Mostly Mozart 3: Grand Mozart

An hour of classical masterpieces performed by the ANAM Musicians and guest artists with the chance to catch up with friends over a cup of tea.

The Serenade K370a has long been known by its more famous nickname, ‘Gran Partita’, a title not given by Mozart but scribbled on the manuscript by an unknown hand. Essentially meaning ‘big wind symphony’ the title is not inaccurate as the work uses a large ensemble. An impeccable musical achievement, the Serenade includes elaborate movements of symphonic proportions, irresistible dance sections, one of Mozart’s greatest Adagios, and a delectable set of six variations before reaching a rondo finale of fleet-fingered liveliness. It’s been likened to a guided tour through a grand chateau, each room dazzling with splendour, opulence and beauty.

MOZART Serenade no.10 in B-flat major K370a (361)

Nick Deutsch oboe
Thorsten Johanns
clarinet
Ole Kristian Dahl
bassoon
ANAM Musicians

Complimentary morning tea served from 10.15am in the Melbourne Recital Centre Ground Floor Foyer

Presented in partnership with Melbourne Recital Centre

The position of ANAM Artistic Director (for Nick Deutsch) is generously supported by Janet Holmes à Court AC
Thorsten Johanns and Ole Kristian Dahl's residencies are generously supported by John and Rosemary Macleod

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