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Camerata Salzburg

The Austrian ensemble plays music of its home area by Mozart.

The young cellist Julia Hagen is one of the most promising instrumentalists of her generation. She debuted as a soloist with the Wiener Jeunesse Orchester at age 14 and since then she has performed throughout Europe and Japan. She now makes her debut at Konserthuset together with Camerata Salzburg.

Camerata Salzburg regularly tours the world, from Paris to Beijing. They primarily perform music from the First Viennese School and with a connection to Salzburg, which has made Camerata Salzburg a cultural ambassador and international symbol of Mozart’s hometown. The orchestra is one of the primary ensembles at both the Salzburg Festival and Mozart Week, and has their own subscription series in the main hall of the Mozarteum Foundation.

The music at this guest performance at Konserthuset is thoroughly Austrian. We hear Julia Hagen as the soloist in Haydn’s original and virtuosic Concerto in D major. We also hear Bruckner’s Andante and two early works by Mozart – including the soulful Symphony No. 29, which with its exquisite form and style more closely resembles a piece of chamber music than symphonic music.

The Austrian ensemble plays music of its home area by Mozart.

Wednesday 5 April 2023 19.00

Ends approximately 21.00

Price:

140-440 SEK

The young cellist Julia Hagen is one of the most promising instrumentalists of her generation. She debuted as a soloist with the Wiener Jeunesse Orchester at age 14 and since then she has performed throughout Europe and Japan. She now makes her debut at Konserthuset together with Camerata Salzburg.

Camerata Salzburg regularly tours the world, from Paris to Beijing. They primarily perform music from the First Viennese School and with a connection to Salzburg, which has made Camerata Salzburg a cultural ambassador and international symbol of Mozart’s hometown. The orchestra is one of the primary ensembles at both the Salzburg Festival and Mozart Week, and has their own subscription series in the main hall of the Mozarteum Foundation.

The music at this guest performance at Konserthuset is thoroughly Austrian. We hear Julia Hagen as the soloist in Haydn’s original and virtuosic Concerto in D major. We also hear Bruckner’s Andante and two early works by Mozart – including the soulful Symphony No. 29, which with its exquisite form and style more closely resembles a piece of chamber music than symphonic music.

  • The music

    Approximate times
  • Anton Bruckner Andante from String Quintet in F major, version for string orchestra arr Stanislaw Skrowaczewski
    8 min
  • Joseph Haydn Cello Concerto No. 2 in D major
    25 min
  • Intermission
    25 min
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Divertimento in D major KV 136
    13 min
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No. 29
    28 min
  • Participants

  • Camerata Salzburg
  • Julia Hagen cello

Wednesday 5 April 2023 19.00

Ends approximately 21.00

Price:

140-440 SEK