Slovenský komorný orchester, foto: Peter Brenkus

Mysliveček Mozart

Thursday, November 30, 2023, 7:00 PM, Season Cycle A
Concert Hall of SPh,
Price: 16, 13 €
Slovak Chamber Orchestra
Members of The Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
Ewald Danel conductor
Simona Houda Šaturová soprano
Josef Mysliveček  Symphony in G major, ED. 10:G 10
Tu me da me dividi!, Aristea’s Aria from L’Olimpiade
Ezio Overture
Il caro mio bene, Rinaldo’s Aria from Armida
Demetrio Overture
Sarete al fin contenti… Mi parea del portno in seno, Cleonice’s Recitativ and Aria from Demetrio
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No. 47 in D major, K. 97
Chi mai del mio provò piacer più dolce?… Idol mio, se ritroso, Elettra’s Recitativ and Aria from Idomeneo
Lo sposo deluso Overture, K. 430 (restored by Peter Hochel)
Crudele! Ah no, mio bene… Non mi dir, Donna Anna’s Recitativ and Aria from Don Giovanni

Some time ago, on the occasion of the premiere of the film Il Boemo, Simona Houda Šaturová was asked about the difference in interpretation between Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his Czech contemporary Josef Mysliveček. “The aesthetics of interpreting both composers are really close, I would even say that there is no room for differentiation between Mozart and Mysliveček in vocal approach. A few years ago, I had the opportunity to record works of both composers, selecting pieces from the same decade when Mysliveček was at the peak of his creativity and Mozart was just beginning. It was an incredibly interesting comparison. Since then, I have the impression that Mozart essentially continued and developed Mysliveček’s contribution.” You can see for yourself how soprano Šaturová interprets the works of these mentioned composers with warmth and style at the Advent concert. The Slovak Chamber Orchestra will try to evoke the impression of a classical court orchestra.