Mozart Chamber Works
  • Edinburgh International Festival

Musicians from the Philadelphia Orchestra gather for an intimate chamber concert of two iconic works by Mozart.

Alongside their two Usher Hall concerts this year, some of the Philadelphia Orchestras finest musicians gather for an intimate chamber concert of two iconic works by Mozart.

The sublime Clarinet Quintet is justly one of the best-loved works in the chamber repertoire, showcasing not only its clarinet soloists agility and dexterity, but also the instruments long, singing melodies, above all in its poignant slow movement.

The Philadelphia Orchestras vibrant Music Director Yannick Nzet-Sguin is equally respected for his sensitivity and insights as a pianist. He joins his orchestral colleagues as soloist in Mozarts elegant Piano Concerto No 12, composed to delight discerning Viennese audiences, in the composers own chamber version for keyboard and string quartet.

Supported by

Dunard Fund

Musicians of The Philadelphia Orchestra

Yannick Nzet-Sguin Piano

Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A major

Mozart Piano Concerto No 12 (version for piano & string quartet)

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