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Mozarteum turns 70, with which concerts will it celebrate?

Created exactly seventy years ago, Mozarteum Argentino is the most important private music institution in our country. Soloists, orchestras, choirs, jazz groups, dance companies, composers and eminent directors arrived in Argentina with their hands, and Several national artists were thanked for their scholarshipsOr collaborated with the institution in concerts and tours.

Initiatives such as concerts, midday concerts, indoor branches or Mozartum Joven season tickets at Avenida Nueva de Julio and other non-traditional venues have enabled millions of spectators to have direct contact with the music. number count Over 5 million viewers watched 4,500 performances In Buenos Aires and the interior of the country.

the thrill of return

After the impasse that the pandemic forced, Mozarteum presents season of seven concerts In the Colon Theatre. Inauguration, to be constituted on May 7 Polish tenor Piotr Beczala’s local debut; With pianist Camilo RadicThe singer will choose opera arias and songs.

Elena Bashkirova will play the piano and conduct the Jerusalem Chamber Ensemble in the Mozartium cycle.

Elena Bashkirova will play the piano and conduct the Jerusalem Chamber Ensemble in the Mozartium cycle.

Will return in May Jerusalem Chamber Ensemble, with piano and direction by Elena Bashkirova, Pablo Barragan (clarinet), Mihaela Martin (violin), Adrienne La Marca (viola) and Ivan Karizna with cello (cello). Another outstanding pianist of our time, Nikolay Lugansky, will perform in June with the Orchester Philharmonic Royal de Lige, organized by the Gergeli Madrasa.

In August, Mozarteum proposes Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Danielle Acta will play Hayden’s first cello concerto in the show, complete with works by Paul Ben-Haim and Tchaikovsky. Argentinian Yeruham Sharowski will be on stage. Sampedra pianist Nelson Görner, who lives in Switzerland, will return to the country in September with works by Chopin, Debussy and Albéniz.

Deutsche Kemmerphilharmonie Bremen will join the session with German violinist Christian Tetzlaff on 17 October.

The season finale will be led by Dutch cellist Peter Wispelwe, who will take the feat of playing six suites for solo cello in a single night. Johann Sebastian Bach, of which he is a reference interpreter. Registration for new members will be open from 6 to 8 April.

Dutch cellist Peter Wispelve will be part of Mozarteum's 70th anniversary celebrations.

Dutch cellist Peter Wispelve will be part of Mozarteum’s 70th anniversary celebrations.

will and talent

In March 1952, a group led by musicians and researchers (Mariano Drago, Erwin Lücher, Jorge d’Urbano, Juan Pedro Franz, Carlos Pesina and Carlos Saffron) presented at the Mozartum in Salzburg. Mozarteum Argentina. their project for the foundation ofFocused on the dissemination and study of Mozart’s works through concerts, conferences, publications and radio programs.

The first four sessions took place in the homes of its members, viz. Janet Arata D’Arizé, Born in Buenos Aires in 1922, Janet accepted the offer in 1955 Presiding over the Argentine Mozartium.

The Jerusalem Symphonic Orchestra will perform at the Mozartium Cycle in Köln in August.

The Jerusalem Symphonic Orchestra will perform at the Mozartium Cycle in Köln in August.

“At first I protested but, in the end, my husband and my mother reassured me: ‘Accept Jeanette, it’ll be a short, easy thing anyway…’. I offered Beatriz Santos Muoz, if She wanted to help me – she spoke several languages ​​perfectly – and both of us, very enthusiastic, got to work”, she said in an interview.

Thus began his work as the head of Mozartum, which under his guidance became an institution respected and loved by the public in our country and by national and international artists.

His human warmth, simplicity and professional efficiency they remain in their team of allies, and a hallmark of Mozarteum,

Gisela Timmermanhis associates for almost 50 years, he is the one who makes executive instructionsWhen calling artists contribute their experience, knowledge and passion.

From halls to big stages

Sampedra pianist Nelson Görner, who lives in Switzerland, will play at the cycle of the Mozartium in Köln in September.

Sampedra pianist Nelson Görner, who lives in Switzerland, will play at the cycle of the Mozartium in Köln in September.

Mozartium in 1956 He was encouraged to move his concerts to the Buenos Aires museums. Such as the National Decorative Art, Isaac Fernández Blanco Hispano-American Art and the National Fine Arts, with participation from artists such as Frédéric Gulda, Henrik Scherzing, The Chigiano Quintet, Lazarko Spiller and Peter Lucas Graf.

Another fundamental leap occurred in 1960, when Mozarteum Teatro Colón. arrived in To present two concerts, directed by Igor Stravinsky, in which Arata from Ariz attempted to bring in when she learned that a local agent had given up because he could not send her half the cachet beforehand.

The endless list of figures brought in by the institution one or more times includes the Vienna Philharmonic with Karl Bohm, Mstislav Rostropovich and Daniel Barenboim (two true friends of Mozartum), Olivier Messiaen, Christophe Penderecki and Pierre Boulez.

Joyce DiDonato and his show "In War and Peace: Harmony Through Music", at the Teatro Colón.  Photo Liliana Morcia / Mozartium Argentina Press

Joyce DiDonato and his show “In War and Peace: Harmony Through Music”, at the Teatro Colón. Photo Liliana Morcia / Mozartium Argentina Press

In addition, names such as Alicia de Larocha, Birgit Nilsson, Victoria de Los Angeles, Jesse Norman, Rudolf Nureyev, Ricardo Muti, Simon Rattle, Philippe Herveghe. Joyce DidonatoKarita Matila, Anne-Sophie Pea and Yiddish Menuhin,

for all, for all

In 1959, and on the idea and initiative of Janet Arata d’Ariz (inspired by concerts organized by Myra Hess in London during War II), Mozartum began offering a cycle Midday concert with free admission,

Mozart's famous midday concerts with free admission.

Mozart’s famous midday concerts with free admission.

1978 was the year Opening branches in different provinces Argentina, an activity that includes more than 2,500 concerts and educational activities.

Another undertaking was large scale concerts.: The first of them was that of Zubin Metha, head of the New York Philharmonic, which in 1987 brought together more than 120,000 people at 9 de Julio.

Since the 1960s, Mozarteum has awarded nearly 600 scholarships to young artists and has received 370 Argentine artists at its Atelier de la Cité des Arts in Paris. and, since 1970, Season ticket for youth This allowed the group access to major concerts with seats at very affordable prices.

Zubin Metha concert organized by Mozartum in 1987.  a milestone.

Zubin Metha concert organized by Mozartum in 1987. a milestone.

Without being anchored in the past, the institute today c. Connects educational initiatives throughConcerts, podcasts, courses and other projects for little ones Those who want to continue their unbroken tradition.

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