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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Upcoming Event: Mozart Children’s Orchestra


The 2003 formed Mozart Children’s Orchestra is a well recommended performance for music lovers. Although it is formed by a group of children under age of 12, they do perform decently. They have undergone training and practices to make their performance outstanding.

These children learn to play musical instruments together with great harmony. Also, they are exposed to the great value of appreciating belonging to a talent group. Each and every one of them has their own talent. Having them all united to perform music is simply one of the best things you can enjoy in life.

They are being known as the Mozart Children’s Orchestra. Throughout the year, they will be going to different places to perform. However, they have special performances meant for Mozart Week. It is a moment of fun and music for all involved.

Every year, the soloist changes. This year, this role is played by Caitlan Rinaldy, a 12 years old beautiful and talented girl. She comes from Stiftung Mozarteum, Salzburg. The performance will be conducted by Christoph Koncz and Marc Minkowski whereas the presenter is Jürgen Flimm.

If you are visiting Salzburg during the Mozart’s birthday week, be sure not to miss this great opportunity to watch the orchestra. It is undoubtedly going to be a meaningful activity to do with your family if you have young children. Hopefully by bringing them along, these young children’s performance will be able to inspire your children. Perhaps they will begin to develop interest and passion in music soon. After all, it is always great to have an extra talent.

The details for the orchestra are as listed below:
Date: 31 January 2016 (Sunday)
Time: 3 p.m.
Place: Großer Saal Mozarteum

They will be playing a few famous music pieces composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. You are likely familiar with this musician, who has left many great masterpieces for the later generation to enjoy. Among the music pieces which will be performed are:
  • Symphony in D major KV95
  • “Lieder ohne Worte” (songs without words)
  • Concerto in C major for piano and orchestra KV 415
  • Symphony in D Major KV 97

If you need to reserve your tickets, you can contact or fax +43-662-87 44 54

The ticket prices are surely reasonable and affordable. They are being sold at the price of EUR 55, - / 45, - / 35, - / 25, -


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