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Mozart's Haffner Serenade

Celebrating Mozart

Andrew Haveron directs Mozart’s optimistic and unforgettable Haffner Serenade.

City Recital Hall
**Booking fee of $8.95 may apply

Music’s Classical style reached its peak with Mozart, and his mastery is evident in this Serenade for Orchestra.

Written in 1776 when Mozart was just 20, the piece is dedicated to a family friend, Marie Elisabeth Haffner, to mark the occasion of her wedding.

At almost an hour in length, it stands alone amongst Mozart’s instrumental music – and tells a story of inexhaustible creativity as he takes us through eight stunning movements. From a bright and optimistic beginning to gorgeous slow movements and sparkling dances, music like this is unforgettable.


MOZART March in D, K.249
Serenade No.7, Haffner


ANDREW HAVERON director and violin


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