Armstr ng
plays Mozart 2»

Grand Auditorium
Kit Armstrong in a suit playing the piano
©: Marco Borggreve

What you'll hear and see

The music

  • Wolfgang A. Mozart Sinfonia concertante KV 364 Klavierkonzert N° 23 KV 488 Maurerische Trauermusik KV 477 Klavierkonzert N° 24 KV 491 Bis: Klavierkonzert N° 21 KV 467: 2. Andante

The artists

  • Jasmine Choi flute
  • Céline Moinet oboe
  • Adrian Verdugo Críado oboe
  • Sebastian Manz clarinet
  • Boglárka Pecze clarinet
  • Guilhaume Santana bassoon
  • Béatrix Kiss bassoon
  • Milena Viotti French horn
  • Alessandro Viotti French horn
  • Adam Rixer trumpet
  • Niels Vind trumpet
  • Noah Bendix-Balgley violon solo
  • Amihai Grosz alto solo
  • Schumann Quartett
  • Erik Schumann violin
  • Ken Schumann violin
  • Veit Hertenstein viola
  • Mark Schumann cello
  • Quatuor Hermès
  • Omer Bouchez violin
  • Elise Liu violin
  • Lou Yung-Hsin Chang viola
  • Yan Levionnois cello
  • Minetti Quartett
  • Maria Ehmer violin
  • Anna Knopp violin
  • Milan Milojicic viola
  • Leonhard Roczek cello
  • Andrej Bielow violin
  • Matthew MacDonald double bass
  • Kit Armstrong piano
  • Simon Stierle timpani


Enhance your experience

Artist talk

Conversation in French

About «résonances»

Do you want to get to know Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart up close?

Two of his greatest piano concertos are at the heart of this second concert curated by Mozart expert Kit Armstrong. The Concerto N° 23 in A major is notable for its elegance and tunefulness while the Concerto N° 24 in C minor is contrastingly dark and dramatic. The programme also features the lovely Sinfonia concertante for violin and viola – one of Mozart’s key Salzburg compositions – and the noble Masonic Funeral Music.

An Evening with Kit Armstrong: Between Organ & Piano

We take you back to Kit Armstrong's organ & piano recital concert at our Grand Auditorium! We had the chance to sit down with him to discuss about his preparation and approach with the Philharmonie's Schuke organ, the particularities of the organ as a composer's instrument, the repertoire as well as the intrinsic relationship between natural sciences and music! In addition to these enlightening insights, you may also relive some fantastic concert excerpts.