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Salieri explored through music

Mon 23 April, 6pm
Running Time: 45 mins

Pianist, composer and broadcaster David Owen Norris, demonstrates the 18th century music that composer Antonio Salieri would have listened to, performing alongside the Southbank Sinfonia and Amadeus vocalists.

This pre-show presentation also includes the newly discovered collaborative piece composed by both Mozart and Salieri.

Programme:

'Piano Concerto in C' (1773) by Antonio Salieri (British premiere)

'Amor prigioniero' by Giuseppe Bonno (British premiere)

'Per la ricuperata salute di Ofelia' (1785) by Salieri/Mozart/Cornetti 

'Ch’io mi scordi di te? – non temer, amato bene' (1786) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Tickets: £7 (£5 concessions)

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