Bezuidenhout, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Mozart
A passionate advocate of Mozart, pianist and conductor Kristian Bezuidenhout directs the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in the composer's Symphony No 29 and Piano Concerto No 24
A passionate advocate of Mozart, Kristian Bezuidenhout directs the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in a concert from the City Halls in Glasgow in homage to Mozart. The uplifting and joyous Symphony No 29 is paired with the later, more complex Piano Concerto No 24, one of the few works that Mozart wrote in the minor key. South African pianist Kristian Bezuidenhout directs from the podium and the piano.
CPE BACH Symphony No 2 in E-flat, Wq 183
MOZART Symphony No 29 in A, K201
Interval at around 8.10pm. Kate Molleson introduces one of only two surviving works Mozart wrote for the bassoon: the Sonata for bassoon and cello K292 (realised here on the fortepiano by Kristian Bezuidenhout) and Beethoven's Adelaide performed by Bezuidenhout in collaboration with Mark Padmore.
MOZART Piano Concerto No 24 in C minor, K491
MOZART Rondo in A major, K386
Kristian Bezuidenhout, conductor
Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Presented by Kate Molleson
Produced by Lindsay Pell