13 - 21 November 2015
Mozartfest 25th Anniversary

WHAT'S ON

Bath City

SCROLL below for details of all 18 events taking place throughout the festival.

FRIDAY 13th Festival Prelude with Amelia Freedman & Tom Service 7:00pm Assembly Rooms MORE INFORMATION
FRIDAY 13th Nash Ensemble 8:00pm Assembly Rooms MORE INFORMATION
SATURDAY 14th Benedetti Elschenbroich Grynyuk Trio 11:00am Assembly Rooms MORE INFORMATION
SATURDAY 14th The Sixteen with Harry Christophers 7:30pm Bath Abbey MORE INFORMATION
SUNDAY 15th The Mozart Question by Michael Morpurgo 3:00pm Guildhall MORE INFORMATION
SUNDAY 15th Belcea Quartet & Adrian Brendel 7:30pm Assembly Rooms MORE INFORMATION
MONDAY 16th Belcea Quartet 1:00pm Guildhall MORE INFORMATION
MONDAY 16th Tasmin Little & John Lenehan 7:30pm Guildhall MORE INFORMATION
TUESDAY 17th Galliard Ensemble & Huw Watkins 1:00pm Guildhall MORE INFORMATION
TUESDAY 17th English Chamber Orchestra with Stephanie Gonley and Paul Meyer 7:30pm Assembly Rooms MORE INFORMATION
WEDNESDAY 18th Heath Quartet 1:00pm Guildhall MORE INFORMATION
WEDNESDAY 18th Sarah Connolly & Joseph Middleton 7:30pm Guildhall MORE INFORMATION
THURSDAY 19th Henning Kraggerud & Lawrence Power 1:00pm Guildhall MORE INFORMATION
THURSDAY 19th Sir András Schiff 7:30pm Assembly Rooms MORE INFORMATION
THURSDAY 19th BATH MOZARTFEST 25TH ANNIVERSARY GALA EVENING 7:30pm Assembly Rooms MORE INFORMATION
FRIDAY 20th Amadeus 2:15pm Little Theatre Cinema MORE INFORMATION
FRIDAY 20th Jerusalem Quartet 7:30pm Assembly Rooms MORE INFORMATION
SATURDAY 21st Jerusalem Quartet 11:00am Assembly Rooms MORE INFORMATION
SATURDAY 21st City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra with Vassily Sinaisky & Alina Ibragimova 7:30pm The Forum MORE INFORMATION

Welcome to Bath Mozartfest, the annual nine-day, 16 concert, celebration of the music of W A Mozart and those who influenced him and were inspired by his work, programmed by the much acclaimed Amelia Freedman, CBE. In this, the 25th year of the festival, the programme covers centuries and continents from Monteverdi to Poulenc, Schubert and Tchaikovsky.

Artists of the highest international standing descend on the glorious Georgian gem that is Bath each November, and most concerts sell out so early booking is much recommended. This year, artists include András Schiff, the Jerusalem Quartet and three of the finest contemporary violinists: Tasmin Little, Nicola Benedetti and Alina Ibragimova, to drop just a few names to get concert-goers rushing to the box office.

Thoughtfully and intelligently programmed, it is unsurprising that this is the music festival of choice for classical music lovers across the South West and far beyond, attracting visitors from Orkney to Arkansas, some making an annual pilgrimage. Its international reputation is now long-established, as Hugh Canning commented in The Sunday Times: Bath Mozartfest delivers small musical miracles in the City’s glorious surroundings.

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Mozartfest – Simon CallowMozartfest – Nicola BenedettiMozart Fest – Tasmin LittleMozartfest – City of Birmingham Symphoney OrchestraMozartfest – Sir András SchiffMozartfest – Jerusalem QuartetMozartfest – Henning KraggerudMozartfest – Belcea Quartet

 

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