Rossini and Mozart
Rossini’s opera La Gazza Ladra dates from 1812. In this work’s popular overture, we’ll hear why Rossini is known as ‘Monsieur Crescendo’. While composing, Mozart took into account the qualities of the performing musicians available to him. He wrote his Clarinet Concerto in A major, K 622 especially for virtuoso
Anton Stadler, who had an instrument with ‘such a soft and charming sound, no one with a heart can resist it’.
In 1884-85, Dvořák wrote his Seventh Symphony in D minor, op. 70, a relatively dark and aggressive work, which has, according to the composer, ‘not one note too many’. In this piece Dvořák adhered more than ever to the traditional symphonic form.
Robeco SummerNights presents two months of wonderful concerts, from classical to jazz and from cabaret to film scores. Top musicians from the Netherlands and around the world bring you all your favourite classical pieces, as well as some surprises! In the beautiful Mirror Hall there is a summer restaurant where you can enjoy a three-course dinner before the concert. Or take a look backstage before the concert with one of our concert hall tours.
James Feddeck (dirigent)
Martin Fröst (klarinet)
WorksRossini - Ouverture (uit 'La scala di seta')
Mozart - Klarinetconcert in A, KV 622
Dvořák - Zevende symfonie in d, op. 70
|Rang 1||Rang 2||Rang 3|
|Standaard||€ 42.00||€ 34.00||€ 24.00|
|CJP||€ 42.00||€ 27.20||€ 24.00|
- Complementary drink
- 25% discount QPark Museumplein
- Complementary wardrobe