Maxim Emelyanchev (photo: Andrej Grilc)

A Mozart evening with Maxim Emelyanychev and Sabine Devieilhe

Conductor Maxim Emelyanychev has always felt so close to the music of Mozart that during his childhood he was sometimes called “Mozart” himself. This enthusiasm has not diminished, as one can hear in Emelyanychev’s thrilling Mozart interpretations. Acclaimed as one of the most interesting young conductors, he now makes his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker – naturally with a Mozart programme that, among other works, includes the “Prague” Symphony, which is characterized by operatic drama. Also appearing with the orchestra for the first time is Sabine Devieilhe, whose bright, agile soprano voice makes her an ideal interpreter of Mozart arias.

Berliner Philharmoniker

Maxim Emelyanychev conductor

Antoine Ferrand author

Sabine Devieilhe soprano

Christoph Friedrich Bretzner Libretto

Johann Gottlieb Stephanie (d. J.) Libretto

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Le nozze di Figaro, K. 492: Overture

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

“Oiseaux, si tous les ans”, Ariette, K. 307

Antoine Ferrand author , Sabine Devieilhe soprano

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Idomeneo, K. 366: “Zefiretti lusingheri”, Aria of Ilia

Sabine Devieilhe soprano

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Serenade in D major, K. 239 “Serenata notturna”

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

The Abduction from the Seraglio, K. 384: “Ach ich liebte, war so glücklich”, Aria of Konstanze

Christoph Friedrich Bretzner Libretto , Johann Gottlieb Stephanie (d. J.) Libretto , Sabine Devieilhe soprano

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Mass in C minor, K. 427: “Et incarnatus est”

Sabine Devieilhe soprano

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Symphony No. 38 in D major, K. 504 “Prague”

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Maxim Emelyanchev (photo: Andrej Grilc)

Sabine Devieilhe (photo: Ana Dabrowska)