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Cappella Andrea Barca / Sir András Schiff

Thursday 4 November 2021
19:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Cappella Andrea Barca

Sir András Schiff, Klavier, Dirigent

Programme

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Es-Dur K 271 »Jeunehomme« (1777)

Franz Schubert

Symphonie Nr. 5 B-Dur D 485 (1816)

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Konzert für Klavier und Orchester B-Dur K 595 (1791)

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

2. Satz: Andante (Sonate F-Dur K 533 mit dem Rondo K 494) (1786–1788)

Note

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Orchestral clockwork

»Such musicians are more than an orchestra, they form a large chamber ensemble. [..] Everything works like in a perfect clockwork.« was the verdict of the Westdeutsche Zeitung about the Cappella Andrea Barca. The musicians of the Cappella Andrea Barca are for the most part active as soloists and chamber musicians all over the world and for the most part are not bound to a fixed orchestra.

About the ensemble's »namesake« its founder, Sir András Schiff, knows: »We know very little about the life of Andrea Barca, despite assiduous efforts of modern musicology. He was born – probably – between 1730 and 1735 in Marignolle near Florence, his parents and ancestors were ›contadini‹ (peasants). He had a close relationship with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, at whose private concert on April 2, 1770, at the Villa Poggio Imperiale near Florence, he is said to have participated as a page turner. Since that day he has decided to devote his life mainly to the interpretation of Mozart's piano works.«

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