuscher will sing three famous concert arias by Mozart and Mendelssohn. The Mozart arias were originally inserted into comic operas by other composers; today they can be heard in concert as precious gems in their own right. Mendelssohn composed his aria of love and vengeance for Maria Malibran, placing at her side a poignant violin solo to be played by the virtuoso Charles-Auguste de Bériot, her lover at the time and later her husband.

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