Strolling with Wolfl

mon 5 jul 2021

Tuesday 6/7 19.00

About Joseph Wölfl (1773-1812), a scandalously neglected contemporary of Beethoven. He had triumphs in Paris. He dedicated his First Symphony to his colleague Cherubini. What did his music sound like and what was going on in the rest of his Parisian musical environment? Méhul and Gossec were both favourites of Napoleon and wrote lovely music you never hear. Wölfls 3e piano concerto was his calling card for his next destination: London