Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra: making great music personal

mozart piano magic

  • Mozart Piano Concerto No. 11 in F. major
  • Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major
  • Mozart Piano Concerto No. 6 in B-flat major
  • Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major

Immerse yourself in Mozart magic. You’ll hear no. 6 written in 1776 while Mozart was still living at home; no. 11, one of the first three concertos he wrote as a newly wed in Vienna; and the sublime expressions of 1785 and 1786 that reveal Mozart “smiling through his tears.? Many years later, Mozart contemporary Ambros Rieder would write, “Even to this day, although a very old man, I can still hear those heavenly harmonies and die in the firm conviction that there has been only one Mozart.?

“Kahane produces phrasing and musical paragraphs that sing and speak and articulate thoughts that cannot be put into words. Effortless passagework and purling pianistic qualities are Kahane’s trademarks. Long may he play.? – Los Angeles Times

  • Jeffrey Kahane Jeffrey Kahane

    photo Michael Burke

This Mozart Festival concert is made possible by a generous gift from Brigitta B. Troy.

LACO’s celebration of Mozart’s 250th birthday is made possible, in part, by The James Irvine Foundation.

The concert at Royce Hall is a co-presentation with UCLA Live.

If you’d like to sponsor a LACO performance or artist, click here for information.

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