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Thursday 08 Octobre 2020

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    25 September 2020 - 17 October 2020

    Festival Baroque de Pontoise - Act I

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  • Duni

    25 September to 12 November 2020 

    Matera, Italy
    Festival Duni - 21st edition

    The Festival will be opened on September 25 in the Dom of Matera by the first modern performance of the Neapolitan Oratorio Sant’Eustachio (patron saint of Matera) by Donato Ricchezza (Naples 1689) with Cappella Neapolitana conducted by Antonio Florio. You are all warmly welcome to the magic city of Matera!

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  • SJSS

    8 October 13.05 (GMT + 1) 

    Saint John's Smith Square - London

    Anneke Scott – horn
    Consone Quartet

    Mozart’s Stolen Beauties - works for natural horn and strings

    Anonymous - Air varié pour corno (sur 'Là ci darem la mano')
    Michael Haydn - Romance in Ab major for horn and strings (MH 806, Op. II)
    Beethoven - String Quartet, Op.18
    Mozart - Quintet in Eb major for horn and strings, K.407/386c

    Mozart left to horn players a lasting legacy of iconic works. Like double bass players, constantly being asked if they ‘had wished they played the flute’ – strangers whistle the opening bars of the famous Rondo of K.495 to horn players innocently wishing to go about their business. Either that, or they sing ‘I found my horn, gorn,’ in the immortal words of Michael Flanders. Alongside one of Mozart’s most memorable works - the Quintet in E flat for horn and strings K.447 - Anneke Scott and the Consone Quartet illustrate the various ways in which Mozart’s works have been “appropriated” for the horn with the virtuosic theme and variations written for London’s most famous horn player of the 19th century, Giovanni Puzzi, plus perform a work Mozart “appropriated” for himself with the curious history of Michael Haydn’s Romance for horn and strings.

    Tickets: £10 (Young Friends - £5)

    DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE at www.sjss.org.uk from 15th October 2020

    www.annekescott.com
    www.consonequartet.com