Mozart Symphony No. 29

directed by Christopher Moore, at Monash


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Christopher and members of the MSO will be presenting this performance at the Melbourne Recital Centre on Wednesday 29 May.


Christopher Moore director / viola
Stefan Cassomenos piano


Pärt Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten
Britten Rondo Concertante
Britten Young Apollo
Mozart Serenata notturna
Mozart Symphony No.29

About the performance

Not interested in playing first or second fiddle, MSO Principal Violist Chris Moore leads the band in this concert, which features music of real emotional depth.

Arvo Pärt’s Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten is an iconic work. Composed in honour of the great British composer, this hauntingly beautiful music unfolds like the slow pealing of bells, in a series of minor scales scored for strings and a single chime.

Any darkness cast is lightly brushed away by the final piece on this program: the breezy Symphony No.29 of Mozart, one of the composer’s best-known early symphonic works.

Pre-concert talk

Join MSO Assistant Principal Second Violin, and founding member of PLEXUS, Monica Curro, for a pre-concert conversation at Robert Blackwood Hall from 6.30pm.

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