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MOZARTWEEK 2021

Mozartwoche 2021 resounds online

The digital 2021 Mozart Week combines everything the world’s greatest Mozart festival has stood for since 1956. Large-scale orchestral concerts, select chamber-music gems and special concert formats with top Mozart performers who illuminate the great composer’s manifold cosmos. After the live streaming from January 27-31, ten concerts can still be seen via video-on-demand on myfidelio.at (Austria, Germany and Switzerland); selected concerts my be seen on international level on Mezzo TV and Medici TV.

 

Mozartwoche 2021 resounds online

The digital 2021 Mozart Week combines everything the world’s greatest Mozart festival has stood for since 1956. Large-scale orchestral concerts, select chamber-music gems and special concert formats with top Mozart performers who illuminate the great composer’s manifold cosmos. Regrettably, due to the continuing corona pandemic it was not possible to perform before live audiences; so Mozart Week, reduced to five days, was held online from 27 January, Mozart’s birthday. Ten concerts are being shown on myfidelio.at (Austria, Germany and Switzerland); selected concerts can be seen on international level on Mezzo TV and Medici TV. 

International streaming offers

“With the utmost care, we have further condensed the adapted programme and distilled it into a Mozart Week typical in essence and quality of the exceptional nature of this Mozart festival“, says intendant Rolando Villazón. The compact programme breathes the spirit of the original festival motto, showing Mozart as a true musico drammatico in the minor-key works which, like the arias and lieder, tell of great emotions, of love and passion. “I am very much looking forward to presenting the highlights of this year’s Mozart Week to Mozart-lovers the world over, through our co-operation with Unitel and Austrian Broadcasting”, says Villazòn.
In the German-speaking world, the digital Mozart Week will be held on the streaming platform myfidelio.at in close collaboration with ORF and Unitel. All Mozart Week concerts will be broadcasted, with two premières each day, and are available in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

The opening concert of the Mozart Week on arte concert and Letters and Music on 3sat
Selected events can also be watched free of charge in many parts of Europe: Letters and Music with Emmanuel Tjeknavorian playing Mozart’s Costa violin, Marie Sophie Hauzel at Mozart’s Walter piano and Adele Neuhauser, on 6 February at 8.15 pm on 3sat.

Via the international streaming services medici.tv and Mezzo TV, the Mozart Week will reach a worldwide audience. Please find out which platforms are available in your location.

Further platforms
In Korea, selected programmes are available on LGU+, in Israel on Aria on demand.

Program on medici TV

Medici.tv is the leading international classical streaming platform available in 180 countries and available in English and French on all screens: PC, Mac, mobiles, tablets (iOs and Android) and television via AirPlay or Chromecast. The Mozartwochen programmes are not available via medici tv in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Korea and Japan.

The broadcasts at medici.tv in detail:

94 Sekunden new Mozart
Seong-Jin Cho, piano
Ulrich Leisinger & Rolando Villazon, Moderation

Mozartiade
Sylvia Schwartz, soprano; Magdalena Kožená, mezzo-soprano; Mauro Peter, tenor
Elena Bashkirova, piano

Vienna Philharmonic
Daniel Barenboim, conductor and piano
Cecilia Bartoli, mezzo-soprano

Program on Mezzo TV

Since 1996, Mezzo TV  has become the Worldwide reference for classical music, jazz and dance on television and is now broadcasting in over 80 countries.

The broadcasts at Mezzo TV in detail:

Vienna Philharmonic
Daniel Barenboim, conductor and piano
Cecilia Bartoli, mezzo-soprano

May 2021 – date to be announced
94 seconds – a new Mozart
Seong-Jin Cho, piano; Ulrich Leisinger, conversation partner, Rolando Villazón, moderator

May 2021 – date to be announced
Piano 4 hands
Martha Argerich, piano
Daniel Barenboim, piano

Mozart Week 2021

There are currently no concerts in this concert series