Over the past few years Carydis has conducted several complete Mozart programmes including his debut at Salzburger Festspiele in 2016, and operas such as Le nozze di Figaro and Don Giovanni, and was highly praised for his Mozart interpretations for ‘being of absolute precision and tonal transparency’.
Mozart was 17 years old when he wrote Symphony No.25, whereas the ‘Jupiter’ symphony was his very last Symphony and often described as the ‘essence of symphonic expression’. In addition to these, Carydis added the Concerto for Oboe and Small Orchestra in D major composed by one of Mozart’s biggest admirers Richard Strauss, with soloist Manuel Bilz.
Concerts this week will be at Kölner Philharmonie (7 June, Strauss and Mozart Symphony No.41) and at Viersen’s Festhalle (8 June) and Parktheater Iserlohn (9 June).
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