This Easter, pianist Dr. Fionnuala Moynihan will perform a celebration of some of Mozart's most loved and treasured compositions in a weekend-long celebration online from Cork's Triskel Arts Centre.
The programme will feature Mozart's much-loved Piano Concerto in D minor K.466 and his Piano Concerto in A major K.414 alongside his celebrated Concerto for flute and harp. All three works have been arranged for soloists and string quartet, making for a rare opportunity to hear Mozart's celebrated concertos in a more intimate and personal way.
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Watch: Fionnuala Moynihan At Home with Triskel in 2020
Dr. Moynihan is widely acknowledged as one of Ireland's leading pianists, with a particular affinity with the works of baroque, classical and early romantic composers. For these online concerts, she will be joined by Geraldine O'Doherty (harp), Kieran Moynihan (flute) and members of Musici Ireland Beth McNinch (viola), Lynda O’Connor and Lidia Jewloszewicz-Clarke (violin) and Yseult Cooper Stockdale (cello).
The first concert of the Mozart Festival will go live at 8 pm on Friday 2 April and the second at 8 pm on Saturday 3 April - both concerts will be available for ticketholders to watch until 8 pm on Monday 5 April.
And the great news we have ... we're having a Mozart Festival at Triskel this Easter Weekend! Tickets will be on sale on Wednesday at 10am! For more on the programme and the musicians who will be making beautiful music, click here https://t.co/wJQ1kHxUBs pic.twitter.com/fhDufZfxkN— Triskel Arts Centre (@TriskelCork) February 8, 2021
"This celebration of Mozart promises to fill your musical soul with joy," commented Tony Sheehan, Artistic Director at Triskel. "Take a little timeout from the craziness of the world we live in today and enjoy the timeless beauty of Mozart’s effortless melodies, stunning harmonies and heartfelt works of art."
Mozart Festival at Triskel runs from - find out more here.