On October 17, 2011, the Tokyo Sinfonia’s special event sponsored by Tokyo International University, is hosting a Mozart Serenade Monday evening at Kioi Hall. The programme will open with Mozart’s universally popular Serenade in G Minor, Eine kleine Nachtmusik, as Mozart himself titled it in his catalogue. Few Mozart lovers will know his youthful Grand Concerto for 2 Violins, written at age 18 for Leopold and Wolfgang Mozart, father and son, both excellent violinists.
Violinists include Tokyo Sinfonia principal players Keiko Kawamata and Natsuko Haga. They will be performing Mozart’s splendid Symphony for Strings in D Major, which they have drawn from K. 593.
Details: Tokyo International University special event, Kioi Hall (Kioi-cho)
Serenade No. 13 in D Major (Eine kleine Nachtmusik), K. 525
Concerto for 2 Violins & Strings, K. 190 – Keiko Kawamata, Violin solo • Natsuko Haga, Violin solo
Symphony for Strings in D Major, from K. 593