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Tetzlaff & KORK - Mozart

  • Karl Johans gate 47, Domus Media (Midtbygningen), Oslo
  • +47 90131755
  • May 21, 2022
  •  /  2:00 PM
  • (1 Upcoming Dates)

The Norwegian Radio Orchestra (KORK)'s own chamber series has been running for a full 14 seasons, and for the first time the concerts take place outside Store studio. You'll get to know the orchestra's new, young solo boobyist Marie Tetzlaff - and yes, she comes from the famous musician family as the daughter of the famous violinist Christian Tetzlaff.

Tetzlaff links the program to the season's theme Change of direction with two classics for oboe and strings, written about 150 years apart. Perhaps more than anyone else, Benjamin Britten turned English music away from "Elgar" romance to completely new and modernist directions. The Phantasy Quartet from 1932 became the 19-year-old's first international success and was praised by critics for its originality.

Mozart himself was a pioneer in almost all of his music, but it is easy to think that he only refined already existing forms and genres, which Haydn, among others, had written before him. By his sheer genius, he nevertheless became a "game changer", whether he wrote opera or chamber music, and his oboe quartet from 1781 was also one of the few of its kind. It was written for an instrument in development, with musical details that sound as refreshing then as now.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756—1791): Obo Quartet in F major
Benjamin Britten (1913—1976): Phantasy Quartet, op. 2

  • Last Updated: 01/25/2022
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