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 READ REVIEW 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 READ REVIEW 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 John Mark Ainsley & 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

Bath Mozartfest 2015 drew to a joyous, celebratory, finale with the CBSO's thrilling performance of Tchaikovsky's Fourth symphony performed under the baton of guest conductor Vassily Sinaisky on Saturday 21st November. This proved to be a perfect conclusion to an outstanding festival marking 25 years of the Bath Mozartfest.

Record ticket sales, many sold out concerts, consistent critical and audience acclaim assured this festival of 'best ever' status, with highlights too numerous to mention. We must, however, mention Sir Andras Schiff, who performed the final sonatas of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert in his gala evening concert - a very special performance that those present will retain in their memories.

Not all of the reviews have yet appeared, and we will post them here as they are printed, but we were all particularly delighted to read Rian Evans' review of the opening Nash concert - the ensemble founded by our own artistic director, Amelia Freedman, 51 years ago - in which she concluded that this concert provided "moments of perfection in an imperfect world". This is absolutely what Amelia and the small Mozartfest team strive to achieve, and there was a particularly poignancy in the joy to be found in the finest music-making when set against the tumultuous and traumatic world events taking place during the Mozartfest week. Many more interesting local reviews are to be found at: www.listomaniabath.com

The Mozartfest team hopes that you will be with them again for the Bath Bachest, a glorious 3-day, 5-concert mini-festival of beautiful Baroque music taking place on 18, 19 and 20 February 2016. Full details and tickets available now at: www.bathbachfest.org.uk.

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Also, please note in your 2016 diary the dates for next year's Mozartfest - Friday 11 to Saturday 19 November.

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