Mozart with Bezuidenhout

Mozart with Bezuidenhout

CPE BACH Symphony No 2 in E-flat, Wq 183 (10’)
MOZART Symphony No 29 in A, K201 (24’)
MOZART Piano Concerto No 24 in C minor, K491 (30’)
MOZART Rondo in A major, K386 (07’)

KRISTIAN BEZUIDENHOUT Director / Harpsichord / Piano

For Kristian Bezuidenhout, "Mozart is the most important musical figure in

my life: there’s absolutely no question about that.” No question, either, that it is a joy to welcome the acclaimed pianist and director back to the SCO. He pairs a flamboyant, joyous symphony by his idol with arguably his most emotionally complex piano concerto. Opening the concert is a brilliant rarity by a composer Mozart himself adored: CPE Bach, JS Bach’s extrovert, second eldest son. Filled with a devil-may-care wildness, explosive drama and sheer panache, this is music that never fails to thrill and surprise.

THE NIGHT BELONGED TO BEZUIDENHOUT FOR HIS STUPENDOUSLY NEEDLE-SHARP CHARACTERISATIONS OF MOZART, WITH THE SCO WELDED TO THE DISCREET DIRECTION OF THE SOLOIST. Michael Tumelty, The Herald

Kindly supported by Colin and Sue Buchan

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98 Candleriggs, G1 1NQ
Glasgow
02 November , Friday 19:30

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