The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra is one of Australia's best period instrument Orchestras. Their technical skills and passion bring music from the Baroque and early Classical vibrantly alive. The 2015 season so far has been ecstatically received. The next concerts not to be missed will be held at Sydney's Recital Hall from 9th to 19th September and in Melbourne's Elisabeth Murdoch Hall on the 12th and 13th September. A night of true excellence with talented guest director Kristian Bezuidenhout performing Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor.
Kristian Bezuidenhout has been called "the finest living exponent of the fortepiano". Mozart lived and breathed through this piano.
The program Bezuidenhout has devised, commences with two sinfonias by J.S. Bach's oldest and youngest children: the more traditional W.F. Bach, who worked in the style of his father; and the more contemporary J.C. Bach – whose compositions had a direct influence on Mozart's concerto style.
Kristian Bezuidenhout - Fortepiano
Following this, you can enjoy the beauty and exquisite Andante in C for Flute, featuring the Orchestra's own period Flautist, Melissa Farrow playing this piece on a beautiful period wooden flute.
The exuberant "Linz Symphony" will be a fitting climax for the evening, highlighting the skillful talent of Kristian Bezuidenhout, and no doubt it will leave you with goosebumps from his brilliance.