For the third time, the annual Barocktage festival of the Staatsoper Unter den Linden brings together leading ensembles and outstanding artists for ten days of music in Berlin. As in previous seasons, the Pierre Boulez Saal joins the Staatsoper to host several concerts. This year, the festival focuses on two composers of different generations who were instrumental in shaping the transition from the Baroque to the Classical era: Christoph Willibald Gluck and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Europa Galante pairs Mozart’s “Milanese Quartets,” written during his stay in the northern Italian city in the early 1770s, with string quartets by Carlo Monza—a composer hardly remembered today but an eminent musical authority at the time with whom Mozart certainly crossed paths while in Milan.
Barocktage 2020 – A production of the Pierre Boulez Saal in cooperation with the Staatsoper Unter den Linden.
- 1 hour 30 minutes
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- Europa Galante
- Fabio Biondi
- Andrea Rognoni
- Stefano Marcocchi
- Alessandro Andriani
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - String Quartet in C major K. 157
Carlo Monza - String Quartet in F major "La fucina di vulcano"
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - String Quartet in G major K. 80
Carlo Monza - String Quartet in B-flat major "Il giocatore"
Carlo Monza - String Quartet in D major "Opera in musica"
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - String Quartet in G major K. 156
Carlo Monza - String Quartet in C major "Gli amanti rivali"