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Bratislava Mozart Festival 2018

The 5th year of the Bratislava Mozart Festival will be held from 26th October until 11th November 2018 in Bratislava. Apart from other pieces, the visitors can look forward to hear Mozart’s „Parisian“ Symphony, the Concert for Flute and Harp and the Requiem. A special concert under the title “Musica Slovaca et Bohemica” is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of foundation of the Czechoslovak Republic, where unique pieces by Anton Zimmermann, Georg Druschetzky and Johann Joseph Rösler will be premiered. Foreign top soloists will present themselves at the Bratislava Mozart Festival 2018 – the Australian flautist Georgia Browne, the Austrian harpist Reinhild Waldek and the Czech clarinettist Igor Františák. Further home and foreign artists and ensembles will perform at the event: Solamente Naturali under the direction of Miloš Valent, the Orchestra 1756 under the baton of Marián Lejava, the Lotz Trio lead by Róbert Šebesta, the BAMF Orchestra under the direction of Martyna Pastuszka as well as soprano Marianna Gelenekyová. Lovers of classical music can expect extraordinary artistic experiences performed by „Mozartean“ music specialists in representative concert venues with professional accompanying notes and refreshment.


26th October 2018 –19:00 – St. Martin’s Cathedral
“Mozart Requiem”

W. A. Mozart: Requiem K 626 d-Moll (Süssmayr’s version)

Soloists of the Salzburg Concert Society
Orchestra 1756
Chorus XVII
Conductor: Marián Lejava

28th October 2018 – 19:00 – Hall of Mirrors of the Primate’s Palace
“Musica Slovaca et Bohemica”

Anton Zimmermann: Serenata affetuosa per la quaresima
Georg Druschetzky: Symphony in G major
Anton Zimmermann: Aria O dulce cor Jesu for soprano & clarinet
Georg Druschetzky: Concerto in D major for three basset horns and orchestra
Johann Joseph Rösler: Partita for basset horn trio
Anton Zimmermann: Symphony in B flat major

Soloists: Marianna Gelenekyová – soprano
Lotz Trio: Róbert Šebesta – clarinet, basset horn, 
Ronald Šebesta – basset horn, Igor Františák – basset horn

Solamente Naturali
Artistic leader: Miloš Valent – violin

11th November 2018 – 19:00 – Hall of Mirrors of the Primate’s Palace
“Mozart in Paris”

Les Petits Riens K 299b
Concerto for flute, harp and orchestra K 297c
Andante in C major for flute and orchestra K 285e
Symphony No. 31 in D major „Parisian“ K 300a

Soloists: Georgia Browne – transverse flute
                 Reinhild Waldek – harp            

BAMF Orchestra
Artistic leader: Martyna Pastuszka – violin


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