ANAM Artistic Director and piano virtuoso, Paavali Jumppanen explores the music of Mozart, performing two of his most well-known compositions – Piano Quartet no. 2 in E-flat and Piano Concerto no. 24 in C minor. A dynamic musician of seemingly unlimited capability, Jumppanen’s respect and adoration for Mozart leaves him well placed to embody the compositions with grace and precision.
Known for his imagination and versatility playing with an extraordinary range of depth and understanding for his craft, this performance in Elisabeth Murdoch Hall will undoubtedly be a memorable one, celebrating Mozart’s contribution to classical music.
"The music of Mozart is absolutely central to what we want to do as musicians. On the surface his music sounds gallant and seems to apply a well-behaving sonic grammar of the Viennese Classicism, yet through his works, one is able to explore the depths of the human soul and examine – with sound – the most sensitive aspects of what it means to be a human." – Paavaili Jumppanen.
Mozart Piano Quartet no. 2 in E-flat K493
Mozart Piano Concerto no. 24 in C minor K491
Paavali Jumppanen piano/director
Duration: approx. 1 hour (no interval)
Presented in partnership with Melbourne Recital Centre