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Mozart. Life, love & lust
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31.05.17  20:00  Antwerpen, deSingel, info & tickets
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02.06.17  20:00  Brugge, Concertgebouw, info & tickets
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04.06.17  19:30  Bergen, Grieghallen, Bergen International Festival, info & tickets
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06.06.17  20:00  Wurzburg, Mozartfest Wurzburg, info & tickets
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07.06.17  20:00  Wurzburg, Mozartfest Wurzburg, info & tickets
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09.06.17  20:00  Dresden, Dresdner Musikfestspiele, info & tickets
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30.07.17  21:00  Beaune, Festival de Beaune, info & tickets
Mozart. Life, love & lust in the press

<<Viel musikalische Wonne>>

Klaus Linsenmeyer
Mannheimer Morgen, 08.06.2017

<<B'Rock folgt dem fließenden Dirigat von René Jacobs aufgeräumt und ambitioniert, bleibt bis zum Ende voller Schwung>>

Ursula Düring
Mainpost, 08.06.2017

<<Mit dem wunderbar warm klingenden B'Rock Orchestra... der hell jubilierenden Sopranistin Mari Eriksmoen und dem leichtfüssigen Bariton Johannes Weisser...>>

Jan Brachmann
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 09.06.2017

Mozart. Life, love & lust

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Arias for soprano and/or bass from Le Nozze di Figaro and Die Zauberflöte
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Movements from symphonies 40 and 41 (Jupiter)
René Jacobs conductor
Mari Eriksmoen soprano
Johannes Weisser bass

Vocal and instrumental music are not distinct worlds in Mozart's oeuvre. On the contrary, this composer had no problem with transferring melodies between his operas and symphonies. B'Rock and René Jacobs have previously shown themselves to be the perfect tandem for Mozart's music. This time they provide the power behind a talented duo of young Norwegian singers: Mari Eriksmoen and Johannes Weisser. This crystal-clear soprano and expressive baritone browse through four of Mozart's operas, two of them with libretti by the legendary Lorenzo da Ponte. The result is a both moving and mischievous anthology of arias and love duets, starring Papageno, Papagena, Figaro, Cherubino and other Mozart heroes. With their selection from such 'late' works as the 'Jupiter' symphony, B'Rock demonstrates how Mozart's disarming cantabile prompts even the instrumentalists to sing.

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