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Mozart's Complete Missae Breves Lecture-Concerts III

Mozart, stepping into adulthood, began to explore his own path and demonstrated a firm grasp of the "Classical style." His mastery of musical form became evident in compositions such as the Mass in F major, K. 192, and the Mass in C major, K. 220, which he wrote between the ages of 18 and 20. This ability to manipulate musical form was a crucial element of the Classical period. Let us examine these two festive Masses and witness how Mozart gradually transformed into a master of the Classical era in the 3rd installment of the series.

Let's explore together at the lecture-concert "Mozart's Complete Missae Breves III" on 1st December at 8 p.m. at St. Joseph's Church, Central.

The Chinese University of  Hong Kong Chorus

Speaker & Conductor: Leon Chu

Soprano: Yuki Ip

Mezzo-soprano: Carol Lin

Tenor: Alex Tam

Baritone: Albert Lim


Violins: Mark Hui, Hui Chi-Kin

Cello: Erica Wong

Double Bass: Chau Wai-I

Trumpets: Kevin Au, Tommy Chow 

Timpani: Choi Suk-fan

Organ: Anne Lam 

2023/12/1 (Fri) 8pm

St Joseph's Church, Central

Free Admission by Tickets

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All-Mozart Programme

Missa brevis in F major, K. 192

Missa brevis in C major, K. 220

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