Music Appreciation day – Mozart & Beethoven Saturday 18th June, Chorleywood, just north of London
Mozart K464 & Beethoven’s Op. 18 No.5
Levon talks about Mozart’s K464 and Beethoven’s Op.18 No.5 which are the subject of an entertaining, stimulating Saturday afternoon in Chorleywood:
“Before Beethoven had even written a quartet, he copied the Finale of Mozart’s A Major into his sketchbook, exclaiming, “Now this is a GREAT work!” The longest and most Beethovenian of Mozart’s works, perhaps in trying to emulate and please Haydn, Mozart almost changed his style to produce a work of extraordinary creativity and textures. Beethoven paid his homage and tribute to Mozart by echoing many of its ideas”
This day will focus on two great quartets: Mozart K464 And Beethoven Op 18 No 5. The Chilingirians will provide a fascinating and enlightening study of Mozart K464 and Beethoven Op 18 No 5 Quartets, that aims to illustrate what a touching tribute Beethoven paid to Mozart’s most daring quartet!
The day is hosted at Chorleywood Free church, a lovely 1905 Arts & Crafts church with excellent acoustics. The venue has disabled access and facilities. There is on street free parking. Talk, audience questions, musical illustration and an informal performance of the two pieces by the Chilingirian Quartet.
Saturday 18th June 2016
10.30am – 4.30pm, Chorleywood Free Church
Students & under 18s £25
LEVEL: SUITABLE FOR ALL
10.30am Registration & Coffee
11.00am Morning session
2.00pm Afternoon session
3.45pm Informal recital 4.30pm Day ends
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MAP & DIRECTIONS
The venue is a 10 mins walk from Chorleywood train station via the tube (Metropolitan line from Baker Street) or The Chiltern line from Marylebone