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A concert with Mozart´s most beautiful compositions

When Art Meets Culinary Delights

The musical program of the Mozart Dinner Concert is performed in three parts. Each part is dedicated to one famous Mozart opera and will be performed before and in between the courses of your menu. You will enjoy Arias and Duettos from "The Magic Flute", "Don Giovanni" and "The Marriage of Figaro" as well as the very famous first movement of "A Little Night Music". Amadeus Consort Salzburg, with two opera-singers and exquisite instrumental ensemble, guarantee lively and first-class performances of Mozart´s music. All our musicians graduated from the world famous University Mozarteum Salzburg, so you should look forward to a concert of highest quality with unique artists!


 

The best music in the world.
Mozart. What else?

The musical program at the Mozart Dinner Concert
Performed by Amadeus Consort Salzburg


1st part: Arias and Duetts from "DON GIOVANNI" KV 527

"Giovinette che fatte all'amore" (Masetto/Zerlina)
"Batti, batti o bel Masetto" (Zerlina)
"Madamina, il catalogo..."; (Leporello), 1. part
"Vedrai, carino" (Zerlina)
"Deh vieni alla finestra..." (Don Giovanni)
Menuetto (instrumental)
"Là ci darem la mano..." (Zerlina/ Giovanni)


2nd part:
 Arias and Duetts from "LE NOZZE DI FIGARO" KV 492 

Introduction to the Opera "Le Nozze di Figaro"

"Cinque, dieci, venti..." (Figaro/Susanna)
"Se vuol ballare, Signor contino..." (Figaro)
"Non so piú cosa son..." (Cherubino)
"Non più andrai..." (Figaro)
"Deh vieni non tardar..." (Susanna)
"Crudel, per che finora..." (Conte/Susanna)

 

3rd part: Arias and Duetts from "THE MAGIC FLUTE" KV 620 

Serenade „Eine kleine Nachtmusik", 1. movement
"Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja" (Papageno)
"Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen..." (Pamina/Papageno)
"Schnelle Füsse, rascher Mut!" (Pamina/Papageno)
"Ein Mädchen oder Weibachen" (Papageno)
"Pa-pa-pa" (Papageno/Papagena)

Amadeus Consort Salzburg
The Sound of Mozart

Why should Mozart just sound "historical"?

The Amadeus Consort Salzburg now overrides this abyss. The group plays on original instruments and in appropriate period clothing. What has been a "no go" for almost decades is now a sign for a new, fresh and free interaction with the audience and Mozart's music. The audience becomes participants because the musicians and actors display intelligent and wise interpretation of our spirited and vivid "opera-like" performances. Our musicians have profound knowledge about historical instruments and their treatment. This is what makes the concerts of the AMADEUS CONSORT SALZBURG so special and remarkable! The members of the ACS graduated from the University Mozarteum Salzburg. The ensemble has performed concerts all over the world and was part of TV productions for more than 50 broadcasting stations. Their CD has been sold more than 40.000 times.