Lamb & Hayward Masterworks

Mozart & Beethoven


Douglas Lilburn Auditorium, Christchurch Town Hall

 

Ravil Atlas – Chorus Director/Conductor
Martin Riseley - Concertmaster
 
David McGregor – Clarinet
Anna Leese – Soprano
Kristin Darragh – Mezzo Soprano
Oliver Sewell – Tenor
Wade Kernot – Baritone
 
CSO Chorus 

 

Ludwig van Beethoven – Coriolan Overture
Mozart – Clarinet Concerto in A major, K.622
Ludwig van Beethoven – Mass in C
 
 

DATES

  • 15 Oct
    Thursday 15th October, 7:30 pm 2020-10-15 19:30:00 2020-10-16 03:30:00 Pacific/Auckland Lamb & Hayward Masterworks: Mozart & Beethoven Born in 1770 in Bonn, Germany, Ludwig van Beethoven is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest composers of all time. His music was as radical as his political views and frequently shocked audiences with its innovative use of rhythm and harmony. At the time of its first performance, Beethoven’s Mass in C was not well received by audiences due to its revolutionary ideas. Today, it is embraced by audiences globally and loved for its potent drama and vocal power. Performed by the CSO’s Principal Clarinet, David McGregor, Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto is considered to be one of his most sublime works. Composed during the final year of Mozart’s life this concerto conveys a reflective poignancy. Douglas Lilburn Auditorium, Christchurch Town Hall CSO marketing@cso.co.nz Get Tickets

Born in 1770 in Bonn, Germany, Ludwig van Beethoven is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest composers of all time. His music was as radical as his political views and frequently shocked audiences with its innovative use of rhythm and harmony.

At the time of its first performance, Beethoven’s Mass in C was not well received by audiences due to its revolutionary ideas. Today, it is embraced by audiences globally and loved for its potent drama and vocal power.

Performed by the CSO’s Principal Clarinet, David McGregor, Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto is considered to be one of his most sublime works. Composed during the final year of Mozart’s life this concerto conveys a reflective poignancy.