|Sat 21 Jun 2014, 6:00pm|
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Haydn’s courtly and confident Symphony No 82 surprises listeners with a playful reference to bagpipes and bear-dances. Mozart’s Symphony No 40 is one of a final trio of symphonies written in Vienna in 1788 containing Mozart’s most emotionally and intellectually authentic music. Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder – Songs on the Death of Children – are intimate, delicately-scored settings of poems by Rückert suffused with love and longing.
Featuring: Bianca Andrew, mezzo soprano
Symphony No.82, C major
Mahler arr. Leeuw
Symphony No. 40, K.550, G minor
Free pre-concert talk with Music Director, Marc Taddei, and guest(s) at Wellington 3pm, Masterton 6pm, Kapiti 5pm
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