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Poems of Love by Mozart and Beethoven

Bernard Labadie

Poems of Love by Mozart and Beethoven

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Maison symphonique de Montréal

The two works on this programme have particular resonance in the lives of their composers. While Mozart finished his “Haffner” Symphony only three days after his marriage to Constance Weber, Beethoven wrote his only Concerto for Violin shortly after his secret engagement to Therese Von Brunsvik. Full of romantic spirit, these two Viennese masterpieces resonate with all their ardour and agility under the baton of Bernad Labadie and the bow of James Ehnes.

Orchestre symphonique de Montréal

Bernard Labadie, conductor
James Ehnes, violin

Mozart, Symphonie no 35 en ré majeur, K. 385, « Haffner » (30 min)

Beethoven, Concerto pour violon en ré majeur, op. 61 (42 min)

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TUESDAY 22 SEPTEMBRE 2020 from 7 P.M

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BERNARD LABADIE – Conductor

JAMES EHNES

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