Mozart Festival in Salzburg
27 Jan — 2 Feb 2022 | Tour Director: John Bryden
• Experience a specially chosen selection of Mozart’s music with a particular focus on his works for string instruments
• Hear some of the most celebrated performers of Mozart in the world, including the Vienna Philharmonic, Daniel Barenboim and the Hagen Quartet
• Enjoy a spectacular semi-staged performance of Così fan tutte conducted by Sir András Schiff
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international concert pianist and organist and classical music lecturer
Depart London Heathrow 1050 on British Airways, arriving Munich 1345. Transfer to Hotel Imlauer & Bräu Salzburg for six nights. Welcome and introduction.
Morning lecture followed by performance at the Stiftung Mozarteum featuring the Hagen Quartet: Mozart Quartet in B major, K 458, Quartet in D major, K 499, Quartet in D major, K 575.. Afternoon: guided tour of the original archives in the Mozarteum’s Autograph Vault. Evening performance at the Felsenreitschule featuring Cappella Andrea Barca, Salzburg Bach Choir and soloists under Sir András Schiff (conductor): Mozart Così fan tutte (semi-staged).
Morning lecture followed by guided walking tour of Salzburg to include Mozart’s birthplace and cathedral, and afternoon visit to Mozart’s Wohnhaus. Evening performance at the Grosses Festspielhaus featuring the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra with Daniel Barenboim (conductor, piano), Rainer Honeck (violin) and Sophie Dervaux (bassoon): Mozart Concerto in B major for bassoon and orchestra, K 191, Concerto in B major for violin and orchestra, K 207, Concerto in E-flat major, K 271 ‘Jeunehomme’.
Whole day excursion to the Salzkammergut area including private visit to the Kaiservilla (summer residence of Emperor Franz Joseph I), and visit to church in St Wolfgang. Free evening.
Morning lecture followed by visit to Salzburg Residenz. Afternoon performance at the Siftung Mozarteum featuring Daniel Barenboim (piano) and Michael Barenboim (violin): Mozart Sonata in B major for piano and violin, K 378, Sonata in A major for piano and violin, K 526, Six variations on ‘Hélas, j'ai perdu mon amant’, K 360, Sonata in E-flat major for piano and violin, K 481.
Morning lecture followed by performance at Salzburg Residenz featuring Quatuor Van Kuijk with Adrien La Marca (viola): Mozart String Quintet in D major, K 593, String Quintet in E-flat major, K 614, String Quintet in G minor, K 516. Evening performance at the Siftung Mozarteum featuring Kristian Bezuidenhout (fortepiano), Isabelle Faust (violin), Simone Jandl (viola) and Christoph Dangel (cello): Mozart Trio in G major, K 564, Piano Quartet in G minor, K 478, Piano Trio in G major, K 496, Piano Quartet in E flat major, K 493.
Depart Munich 1435, arriving London Heathrow 1540.
27 Jan — 2 Feb 2022
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FITNESS / PRACTICALITIES
This tour involves a significant amount of walking to our daytime visits and concert venues, however this is mainly over flat ground, some of which is within the pedestrian zone of Salzburg. While this makes for a relaxing overall experience, participants should be aware of the amount of walking as well as the possibility of snow and ice at this time of the year. Some terrain is cobbled and the pavements in Salzburg can be tricky to navigate. Participants should have a good overall level of fitness.
For customers who wish to make their own travel arrangements, ACE is pleased to be able to offer a flight reduction of £175.
Cost of £2995 includes: return airfare, accommodation based on sharing a superior twin or double bedded room, performances as described, breakfast, one lunch, five dinners with water & coffee, excursions & admissions, gratuities.
Not included: travel insurance, superior double room for single use supplement £305.