Composers in the past didn’t live in a bubble! With so many musicians working in Austria in the late 18th century, it’s no surprise that many of them were friends (enemies?), colleagues, or. collaborators. Sometimes they were even related to one another! They spent plenty of time together on and off of the job, and they all were familiar with one another's compositions.
This program will contain a number of well- and lesser-known works, including a sinfonia concertante by J.C. Bach, the Sinfonia da caccia of Leopold Mozart (featuring our fabulous horn players!), the overtures from the operas Armida by Haydn and La scuola di gelosia by Salieri, and a symphony by Michael Haydn.
Sunday, January 29, 2017 – 3:00PM
University of Texas at San Antonio Recital Hall
1 UTSA Cir. • San Antonio, TX 78249 (map)
This concert is free and open to the public thanks to the generous underwriting of the UTSA Department of Music.