London Philharmonic Orchestra: Randall Goosby plays Mozart

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London Philharmonic Orchestra: Randall Goosby plays Mozart


Mozart Ballet Music from Idomeneo

Mozart Violin Concerto No. 3

Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet (excerpts)


Gemma New conductor

Randall Goosby violin

‘How silver-sweet sound lovers’ tongues by night, Like softest music to attending ears!’ Shakespeare’s star-cross’d lovers have inspired composers for centuries, but nothing quite matches Prokofiev’s great Soviet ballet: Romeo and Juliet retold in music as sharp as a rapier and as tender as a kiss. It’s hot stuff, but Principal Conductor of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Gemma New and the ‘exquisite tone’ (The New York Times) of Randall Goosby cool things down in the most elegant and enjoyable way imaginable – with a delicious concerto by the teenage Mozart.

Artists – Review Quotes

‘[Gemma New’s] leadership was the picture of confidence: boldly energized, smartly paced, every cue in place.’ – Boston Classical Review

 ‘Each note of Goosby’s performance stood alone as an individual work of art.’ – Arts ATL

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