The Salzburg Mozart Gala - **UK TOUR CANCELLED BY ORCHESTRA**

K&K Philharmonic Present The Salzburg Mozart Gala

"Mozart's music is so pure and beautiful that I regard it as the inner beauty of the universe itself," Albert Einstein once emphasized. - With their homage to the Salzburg genius, the K & K Philharmoniker offer an arrangement of exquisite gusto pieces that have long since become unmistakable catchy tunes.

Throughout Europe, the concerts of the renowned Austrian orchestra are appreciated. Today, the K & K Philharmonic, founded by Matthias Georg Kendlinger, is one of the leading privately financed symphony orchestras. Numerous audio and video recordings underline this impressively. »Salzburg Mozart Gala« continues seamlessly and promises to be an unforgettable experience full of enthusiasm and musical sophistication.

To the Gods favorite and child prodigy the music just seemed to fly in and it just needed the effort to put it on paper. "Everything is already composed, but not written yet," Mozart said during his work on "Idomeneo" on December 30, 1780, to his father. In an artist's life far too short, he left more than 600 works to posterity. Whether serenades, symphonies, sonatas, quartets, masses, operas, oratorios or divertimenti - just the selection for this best-of program is no easy task. For example, the overtures to »Così fan tutte«, »Idomeneo« and »The Magic Flute« are cited, to name but a few highlights. Of course, "A Little Night Music" and the Overture to "Le nozze di Figaro" will add to the pleasure of this concert evening.

One may look forward to Matthias Georg Kendlinger alternating with his son, the 19-year-old conductor Maximilian Kendlinger. At the age of 13, his father Matthias Georg Kendlinger presented him with the baton in the Tonhalle Düsseldorf. In 2016 he conducted his first concert in the Lviv Philharmonic. Since then he is regularly in the context of various concert series at the podium, z. In the Gewandhaus Leipzig, the Konzerthaus Berlin and the hr-Sendesaal in Frankfurt.

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