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Mozart and Haydn: A Musical Friendship

  • Metropolitan United Church 468 Wellington Street London, ON, N6A 3P8 Canada (map)

London Symphonia with conductor Matthias Maute

Joseph Haydn was awe-struck by the genius and unbridled energy of his young protégé. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart deeply respected the boundless creativity of his elder mentor. Together, Haydn and Mozart forged a deep bond that influenced the course of music history. They even liked to play together!

This concert, led by Montreal-based conductor, composer, and recorder and flute player, Matthias Maute, explores the musical friendship that developed between these two icons. Our program includes movements from their most famous symphonies and string quartets, along with a performance of Mozart’s beloved Symphony No. 41, “Jupiter.”

Symphony No. 45, “Farewell” (Finale: Presto, Adagio) by Haydn
String Quartet Opus 33, No. 5 (Scherzo: Allegro) by Haydn
Symphony No. 94, “Surprise” (Andante) by Haydn
String Quartet K. 387, “Spring” (Molto Allegro) by Mozart
Symphony No. 96, “Miracle” (Vivace) by Haydn
String Quartet K. 465, “Dissonance” (Andante Cantabile) by Mozart
Symphony No. 41, “Jupiter” by Mozart

More Info
Doors open at 6:30 pm
There will be a 20 minute intermission during this program
Parking near Metropolitan United Church


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Later Event: March 28
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