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Festival Mozart Nits d'estiu



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  • Dates 8 July 2021‎
  • Ticket prices €35
  • Hall Hall 1 Pau Casals
  • Cycle Festival Mozart Nits d'estiu

Andreas Ottensamer has been forced to cancel his participation to this concert due to health reasons. He will be replaced by his brother Daniel Ottensamer, clarinetist and soloist of the Wiener Philarmoniker.

See the concert live at L’Auditori or follow it on-line at L’Auditori Digital on Thursday, July 8, 2021 at 7 p.m.

The overture to The Creation and different symphonic works by Franz Joseph Haydn all herald something that would become common throughout the 19th century: highly realistic descriptive musical portrayals of scenes and processes from nature. With this new turn, not only did classical music become the perfect vehicle for human expression but also for representing the sublime. This is one of the major achievements of the oratorio The Creation, an enlightened classical vision of the biblical Book of Genesis for solo singers, chorus and orchestra, the overture of which opens this concert.


The symphony “Jupiter" and the Concerto for Clarinet by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart are some of the last works he composed, and they demonstrate a strong desire to broaden his instrumental, expressive and formal resources. Composed close to the outbreak of the French Revolution, in them Mozart draws on the legacies of polyphonists to integrate counterpoint as a driving force. The fabulous Concerto for Clarinet, written for an instrument that constituted a whole new technical breakthrough at the time, is one of his most famous works.

Franz Joseph Haydn: Overture "Representation of Chaos" from the oratorio The Creation (1798) 5'
Fernando Sor: Symphony No. 3 in F (1804) 7'
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Clarinet concerto in A, KV 622 (1971) 28'
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 41 in C "Jupiter", KV 551 (1788) 30'

Barcelona Symphony Orchestra (OBC)‎

Daniel Ottensamer, clarinet
Jonathan Cohen, conductor

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