Chamber Music Recital 3

Chamber Music Recital 3

The Mozartists

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We are pleased to present the third and final film in a new series of chamber music recitals, filmed at St Anne & St Agnes Church, London in June 2021.

Daniel Edgar (violin), Gavin Kibble (cello) and Christopher Bucknall (harpsichord), introduce and perform two works by Mozart and one by J. C. Bach.

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The Mozartists, under the dynamic leadership of conductor and artistic director Ian Page, are leading exponents of the m...usic of Mozart and his contemporaries. Originally called Classical Opera, the company was founded in 1997 and has received widespread international acclaim for its stylish and virtuosic period-instrument orchestra, its imaginative and innovative programming, and its ability to nurture and develop world-class young artists.

The Mozartists have a prolific recording profile, and perform regularly at the UK’s leading venues, including Wigmore Hall, the Barbican, Southbank Centre and Birmingham Town Hall; they have also toured to Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Greece and the Czech Republic. They have mounted staged productions and have given numerous UK premières, including Gluck’s La clemenza di Tito, Telemann’s Orpheus, Jommelli’s Il Vologeso, Haydn’s Applausus and Hasse’s Piramo e Tisbe.

Their first two recordings – ‘The A-Z of Mozart Opera’ and ‘Blessed Spirit – a Gluck retrospective’ – were selected for Gramophone’s annual Critics’ Choice, and the first seven releases in their ongoing recording cycle of the complete Mozart operas have attracted superlative reviews. Further recordings include the acclaimed ‘Mozart in London’ and recital discs ‘Where’er You Walk’ (Allan Clayton) and 'Perfido!' (Sophie Bevan), both of which were shortlisted for the International Opera Awards. They recently released the first two volumes in a new ‘Sturm und Drang’ series.
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