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Work: Clarinet Concerto in A major, K622

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ComposerMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
PeriodClassical
Year1791
Work typeOrchestral
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Works by Rolf Liebermann, Mozart and Mahler recently brought down the house at Zurich’s Tonhalle Maag, in no small part because of Martin Fröst’s illuminating performance.
*****
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Wiener Virtuosen, Hampson and Ottensamer at the Musikverein

Daniel Ottensamer © Julia Stix
Excellent chamber orchestras are a true pleasure to behold. The Wiener Virtuosen were in their element in an evening of Mozart, Mahler and Dvořák. 
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An evening with the Hallé of rhythmical virtuosity

Carlos Miguel Prieto © Benjamin Ealovega

The combined forces of Mexico’s most prominent conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto and the leading Spanish clarinettist Sergio Castelló López lent a slightly new sound to the Hallé. 

***11
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Lots to say: Mozart and Mahler in Liverpool

Robert Trevino © Musacchio & Ianniello
Robert Trevino conducts the RLPO in a stormy Mahler 5th after a deeply personal account Mozart's Clarinet Concerto by Julian Bliss
****1
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French impressionism with Hong Kong Sinfonietta

Raphaël Sévère © Matt Dine
A mixed evening, where Mozart's concerto lacked melancholy and Debussy's Faune inspired neither curiosity nor otherworldliness.
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