European Mozartways

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"A day full of Mozart" - Offenbach's connection with the musical genius continues even in times of pandemic

September 25 / Offenbach am Main / BŁsingpalais

Legend: copyright Musikschule Offenbach
On Saturday, September 25, an extensive Mozart program will be held at the BŁsingpalais under the title "A Day Full of Mozart" starting at 2 pm. Nearly 30 young Mozart enthusiasts and a dozen professionals from the music school's teaching staff will create a generous and inspired Mozart program into the early evening.

Beginning at 2 p.m., students from the School of Music will pay tribute to Mozart on piano, violin, cello, flute, recorder, French horn and guitar. There will also be music by centenarians, such as Camille Saint-SaŽns, who died 100 years ago, and Astor Piazzolla, who would have turned 100 this year.

Starting at 5 p.m., teachers from the music school will play an eventful program. Well-known classics such as "Exsultate, jubilate" can be experienced as well as Slavonic Dances by AntonŪn DvořŠk or the spectacular 'Danse macabre' by Saint-SaŽns, each in versions for four-hand piano. The work 'MittelZart' by Lukas Grossmann, which brings Mozart together with Igor Stravinsky, will be premiered. With the "open wings" a new piano pedagogical concept will be presented. Organizers are the Musikschule Offenbach e.V. and the Office for Cultural Management.

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