Sydney Mozart Society: Frank Celata & Friends
Clarinettist Frank Celata has gathered six virtuosi with international careers as soloists, orchestral players and chamber musicians to perform a program that includes joyful, eloquent masterpieces. Mozart’s K 581 is a showpiece inspired by the artistry of his friend. The buoyant theme and nimble variations that open this concert were traditionally thought to be one of Weber’s similarly inspired works. Schubert’s beloved Trout bubbles with joy. The musicianship of top-class performers combined with the rapport of good friends will provide an exceptional experience.
Weber Introduction, Theme and Variations for clarinet and strings in B major (now attributed to Küffner as Op.32)
Mozart Clarinet quintet in A major, K 581
Schubert Piano quintet in A major, D 667 The Trout
Ola Rudner (violin 1)
Anna Skálová (violin 2)
Tobias Breider (viola)
Catherine Hewgill (cello)
Kees Boersma (double bass)
Francesco Celata (clarinet)
Vivian Choi Milton (piano).
Sydney Mozart Society is a not-for-profit group dedicated to promoting Mozart’s works and other fine chamber music and to providing Sydney audiences with world-class performances by leading chamber musicians.
For more details about the performers, their concert programme and Sydney Mozart Society visit www.sydneymozartsociety.com.au
Thursday, 31 March 2022 | 08:00 PM
The Concourse Concert Hall, 409 Victoria Avenue, 2067 View Map