Ensemble Appassionato

May 23 2019, 20:30
Ensemble Appassionato
Mathieu HERZOG (direction)
Mozart
Mozart the Eternal
Quartet in D minor K. 421 (1st movement)
Concerto for clarinet K.622 (slow motion)
Gran Partita K. 361 (serenade)
Quartet in C major says Les Dissonances K.465 (1st movement)
Quartet with flute in D major K.285 (slow motion)
Opening of the Marriage of Figaro and air "Voi che sapete"
40th Symphony (Molto Allegro - Andante - Menuetto - Allegro Assai)
Photo: Soizic-Lebouc
L'Escale, Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire

The Musical Emotion is an invitation to a sensory journey in the heart of a composer's thought, a concert in which a direct link is created between the creator and his listener, where the instrumentalists and the conductor become the amplifiers and the revealers of the psyche and musical genius of the great creators like Mozart, Beethoven or Gustav Mahler.

The first part dedicated to WA Mozart will give the ensemble Appassionato and Mathieu Herzog, through a complete interpretation of the 40th symphony and other varied musical examples, to go beyond the usual concert and to bring listeners to feel the music in a new way.

By bringing certain aspects of Mozart's writing, some of Salzburg's genius composition mechanisms, to an accessible light, they will offer listeners more direct access to the emotion that any creator seeks to arouse in his audience.

 

Mathieur Herzog

Mathieur Herzog

Photo Rémi Rière

Photo Rémi Rière