Glasgow Concert Halls
Dates and times
Works and movements by Mozart including:
String Duo No.1 in G major
Divertimento in E flat major
String Quartet No. 18 in A major
String Quintet No.4 in G minor
Divertimento No.15 in B flat major
Divertimento No.17 in D major
Symphony No.29 in A major
Interspersed with chamber music by Sally Beamish, Edmund Finnis, György Kurtág and more
Mozart was not only an undeniable genius but a prolific one too, leaving a legacy of over 600 hummable works, from gentle solo piano lines to blasting symphonies.
This carefully curated palette of pieces intentionally shows off the composer’s incredible range, starting with just a few musicians and gradually building to a vivacious symphony, complete with oboes and horns. Join Scottish Ensemble to experience the many shades of Mozart, from the delicately intriguing to the rarely performed to the downright sparklingly brilliant.
Scottish Ensemble is the UK’s leading string orchestra; a group of outstanding musicians championing music for strings. Led by violinist Jonathan Morton, SE crosses genres, styles, musical periods and art forms to create new connections and offer new perspectives, whilst delivering rewarding live performances of the highest quality. Increasingly known for their bold and adventurous collaborations with artists from other fields, SE perform across Scotland, the UK and internationally.
Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3NY