Kaldor Public Art Projects, in partnership with the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, presented a unique performance event, as a musical response to Anri Sala’s The Last Resort.

With expert commentary by acclaimed scholar and performer Neal Peres Da Costa, the Conservatorium’s Early Music Ensemble demonstrated how Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in A Major might have sounded in 1791, highlighting similarities and contrasts with Anri Sala’s interpretation, and revealing new perspectives on one of Mozart’s most-loved compositions.

• Please note that this event has now ended.


Full Program

Johann Baptist Vanhal (1739-1813)
Sinfonia ‘Comista’ Bryan C11 
I. Allegro con brio ‘La Speranza’
II. Andante cantabile ‘il sospirare a languire’
III. Finale-Adagio più andante ‘La Lamentatione - L’Allegrezza’

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Concerto in A major for Clarinet and Orchestra K 622
I. Allegro
II. Adagio
Soloist: Andrew Doyle 


Padre Antonio Soler (1729-1783)
Concerto for Two Organs in D major No. 6
(from Seis Concertos de Dos Organos Obligados, 1771)
I. Allegro - Andante - Allegro -Andante
II. Minuet and Variations
(arranged for four recorders and transposed to C major by Peter Petocz)
The Judgment of Paris recorder quartet: Isabelle Palmer, Ingrid Fittler, Peter Petocz and Aimee Brown

Anri Sala (born 1974)
The Last Resort, based on Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in A Major K 622

Special thanks to Olivier Goinard and Robert Schneider.


Image © Sydney Conservatorium of Music


Thursday 19 October 2017, 6.30pm

Add to Calendar Australia/Sydney MUSICAL PERFORMANCE: MOZART REIMAGINED Hear Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto as it might have sounded in 1791, in this performance by the Early Music Ensemble. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Verbrugghen Hall


Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Verbrugghen Hall