House of Time – “Mozart in Vienna: chamber gems by Mozart and Haydn”
April 1 @ 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM$10 - $35
For Mozart, Vienna meant liberation, the freedom to push the boundaries of his art without the strictures of an aristocratic employer. His magic shines in works from his happiest years as a freelancer, including a rarely heard arrangement for oboe and strings of the G major piano trio which was unfinished at the time of his death, alongside a quartet by his good friend and mentor Franz Joseph Haydn. House of Time is joined once again for this exciting program by the electrifying Canadian violinist Aisslinn Nosky, and Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment principal violist Max Mandel.
House of Time is dedicated to both well-known and underperformed repertoire of the 17th through the 21st century played on period instruments. Members include Juilliard faculty and graduates as well as prize-winners of major international competitions. Using the instruments and techniques of the past to express the vivid passions in the music, House of Time has moved audiences and keeps them coming back for more. Critics have declared oboist, Gonzalo X. Ruiz, one of only a handful of truly superb baroque oboists in the world (Alte Musik Aktuell). Tatiana Daubek, violinist, is known for her expressive and personable performances. Harpsichordist, Avi Stein, one of NYCs finest, is described by the New York Times as a brilliant organ soloist and Beiliang Zhu, is described by the New Yorker as elegant, sensual and stylishly wild.
House of Time has been presented by Berkeley Early Music Festival, Czech Center New York, Early Music Festival: NYC, and The University Club. Upcoming appearances include San Diego and Francisco Early Music Societies, Yale Collection of Musical Instruments and Lobkowicz Palace in Prague. They also give free outreach concerts at Mount Sinai Concerts for Patients in New York City.
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