18 September 2019
11:30 am –
Elder Hall at The University of Adelaide
$30 – $32
The violin in Mozart’s Second Concerto plays in paradise: open space, clear skies and all the time in the world. Anthony Marwood’s expressive playing will reveal a 19-year-old composer who was sprightly and adventurous – but also remarkably sensitive.
Dvořák wrote his Serenade for Strings in a single fortnight of springtime inspiration, one century on from Mozart’s concerto.