Australian Chamber Orchestra presents

Intimate Mozart

Alongside Richard Tognetti and an intimate ACO ensemble, Kristian takes on Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.13

03 Jul – 03 Jul


My love of the music of Mozart started with the movie Amadeus. I saw that film when I was quite young and it just blew me away … melodies … so nuanced … so memorable … I couldn’t get them out of my mind.” Kristian Bezuidenhout

Born in South Africa, raised in Australia, educated in the US and now a resident of the UK, pianist Kristian Bezuidenhout is one of the world’s leading performers of Mozart. Since 2009, he has been recording the complete keyboard music of Mozart. As a pianist, Mozart’s own performances stunned Viennese concertgoers and paved the way for the likes of Beethoven and the Romantics to follow. 


Alongside Richard Tognetti and an intimate ACO ensemble, Kristian takes on Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.13. Mozart himself wrote that this concerto could be “performed with full orchestra … or merely a quattro”, which is how it will be presented here. 
Schumann’s String Quartet and Piano Quintet, both written in 1842 (his year of chamber music and not long after he married his beloved Clara), complete the program. Fresh, buoyant and inventive, these two magnificent works have been called “the most perfect of all the products of his genius.”

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Program
SCHUMANN String Quartet No.3 in A major 
MOZART Piano Concerto No.13 in C major 
SCHUMANN Piano Quintet in E-flat major

Age restriction of 8 years+


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Venue Information

Venue
Wollongong Town Hall, Main Auditorium

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Cast & Creative Team

Director & Violin
Richard Tognetti

Violin
Kristian Bezuidenhout

Details

Pricing
PREMIUM:
Adult: $129
Conc: $108
Groups 10+: $119
Under 30: $49

A RESERVE:
Adult: $115
Conc: $98
Groups 10+: $105
Student Rush: $20
Under 30: $49

B RESERVE:
Adult: $92
Conc: $78
Groups 10+: $82
Student Rush: $20
Under 30: $49

C RESERVE:
Adult: $59
Conc: $48
Groups 10+: $49
Student Rush: $20
Under 30: $49

(A per transaction fee of $6.90 applies for phone and online bookings.)

Performance Times
General Public:
Mon 3 July 7.30pm

Running Time
Approx 1 hr 55 mins (incl interval)

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