Mozart 250 Classical Opera Wigmore Hall

Ian Page and Classical Opera reached 1767 in their Mozart 250 project, the ambitious series planned to cover 27 years of Mozart’s music and influences. 1767 was the year in which the young Mozart began to write more substantial and ambitious work, so this programme at the Wigmore Hall, London, was a good taster for what is to come later in the series. Read Claire Seymour’s review of the concert HERE in Opera Today.  

Coming up next, my review of the latest recital in the Wigmore Hall’s complete Schubert song series, Pianoforte Schubert, with Georg Nigl and Andreas Staier

Original Source: Mozart 250 Classical Opera Wigmore Hall

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