Magnificent Mozart

Thu. January 26, 2023 at 7:30 pm

Andrei Feher, conductor
Andrew Armstrong, piano
Symphony Nova Scotia
On the program

Kelly-Marie Murphy: On Rethinking Heroism in the 21st Century
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 27
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 40

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Symphony Nova Scotia salutes the world’s most iconic composer! Mozart’s magnificent music comes to life in this blockbuster concert featuring two of his all-time greatest hits. First, hear the rich, expressive playing of pianist Andrew Armstrong in Mozart’s stunning final gift to the piano – the daring, transcendent, and deeply emotional Piano Concerto No. 27. Then, experience one of Mozart’s last works, and also one of his greatest – the dark, brooding Symphony no. 40.

This concert will be livestreamed as part of our Digital Series! Learn more and get e-tickets here.


Mozart’s music is so clean and refined, and for that reason I think he’s one historic composer that sits REALLY well alongside contemporary composers. I am delighted that this concert will open with a piece from our inaugural Maria Anna Mozart Award winner, Kelly-Marie Murphy: On Rethinking Heroism in the 21st Century. It is perfect for this programme, and I think it completely transforms the way we hear Mozart after it. It’s like having the chance to see a painting you know really well set inside a completely different frame. There’s something a bit rock and roll about it!

Ticket info

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