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  MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
© Kropfitsch
8. May 2019 - 7.30 pm
MOZART ACADEMY I

"Music and Knowledge: Kegelstatt"

Elisabeth Kropfitsch (violin) | Marie Isabel Kropfitsch (violin) | David Kropfitsch (violin) | Stefan Kropfitsch (cello) | Johannes Kropfitsch (piano)

On the first Mozart Academy evening this year, the Jess-Trio, assisted by the younger Kropfitsch generation, will play works by Mozart – piano quartets and the “Kegelstatt Trio” KV 498 in a special arrangement for violin, viola and piano. Mozart is said to have composed his twelve horn duos while playing skittles. It is possible that the trio in E flat major was also nicknamed on account of the intimacy of a friendly social gathering that it conveys. Professor Johannes Kropfitsch will explain the highlights of these compositions in an accompanying talk.

Program:

W.A. MOZART

Trio in E flat major KV 498 “Kegelstatt”

W.A. MOZART

Piano Quartet in G minor KV 478

W.A. MOZART

Piano Quartet in E flat major KV 493

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GUEST AT MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
16. May 2019 - 7.30 pm
A VERY MERRY WIDOW

Operetta Goes Jazz
10 Piano Arrangements by 10 Jazz Composers

The most famous melodies from Franz Lehár’s operetta “The Merry Widow”
in jazz arrangements for solo piano

Program:

Julia Maier: A highly respectable wife
Johannes Berauer: I’m off to Chez Maxime
Gerald Schuller: All’s one to all men when there’s gold
Tristan Schulze: Vilia Song
Gernot Wolfgang: Jogging in a one-horse gig
Andreas Hertel: You're back where you first began
Mathias Rüegg: Red as the rose in Maytime
Michael Publig: Eh, voilà les belles Grisettes!
Roland Batik: Love unspoken
Danny Grissett: Ballsirenen

Piano: Florian Reider

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  MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
© Angelika Persterer-Ornig
20. May 2019 - 7 pm
PRIMA LA MUSICA WIEN

"Presenting young talent"

Young and highly talented concert prize winners of the Vienna competition “prima la musica” will demonstrate their skills. Moderated by Angelika Persterer-Ornig.

Program:
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GUEST AT MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
25. May 2019 - 7.30 pm
PIANO EVENING WITH URIEL PASCUCCI

An intimate Masterpiece of the late Beethoven gives the opening to the concert, the Piano Sonata No. 30 in E major Op. 109, which features a free approach to the traditional Sonata Form. The stylistic counterpoint is provided by one of Messiaen’s mystical pieces from the suite “Twenty contemplations on the infant Jesus”, a jewel among the piano repertory. The premiere of “Prelude, Tango and Fugue” is also included, a composition by Uriel Pascucci which features an exciting exploration and blend of classical music and tango. It stands out the stunning suite “Pictures at an Exhibition” by Russian composer Modest Mussorgsky to conclude the concert. The program reveals an astonishing stylistic and emotional range contained in the interplay of the pieces, which will be performed by the pianist Uriel Pascucci. More Info: www.urielpascucci.com

Program:
Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 30 in E Major Op. 109
Olivier Messiaen XI. First communion of the Blessed Virgin (Twenty contemplations on the infant Jesus)
Uriel Pascucci Prelude, Tango and Fugue (Premiere)
Modest Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition

 

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* for children and teenagers up to 16 years; students up to 26 years; seniors from 70 years on
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  MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
© Nancy Horowitz / Christian Prenner
5. June 2019 - 7.30 pm
MOZART ACADEMY II

"Music and Knowledge: "Prelude" to Mozart"

Yuko Batik (piano) | Roland Batik (piano)

Roland Batik is one of the most versatile Austrian musicians, whose musical language transcends traditional boundaries. He says of his compositions: “I seek to merge traditional classical formal elements with ideas inspired by jazz and world music.” He has made a highly successful recording of Mozart’s piano sonatas. On this evening Roland Batik and his long-standing duo partner Yuko Batik will play Mozart’s music as well as his own compositions, offering an experience that blurs the boundaries of and within music.

Program:

W.A. MOZART

Sonatas and fantasies

R. BATIK

Introductions and impressions

Tickets:

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  MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
© G. Kazemi / N. Muus
28. September 2019 - 4 pm
OPERA MASTER PROGRAMM

“Breeches Roles”

Ghazal Kazemi (mezzo-soprano) | Niels Muus (piano)

The attraction of the role of Cherubino in Mozart’s opera “Le Nozze di Figaro” is no doubt due to the compositional beauty and nuance that Mozart gave to the music. In his last opera “La Clemenza di Tito”, inspired by the murderous intrigue surrounding the Roman emperor Titus Vespasian, he also gives Sesto the most beautiful and sensitive arias. The young mezzo-soprano Ghazal Kazemi performs these classic breeches roles together with the pianist Niels Muus.

Program:
W.A. MOZART Arias from “Le Nozze di Figaro” KV 492
  Arias from “La Clemenza di Tito” KV 621

 

Tickets:

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  MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
3. October 2019 - 7.30 pm
CONCERT EVENING WITH TAMÁS VARGA AND SOPHIE DRUML

Tamás Varga (cello) | Sophie Druml (piano)

This concert evening focuses not only on the cello but also on compositions by contemporaries of great composers. Listening to works by Mozart’s contemporary Jean-Pierre Duport, you will embark on a journey into music that may sound familiar, although you may never have heard it before. The pieces are performed by the solo cellist of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Tamás Varga, together with multiple-prize winner Sophie Druml.

Program:
J.-P.-DUPORT Sonata for cello and piano
F. A. RIES Sonata for cello and piano

 

Tickets:

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  MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
© J. Kropfitsch / D. Kropfitsch
23. October 2019 - 7.30 pm
MOZART ACADEMY III

"Music and Knowledge: “Father and Son”"

Jakob Kropfitsch (piano) | David Kropfitsch (violin) | Johannes Kropfitsch (piano)

This concert looks at different facets of famous father-son relationships in the music world: Leopold and Wolfgang Amadé Mozart, Johann Sebastian Bach and his sons, Alessandro and Domenico Scarlatti, and Johann Strauss father and son, to mention but a few. Listen to musical masterpieces with explanations by ProfessorJohannes
Kropfitsch.

Program:
W.A. MOZART Sonata for piano and violin in F major KV 332
  Sonata for four-handed piano in C major KV 521
  Sonata in B major KV 545
J. KROPFITSCH Sonata for violin and piano op. 4, Variations op. 5

 

Tickets:

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  MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
© M. Fujimoto / J. Kropfitsch
6. November 2019 - 7.30 pm
MOZART ACADEMY IV

"Music and Knowledge: “Concerto and Cadenza”"

Miho Fujimoto (piano) | Streich-Sextet

In a letter to his daughter of February 14 and 16, 1785, Leopold Mozart wrote of a concert by Wolfgang: “The concert was unforgettable, the orchestra admirable … then there was a new and sublime piano concerto by Wolfgang…” He was referring to the piano concerto in D minor KV 466, the first of only two piano concertos by Mozart in a minor key, which the pianist Miho Fujimoto will perform on this evening with a string sextet in an arrangement by Carl Czerny. The evening will be presented and the music explained by Professor Johannes Kropfitsch.

Program:
W.A. MOZART Piano Concerto in D minor KV 466 in the arrangement for piano and string sextet by C. CZERNY, 1st movement cadenza by J. BRAHMS
  Concert in Es major KV 271 in the arrangement by J. Kropfitsch

 

Tickets:

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Subscription: (4 concerts) regular € 96 | reduced € 84

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