Piotr Anderszewski will contrast piano concertos by Mozart and Haydn on the Piano Festival’s closing concert on 26 November. And you can be our guest for the event – provided you get the answer to the following question right and are the lucky winner in the draw in which we will give away three pairs of tickets.
Joseph Haydn was one of the great admirers of his younger colleague Wolfgang Amadé Mozart. At a meeting of the two composers in Vienna in 1785, Haydn expressed this memorable complement to Mozart’s father Leopold: Mozart was the greatest composer known to him, for Mozart had …
a. grace and genius.
b. youth and age.
c. the gift of thinking in sounds.
d. taste and the knowledge of composition.
e. love of the gods.
Please send the letter that corresponds to what you think is the correct answer to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Responses must be received no later than Monday 20 November 2017, 12.00 noon Swiss time. The winners will then be notified immediately afterward. All decisions are final.