The Academy of Ancient Music

Date: 16 Jun 2008 - 19:30
Music Community:
  • Giuliano Carmignola
Event details:

Audience favourite Giuliano Carmignola returns with a
pair of violin concertos by brothers Joseph and Michael

Carmignola has forged a strong relationship with
the AAM over the past few years, and this has been
commented on by audiences and critics alike.

The concert ends
with a popular symphony by Joseph Haydn, generally reckoned
to be the father of the symphonic form, and begins with a
youthful example of the genre by his younger compatriot Mozart.

Mozart Symphony No.14 in A major K114
J Haydn Violin concerto in C major Hob VIIa:1
M Haydn Violin concerto in A major MH207
J Haydn Symphony No.49 in F minor ‘La Passione'

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