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Mozart Symphony No. 33
Mozart Horn Concerto No.4
Mozart Horn Concerto No.1
Mozart Symphony No. 36
Sir Roger Norrington conductor
Roger Montgomery horn
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There is more to Mozart than meets the eye. His repertoire is replete with surprises and deceptions.
Mozart was the ultimate musical genius – and the ultimate game player. He tore up the rulebook, and if you hear his music twice, you never have quite the same experience.
Join us for the second of two concerts exploring the hidden secrets of Mozart’s familiar scores, with its very own two Rogers – Emeritus Conductor Sir Roger Norrington and Principal Horn Roger Montgomery.
Mozart loved the horn, and his horn concertos are as playful and enjoyable as any of his music. It has evolved greatly since Mozart’s day, so hear it as it would have sounded.
With Roger Montgomery, Stephen Roberts and Bob Samuels (Open University).
6pm, Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer
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