Jérémie Rhorer

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HAYDN: Symphony No.22 (“The Philosopher”): I. Adagio
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HAYDN: Symphony No.22 (“The Philosopher”): II. Presto
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HAYDN: Symphony No.22 (“The Philosopher”): III. Menuet
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HAYDN: Symphony No.22 (“The Philosopher”): IV. Presto
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MOZART: Piano Concerto No.12 in A major, K.414: I. Allegro
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MOZART: Piano Concerto No.12 in A major, K.414: II. Andante
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MOZART: Piano Concerto No.12 in A major, K.414: III. Allegretto
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MOZART: Symphony No.29 in A major: I. Allegro moderato
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MOZART: Symphony No.29 in A major: II. Andante
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MOZART: Symphony No.29 in A major: III. Menuetto
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MOZART: Symphony No.29 in A major: IV. Allegro con spirito
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Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Jérémie Rhorer, conductor (New York debut)
Bertrand Chamayou, piano (U.S. debut)

TUE, AUG 23 at 8:00
WED, AUG 24 at at 8:00
Avery Fisher Hall

HAYDN: Symphony No.22 (“The Philosopher”)
MOZART: Piano Concerto No.12 in A major, K.414
MOZART: Symphony No.29 in A major

Pre-concert recitals by Bertrand Chamayou, piano, at 7:00
HAYDN: Variations in F minor
MENDELSSOHN: Variations sérieuses

Two landmark symphonies of Haydn and Mozart are featured in an intimate program led by two outstanding young French interpreters, Jérémie Rhorer and Bertrand Chamayou.

“Young French conductor Jérémie Rhorer takes risks but not liberties. Speeds are breakneck, colors brilliant.”
The Observer

“The young French pianist Bertrand Chamayou is a remarkable musician, no question…simply formidable.”
The Guardian

Performances begin promptly at their scheduled time. There is no late seating.
For Avery Fisher Hall stage seating, all patrons must be seated by 7:55.
The performances are approximately one hour and 40 minutes long, with one intermission.

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