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Fri, 06 Mar

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Manchester Cathedral

JUPITER 1788 - Mozart in Vienna on the brink of the Turkish War

We are proud to announce our most ambitious concept programme yet: 'Jupiter 1788'! We are sure that this concert will be a revelation. You will witness the opening of the secret vaults of Mozart's symphonic masterpiece: the 'Jupiter' symphony.

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JUPITER 1788 - Mozart in Vienna on the brink of the Turkish War
JUPITER 1788 - Mozart in Vienna on the brink of the Turkish War

Time & Location

06 Mar 2020, 19:30 – 22:00

Manchester Cathedral, Victoria St, Manchester M3 1SX, UK

About the Event

Programme:

 

Michael Haydn: Symphony n.28 in C major MH384 

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Introduction, recitative ‘Judäa Zittert’ and aria "Mein Geist, voll Furcht und Freuden" from the oratorio Aufterstehung un Himmelfahrt Jesu H. 777 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Contredanse La Bataille K.535 2 min 

Contredanse ‘Das Donnerwetter’ (the thunderstorm) K.534 

Lied Ein Deutches Kriegslied K.539 

Lied Lied Beim Aufzug in das Feld K.552 

Arietta Un Baccio di Mano K. 541 

Osmino’s Aria: ‘O wie will ich triumphieren’ (Mozart, 

Entführung aus dem Serail) 

Interval

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony n.41 in C major ‘Jupiter’ K.551

Bass: Marco Bellasi

Conductor: James Gillett/Marco Bellasi

We are proud to announce our most ambitious concept programme yet: 'Jupiter 1788'! We are sure that this concert will be a revelation. You will witness the opening of the secret vaults of Mozart's symphonic masterpiece: the 'Jupiter' symphony. We will take you for a journey back in time to Vienna on the brink of war with the Turkish Empire during the year 1788; the year in which the 'Jupiter' symphony was composed. We will follow Mozart's footsteps, like detectives: we will see his position regarding that war in particular which he expressed in his war songs; we will perform the music he wrote for his new job as imperial composer of chamber music for the Emperor Joseph II. We will perform the music he bought of Michael Haydn and that he kept in his library and the music he conducted in a public performance by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Last but not least we will perform the 'Jupiter' symphony for you. 

Tickets

  • VIP

    Sit in the front 3 rows and enjoy the concert with the best sound and the best view. This ticket includes a complimentary programme

    £25.00
  • Adult

    £18.00
  • Students

    £10.00

Total

£0.00

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