The Mozartists Announce 2022-23 Season

By David Salazar

The Mozartists have announced their 2022-23 season, the 25th in the company’s history.

“I am hugely looking forward to our 25th Anniversary Season. Each concert includes beautiful music that will be new and unfamiliar to over 95 percent of even the most avid audiences, as well as more well-known masterpieces that have the ability to elevate us and stay in our memory long after the last notes have died away,” said artistic director Ian Page in an official press statement. “Each programme, too, has been carefully sculpted and fine-tuned so as to take the audience on a genuine journey, and not only the choice of music but also the order in which it is presented is the result of hours of consideration. Each concert will feature world-class singing and playing, and I’m thrilled to have assembled such a wonderful line-up of soloists for our anniversary season.”

The season opens with Mozart’s Czech Mates which features music by Mozart as well as Vanhal, Gluck, Myslivecek, Benda, and Kozeluch. Soprano Chiara Skerath solos.

Performance Date: Sept. 26, 2022 

Soprano Louise Alder performs music from “Lucio Silla” in a concert dedicated to music by Mozart from 1772.

Performance Date: Nov. 21, 2022

Soprano Alexandra Lowe will solo in a 1773 retrospective that features music by Mozart, Myslivecek, and Haydn.

Performance Date: Jan. 17, 2023

Mezzo Ann Hallenberg will perform music by Händel.

Performance Date: June 16, 2023

Along with the announcement, the company also revealed that Alexandra Lowe and Emily Pogorelc will be Associate Artists with the company.