The overture to The Magic Flute is one of the supreme orchestral works of the 18th century. Experience this gleeful piece performed on two grand pianos in a concert that salutes the keyboard compositions of Mozart.
His Fantasia in F minor is appropriately named for a piece which is even more fantastic than the machine for which it was created. The Sonata for Piano Four-Hands in D uses just one piano while the Sonata for Two Pianos in D is one of his few compositions written for two pianos. Don’t miss this morning of Mozart keyboard magic.
MOZART The Magic Flute for 8 hands arr. Rösler
MOZART Fantasy in F minor K608 for 4 hands arr. Busoni
MOZART Sonata in D K381 for 4 hands
MOZART Sonata in D K448 for 2 pianos
Timothy Young piano/director
Duration: approx. 1 hour (no interval)
Timothy Young's ANAM Faculty position is generously supported by the family of the late Margaret Johnson
Presented in partnership with Melbourne Recital Centre