Mozart Concerto Festival

17 ΜΑΥ 2015
Main Stage
A musical marathon of masterful concerti by the much-loved master Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
15 – 18 – 28 €
Concs 10 – 12 – 15 €
Unemployed 5 €
Amadeus, beloved by God but also by the Camerata and Athenian music-lovers, returns to the OCC as part of an ambitious project as the Camerata’s classical period instruments (different from those of the Baroque era) prepare to take on a new and major challenge: a mini Mozart Concerto Festival.

Showcasing musical ‘rivalry’ between different instruments and singular, rarely-heard works, the authentic sound of this musical marathon of masterful Mozart concerti calls into question everything we thought we knew about the music of the great Wolfgang.

The Camerata’s performances on classical-era instruments -performances which the ensemble pioneered at the OCC- have been hailed as a ‘revelation’ by the international Press (Le Soir, Brussels). Discover a new Mozart and let the Camerata’s soloists transport you to the magical world of his eternal music.


Camerata (on period instruments)
Conducted by George Petrou

Concerto for flute and harp Κ. 299/297c, in C major
Zacharias Tarpangos (transverse flute), Maria Bildea (Erard harp from 1804)

Bassoon Concerto K. 191/186e, in B flat major
Alexandros Economou (bassoon)

Clarinet Concerto Κ. 622, in A major
Spyros Mourikis (clarinet)

Piano Concerto Κ. 413, in F major
George Petros (fortepiano, copy of a Walter from 1780)

Violin Concerto no. 5, Κ. 219
Sergiu Nastasa (violin)

Horn Concerto no. 1, Κ. 412+514
Konstantinos Siskos (natural horn)

Sinfonia Concertante, Κ. 364
Otilia Alitei (violin)
Robert Smagulov (viola)

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