At only 18 years of age, in 1774 Mozart composed his Symphony no. 29, one of his last Salzburg symphonies before he embarked on a series of tours to Germany and France. This work revisits a more subdued style of orchestration and shows Mozart’s creative genius at its best, from the landmark first movement to the spectacular coda of the fourth. A program performed by the winner of the 2021 OSM Competition (Voice Category) will complete this concert under the direction of Rafael Payare.
Symphony no. 29 in A major, K. 201