Queensland Symphony Orchestra Mozart’s Jupiter

1 - 2 Mar 2024
Conservatorium Theatre, QCGU
Duration TBC
$95 - $135

Available Discounts

Concession, Student, Child, Family, Groups, Schools

Beethoven or Schumann? It’s a tough choice – and we’re leaving it up to you when we present Mozart’s Jupiter. The first time we perform the symphony, we’ll pair it with Beethoven’s moody Moonlight Sonata (with that famous melody), and Hungarian composer György Kurtág's eerie …quasi una fantasia… Our second Jupiter concert kicks off with Schumann’s only piano concerto. Top-tier Aussie pianist Andrea Lam will traverse every peak of this tastefully emotive work. As for the Jupiter? Well, it's Mozart – so you can expect spirit-lifting jollity interspersed with witty melodrama. Can't decide? Why not come to both?

Friday, 1 March 2024, 7.30pm Program

Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata Op.27 No.2
Ludwig van Beethoven Quasi una fantasia (Moonlight sonata), mvt 1
György Kurtág quasi una fantasia
Mark-Anthony Turnage Set To for Brass Dectet
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No.41, K.551 (Jupiter)

Saturday, 2 March 2024, 7.30pm Program

Robert Schumann Concerto for Piano in A minor
Tōru Takemitsu Rain Tree
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No.41, K.551 (Jupiter)

Presented by Queensland Symphony Orchestra in association with Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University

Cast & Creatives

  • Chief Conductor Umberto Clerici
  • Piano Andrea Lam
  • Orchestra Queensland Symphony Orchestra

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