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Mozart and The Wooden Prince

Apr 25 - Apr 27
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Lisa Batiashvili performs Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 4, a work both charming in its Classical poise and virtuosic in its technical demands. On the second half: Bartók’s fairy-tale ballet, The Wooden Prince. Written for an enormous orchestra, the piece is full of rhythmic liveliness and references to Hungarian folk music. Mozart’s Overture to The Magic Flute begins this program led by Iván Fischer. 

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Location

Wu Tsai Theater, David Geffen Hall

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Program

Mozart

The Magic Flute Overture

Mozart

Violin Concerto No. 4

Bartók

The Wooden Prince (complete)

Artists

Iván Fischer Conductor

Conductor, composer, opera director, thinker, and educator, anchored in the tradition of the great musical polymaths, Iván Fischer’s focus is always the music. To this end he has developed several new concert formats and reformed the structure and working method of the symphony orchestra. In the mid-1980s he founded the Budapest Festival Orchestra; his work as its music director has developed into one of the greatest musical success stories of the last 30 years. With international tours and a series of recordings for the Philips Classics and Channel Classics labels, he has earned a reputation as one of the world’s most celebrated orchestral conductors, for whom tradition and innovation go hand in hand. He has founded a number of festivals, including the Budapest Mahlerfest, the “Bridging Europe” festival, and the Vicenza Opera Festival. The World Economic Forum presented him with the Crystal Award for his achievements in fostering international cultural relations.

Learn more about Iván Fischer

Lisa Batiashvili Violin

Award-winning Georgian-born German violinist Lisa Batiashvili is praised by audiences and fellow musicians for her virtuosity. She has developed longstanding relationships with the world’s leading orchestras, conductors, and musicians. In 2021 she formed the Lisa Batiashvili Foundation, serving her lifelong dream and commitment to support young, highly talented Georgian musicians to thrive in their musical careers. 

Learn more about Lisa Batiashvili