Adam Fischer is a conductor with an exceptional feeling for Viennese Classicism – its tonal language, its interplay of balance and energy. That was already apparent at a concert devoted to Mozart and Haydn with the Berliner Philharmoniker in 2019. Now he repeats this combination of composers. From Mozart, we will hear the exuberant Symphony No. 33 and the Kyrie in D minor – an anticipation of the Requiem. In addition, Fischer presents Haydn’s theatrical choral scene The Tempest and his penultimate symphony, which delights listeners with its vitality and a surprising timpani roll at the opening.