The young pianist Tom Borrow will be a guest soloist with the Konzerthausorchester Berlin for the first time, performing Mozart's Piano Concerto in A major from 1786. This is considered the epitome of the genre and its depth of feeling, warmth and noblesse simply make one happy when listening to it. All the more so under the baton of Christoph Eschenbach!
We continue with Haydn: his 92nd Symphony owes its academic epithet to the claim that it was first played in 1798 for the award of an honorary doctorate to the composer by Oxford University. And his last symphony, No. 104, is likewise very British, at least in terms of its epithet, and also delights musicologists with its flawless structure.
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