Freiburg Baroque Orchestra
Artistic Directors: Gottfried von der Goltz, Kristian Bezuidenhout
Music 
6-7 Mar 2020
Freiburg Baroque Orchestra
Artistic Directors: Gottfried von der Goltz, Kristian Bezuidenhout
Music 
6-7 Mar 2020
Photo by Marco Borggreve
Photo by Uwe Arens
Freiburg Baroque Orchestra
Artistic Directors: Gottfried von der Goltz, Kristian Bezuidenhout
Music 
6-7 Mar 2020

Freiburg Baroque Orchestra

Beethoven’s and Mozart’s piano concerti will be exquisitely rendered on fortepiano by Kristian Bezuidenhout, 18th-century keyboard specialist, 
accompanied by the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra.

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Beethoven’s and Mozart’s piano concerti will be exquisitely rendered on fortepiano by Kristian Bezuidenhout, 18th-century keyboard specialist, 
accompanied by the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra.
“Fire and ice fused to create playing of real character, alert yet also majestic and hugely impressive” Gramophone

“Scintillating performance... Crisp, energetic” Bachtrack

“Mr. Bezuidenhout’s performance showed that the fortepiano’s compactness, and the physicality of the solo line, explain a lot about Mozart’s piano writing.” The New York Times


A succession of three of Beethoven’s piano concerti will be exquisitely rendered on fortepiano—predecessor of the modern piano—by Kristian Bezuidenhout, 18th century keyboard specialist. His performance will be accompanied by the refreshing Freiburg Baroque Orchestra on an ensemble of historical instruments in an exhilarating evening capturing the composer’s ideal sonority. The second concert is a vivacious, graceful all-Mozart evening, featuring both his piano concerti and concert arias.


Mar 6
Beethoven
Piano Concerto No 1 in C major, Op 15
Piano Concerto No 2 in B-flat major, Op 19
Piano Concerto No 3 in C minor, Op 37

Fortepiano: Kristian Bezuidenhout

Mar 7
Mozart
Piano Concerto No 9 in E-flat major, KV271, ‘Jenamy
Concert Aria ‘Chi sà, chi sà, qual sia’, KV582
Concert Aria ‘Vado, ma dove?’, KV583
Concert Aria ‘Bella mia fiamma’, KV528
Piano Concerto No 25 in C major, KV503
Concert Aria ‘Ch’io mi scordi di te?’, KV505

Fortepiano: Kristian Bezuidenhout
Soprano: Robin Johannsen
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“Fire and ice fused to create playing of real character, alert yet also majestic and hugely impressive” Gramophone

“Scintillating performance... Crisp, energetic” Bachtrack

“Mr. Bezuidenhout’s performance showed that the fortepiano’s compactness, and the physicality of the solo line, explain a lot about Mozart’s piano writing.” The New York Times


A succession of three of Beethoven’s piano concerti will be exquisitely rendered on fortepiano—predecessor of the modern piano—by Kristian Bezuidenhout, 18th century keyboard specialist. His performance will be accompanied by the refreshing Freiburg Baroque Orchestra on an ensemble of historical instruments in an exhilarating evening capturing the composer’s ideal sonority. The second concert is a vivacious, graceful all-Mozart evening, featuring both his piano concerti and concert arias.


Programme
Mar 6
Beethoven
Piano Concerto No 1 in C major, Op 15
Piano Concerto No 2 in B-flat major, Op 19
Piano Concerto No 3 in C minor, Op 37

Fortepiano: Kristian Bezuidenhout

Mar 7
Mozart
Piano Concerto No 9 in E-flat major, KV271, ‘Jenamy
Concert Aria ‘Chi sà, chi sà, qual sia’, KV582
Concert Aria ‘Vado, ma dove?’, KV583
Concert Aria ‘Bella mia fiamma’, KV528
Piano Concerto No 25 in C major, KV503
Concert Aria ‘Ch’io mi scordi di te?’, KV505

Fortepiano: Kristian Bezuidenhout
Soprano: Robin Johannsen