Why See Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra - Amadeus: Live with Film?
Join the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and esteemed conductor Richard Kaufman for a superb evening of music and film as they play note for note along to Milos Forman's Academy Award-winning imagining of the rivalry between Antonio Salieri and the greatest composer of the age, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Expect to hear extracts The Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni and the glorious Requim, the last work of the tragic genius.
Rock me: Whats the story of Amadeus
Inspired Mozart's music, fellow composer Salieri is desperate to meet the man behind the sound. However, his tastes are soured when he discovers the genius is uncouth, lacking the charm he feels should accompany the talent. Desperate and jealous, he decides to bust into Mozart's inner circle, presenting a kind face, whilst attempting to sabotage him at every turn.
Opening night: 21 September 2017
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