Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) -MOZART HORN CONCERTO No 4

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Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) -MOZART HORN CONCERTO No 4

Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) -MOZART HORN CONCERTO No 4

  • Monday 1 January 0001 - Saturday 19 January 2019

  • Music Hall

  • 7:30pm

  • Proudly sponsored by Adam & Company

  • £29.00 - £13.00

  • Classical

BACH JC, L. MOZART, W.A. MOZART - Composers

REINHARD GOEBEL - Conductor
ALEC FRANK-GEMMILL - HORN - Soloist

WA MOZART Symphony No 31 in D, K297 ‘Paris’ (17’)
LEOPOLD MOZART Sinfonia in G major (08’) 
WA MOZART / MICHAEL HAYDN Adagio & Fugue in D, K291 / MH287 (08’)
WA MOZART Horn Concerto No 4 in E-flat, K495 (16’)
JC BACH Overture and Suite, Amadis de Gaules (15’)
WA MOZART Ballet Music from Idomeneo, K366 (15’)

Welcome to the master of historical performance, Reinhard Goebel, for a concert dedicated to the genius that is Mozart, and his friends.

Mozart wrote Symphony No 31 for the Parisian taste for colour and excitement, and it instantly grabs your attention with its energy and brilliant vitality. The SCO's own award-winning Principal Horn Alec Frank-Gemmill presents the irresistible Horn Concerto No 4 on Natural Horn, and Mozart’s richly scored, dignified and noble orchestral interlude from Idomeneo also features, reflecting the opera’s central theme of averted disaster and final harmonious conclusion.

JC Bach was a true cosmopolitan, and a composer greatly admired by Mozart. His accomplished opera Amadis de Gaule was premiered in Paris in 1779. The concert also includes music by Mozart’s close friend Michael Haydn and a short work by his father Leopold.

Meet the Artist Insights: 6.45pm SCO Principal Horn Alec Frank-Gemmill in conversation with Sub-Principal

Second Violin Gordon Bragg

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