Robert Levin and the AAM perform works by Mozart and Beethoven

31 October 2012, 20:00 - 21:30

West Road Concert Hall, Faculty of Music

Concert tickets:
£15, concessions £13, students & under-26s registered via AAMplify £3
Book online or from the Corn Exchange Box Office (01223 357851)

Pianist and conductor Robert Levin will give a series of public lecture-recitals on Encountering Mozart at the Faculty of Music in addition to participating in an Open Rehearsal with performers from the Academy of Ancient Music. This will be followed by a public performance in the West Road Concert Hall on the evening of Wednesday 31 October 2012.

Robert Levin plays chamber and solo works with the Academy of Ancient Music

Mozart Allegro from Piano Sonata in B-flat major, K400 (372a) ('Sophie Costanza')
Mozart Quintet in E-flat major for Piano and Winds, K452
Mozart Allegro from Piano Sonata in G minor, K312 (590d)
Beethoven Quintet in E-flat major for Piano and Winds, Op16

Events in this series: 

Humanitas
Improvising Mozart
29 October 2012, West Road Concert Hall, Faculty of Music

Humanitas Visiting Professor in Chamber Music 2012: Robert Levin

Composing Mozart
30 October 2012, West Road Concert Hall, Faculty of Music

Humanitas Visiting Professor in Chamber Music 2012: Robert Levin

Open Rehearsal with Robert Levin and AAM
31 October 2012, West Road Concert Hall, Faculty of Music

Humanitas Visiting Professor in Chamber Music 2012 Robert Levin rehearses works by Mozart and Beethoven with the Academy of Ancient Music.

Robert Levin and the AAM perform works by Mozart and Beethoven
31 October 2012, West Road Concert Hall, Faculty of Music

Humanitas Visiting Professor in Chamber Music 2012 Robert Levin performs works by Mozart and Beethoven with the Academy of Ancient Music.

The Humanitas Chair in Chamber Music has been made possible by the generous support of Mr Lawrence Saper.

The Humanitas Chair in Chamber Music will bring world-renowned performers to Cambridge to share insights into the character as well as the challenges of musical performance, explaining not only their own approach to a range of musical masterpieces but also the consequences for listeners of their interpretative choices. These 'behind the scene' observations will be complemented by actual performances, whether in masterclasses, open rehearsals, lecture-recitals or concerts.

Previous Humanitas Visiting Professors in Chamber Music

2010-11: Alfred Brendel (pianist, music critic, poet and painter)

Standing Committee

John Rink (Music; AHRC Research Centre for Musical Performance as Creative Practice)
Nicholas Cook (Music)   
Iain Fenlon (Music)
Martin Ennis (Music)
Edward Wickham (St Catharine’s College; Music)    
David Mawson (AHRC Research Centre for Musical Performance as Creative Practice)
George Unsworth (West Road Concert Hall)

Hosting College

Peterhouse