Joji Hattori copyright Jeff Mangione (zur freien Verwendung für Print- und Online-Medien unter Nennung des Copyrights)
Joji Hattori
Wiener KammerOrchester copyright Lukas Beck (zur freien Verwendung für Print- und Online-Medien unter Nennung des Copyrights)
Wiener KammerOrchester
Alma Deutscher copyright Anna Huix (zur freien Verwendung für Print- und Online-Medien unter Nennung des Copyrights)
Alma Deutscher
Sun 16.7.2017 / 20:00
Alma Deutscher, violin & piano
Wiener KammerOrchester
Conductor: Joji Hattori

Alma Deutscher:
Ouverture „Dance of the Mermaids“
violin concert No. 1 G minor
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 1 E flat major KV 16
Alma Deutscher: piano concert No. 1 E flat major (world premiere)

Simon Rattle was overwhelmed, Zubin Mehta dubbed her one of the greatest musical talents of the present day: the highly gifted English girl is eleven years old, major newspapers including “Die Zeit” or “The Guardian” published long articles about and interviews with her. From her early childhood onwards, Alma Deutscher has been composing music, including the two concerts for violin and piano which will be presented in Villach and a full-length opera recently performed in Israel and Vienna.
Moreover, Wiener KammerOrchester will play Mozart’s first surviving symphony in E flat major, KV 16, from 1764/65, which he composed during his stay in London. Conductor Joji Hattori, born in Japan, spent his childhood as a highly gifted violinist in Vienna. Alma Deutscher is often asked if she considers herself to be little Mozart reborn – the young artist is quite relaxed about this, answering with a smile that she is Alma and nobody else. Unperturbed, she does her own thing.


The opening concert is supported by Wiener Städtische Versicherung.

ticket prices: € 18 to 55
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