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.
Mozart composed only six works for the convivial combination of piano, violin and cello, one of the most popular home entertainment genres among the dilettantes of Vienna around the turn of the 19th century. Intended to be played in ‘friendly, musical, social circles’ according to the composer, our final Mostly Mozart concert serves as a fitting occasion. Indeed, the young Mozart and the older Haydn used to play chamber music together. Haydn’s ‘Trauer’ symphony with its tense opening movement with fierce contrasts of dynamics and one of Haydn’s most remarkable finales brimming with nervous energy concludes a year of music at its very finest.
MOZART Piano Trio in G major K496
HAYDN Symphony no. 44 Trauer
Anthony Marwood violin/director
Complimentary morning tea served from 10.15am in the Melbourne Recital Centre Ground Floor Foyer
Presented in partnership with Melbourne Recital Centre