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Mozart Arranged

Rachel Podger and Brecon Baroque

Violinist Rachel Podger, and her own ensemble Brecon Baroque, perform two poignant masterpieces by Mozart.

Rachel Podger and Brecon Baroque

Mozart String Quintet in G minor K516
Mozart Grande sestetto concertante

As inspirational as she is insightful, British violinist Rachel Podger is famed for both the power and poetry of her period performances, and has led many of the world’s finest early music groups. She brought together some of the country’s most respected period performers in 2007 to found her own ensemble Brecon Baroque, which quickly established itself as a major force in early music. They bring together two poignant masterpieces by Mozart: a rarely heard chamber arrangement of the Sinfonia concertante for violin and viola, K364, and the passionate drama of the dark-hued G minor String Quintet.

Rachel Podger and Brecon Baroque

Music by Mozart


More information about the artists

Rachel Podger
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Brecon Baroque
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24 August 2017

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