The Symphony Orchestra proposes “Mozart in Vienna and Haydn in London”, on stage Elisso Bolkvadze and Osvaldo Ferreira
Sanremo. On stage with theSymphony Orchestra, Saturday 21 May at 9pm for “Mozart in Vienna and Haydn in London”to the Casino Opera Housetwo internationally renowned masters: Osvaldo Ferreira conductor and pianist, Unesco artist for peace and president of the Culture Commission of the Parliament of the Republic of Georgia, Elisso Bolkvadze.
The program includes the first comic opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart or the “The simple pretense”on booklet by Marco Coltellini, taken from a work by Carlo Goldoni. The year of composition is 1769. Mozart was only twelve years old and the first was performed in the bishop’s palace of Colloredo in Salzburg, on May 1, 1769. The father “manager” knew well that his wolfgang would not be a child prodigy for still a long time and he intended to show just how competent a composer of theatrical works can be. Although not yet studying in Italy, Mozart had listened to numerous Italian operas on trips to Bavaria, Belgium and London. He had taken singing lessons and, thanks to his extraordinary talents, he had no difficulty in making a ‘comic opera of a good standard. The overture K. 51 is a small symphony in three movements, according to the scheme ofItalian overturecheerful-andante-allegro.