Maestro’s selection of Mozart gems is perfect for a late-summer evening concert. The lighthearted Divertimento No. 15 in B-flat for two horns and strings (played in this concert by a 7-part solo consort)—so admired that it became the score for two of Balanchine ballets—is followed by two works for solo flute: the exquisite Andante for Flute in C and the delightful Flute Concerto in D. Of Mozart’s twentyseven piano concertos, the No. 20 stands among Maestro’s favorites, and the concert comes to a thrilling conclusion as Maestro plays and conducts this masterpiece from the keyboard of the Bösendorfer Concert Grand Piano.
Camerata Ama Deus
Divertimento No. 15 in B-flat, K. 287/271H
Concerto No. 2 for Flute in D, K. 314
Andante for Flute in C, K. 315
Concerto for Piano in d minor, No. 20, K. 466
Edward Schultz, flute
Thomas DiSarlo, violin
Valentin Radu, piano
Running Time: 2 hours including one intermission.
Bösendorfer Concert Grand Piano courtesy of Cunningham Piano Company, Philadelphia.