A Bath Mozart Minifest concertMore info
The Bath Mozartfest team is delighted to present a 4-day, 8-concert Virtual Mozart Minifest from Wednesday 18 to Saturday 21 November 2020, thanks to an exciting collaboration with Wiltshire Music Centre.
Each concert will be a livestream performance coming direct from the Centre in Bradford-on-Avon. The Mozartfest’s world-class music will be delivered to audience members at home, as it’s being performed, and will be available from midday the day after the event for 72 hours( 3 days) so you can view at leisure, via a computer, laptop, tablet or smart device connected to the internet.
The Minifest starts with an all- Mozart programme by Melvyn Tan, master of the fortepiano, on Wednesday 18 November and continues with daily 1pm and 7pm concerts, ending on Saturday 21 November with Mozartfest favourites, the Nash Ensemble.
Please click on the artist name below for full programme details.
For more information about the programme or tickets, please call the Bath Mozartfest Office on 01225 429750.
Wednesday 18 November, 1pm - Melvyn Tan, Fortepiano (available to Watch Again until 6pm, Sunday 22 November)
Wednesday 18 November, 7pm - Doric String Quartet with Michael Collins (available to Watch Again until 6pm, Sunday 22 November)
Thursday 19 November, 1pm - Olivier Stankiewicz, Amy Harman, Alasdair Beatson (available to Watch Again until 12pm, Monday 23 November)
Thursday 19 November, 7pm - Gould Piano Trio (available to Watch Again until 12pm, Monday 23 November)
Friday 20 November, 1pm - Stephanie Gonley, violin; Lawrence Power, viola; Adrian Brendel, cello (available to Watch Again until 12pm, Tuesday 24 November)
Friday 20 November, 7pm - Steven Osborne, piano (available to Watch Again until 12pm, Tuesday 24 November)
Saturday 21 November, 1pm - Jack Liebeck violin, Katya Apekisheva piano (available to Watch Again until 12pm, Wednesday 25 November)
Saturday 21 November, 7pm - Nash Ensemble (available to Watch Again until 12pm, Wednesday 25 November)
Presenting a festival this year has felt like a rollercoaster ride, but I am thrilled that we will after all be able to bring high quality live music to our audience and to provide work for musicians. We are indebted to the Wiltshire Music Centre for enabling us to do so. I look forward to welcoming you to our first virtual festival and will be with you in spirit if not in person!Amelia Freedman, CBE FRAM - Artistic Director of Bath Mozartfest
Our collaboration with Bath Mozartfest is a perfect example of the benefits that our new livestream platform can bring. By embracing new technology and allowing people to tune into our performances and projects from home we are able to celebrate live music, support artists, reach wider audiences and serve our community.James Slater - Artistic Director and Interim Chief Executive of Wiltshire Music Centre