08.06.2024 | 19:30 Uhr
New Season - New Series


The music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart seems so catchy, so familiar and artful, sometimes delicate, sometimes pimped out and yet almost simplistic as hardly any other. But how differently this music can sound, what kind of religious wars have arisen over the appropriate interpretation and how each individual has his or her opinion of Mozart,  is unique.

The last concert will be conducted by an absolute icon in the field of early music: Reinhard Goebel. He has come up with something very special for our program: three generations of Mozart: father Leopold, son Wolfgang and his son Xaver.


Leopold Mozart 1719 - 1787

Symphonie G-Dur LMV VII: G16 "Neue Lambacher"

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756‒1791

Symphonie g-Moll KV 183

Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart 1791 - 1844

Ouvertüre D-Dur

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756‒1791

Symphonie D-Dur KV 504 "Prager"


Reinhard Goebel


Concert Information

Reinhard Goebel
He is revered as an "icon of early music" by the Süddeutsche Zeitung and as an "enlightenment in a sea of mediocrity" by the New York Times.
Times. Reinhard Goebel specializes in the repertoire of the 17th, 18th and early 19th centuries. He is in demand worldwide as a mediator of historical performance practice to modern symphony and chamber orchestras and early music ensembles, and as an inexhaustible source of repertoire treasures. Reinhard Goebel was founder and for 33 years director of the legendary Musica Antiqua Köln. With his ability as a conductor to uniquely combine a passion for music with a meticulous knowledge of sources, he inspires, captivates and polarizes the contemporary orchestral landscape.