Handel & Haydn Society.
- Overture to L’amant anonyme by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges
- Symphony No. 40 in G Minor by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Concerto in C Major for Violin, Cello, and Piano, by Ludwig van Beethoven
No conductor. Aisslinn Nosky directed.
I’ve never heard of the Chevalier de Saint-Georges before, but he certainly led an interesting life. It’s the overture to an opera, and I quite enjoyed it.
The Mozart I heard just over a week ago, paired with the Requiem, by Boston Baroque. I enjoyed this performance, but the difference between the first row of Jordan Hall and nearly the back row (on the orchestra floor) of Symphony Hall is marked.
I liked the tune introduced in the first movement of the Beethoven, and the interplay between the soloists was fun, but on the whole I didn’t enjoy this piece.