Monday 06 July 2015 7.30pm

Levin directs Mozart

The early keyboard works

Event details

  • 7.30pm. West Road Concert Hall, 11 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP

  • 6.30pm Free AAM Explore pre-concert talk


  • Mozart Overture to Lucio Silla (1772)

  • Mozart Concerto No.5 in D major (early version, 1773)

  • JC Bach arr. Mozart Harpsichord concerto in D major K107/1 (1772)

  • Mozart arr. Levin Allegro to a keyboard concerto in G major

  • Mozart Symphony No.29 in A major (1774)


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About this concert

We're delighted to welcome back inspirational scholar-pianist Robert Levin for a programme of Mozart's early works for keyboard and orchestra.

Composed between 1772 and 1774, this concert offers a snapshot of Mozart as a young but increasingly assured composer. From the Overture to Lucio Silla and an arrangement of a keyboard sonata by JC Bach, to the confident Symphony No.29 and Concerto No.5, Levin and co-director Pavlo Beznosiuk chart Mozart's course from child-prodigy to court composer.

“Levin lives Mozart throughout his entire body, and for every second of the score … he plays the music as if he’s writing it himself — for the first time.” The Times, 2011


In rehearsal

Watch Robert Levin rehearse the finale of Concerto No.5 in D Major (1773) alongside co-director, AAM leader Pavlo Beznosiuk.