The Royal Theatre in the Old Orangery in the Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw
Entry to the concert granted as part of the admission ticket to the Royal Łazienki objects on 19 July. Tickets are available in the Old Orangery and Officer Cadets School.
Given the limited number of seats in the auditorium, please book in advance at: email@example.com.
The visitors are obliged to wear masks covering mouth and nose inside all of the buildings, also during the concert.
Divertimento means ‘entertainment, fun’ in Italian. The composition marked KV 522 in the catalogue of Mozart’s works offers a particular example of entertainment. The work is known under the telling title A Musical Joke, and is – according to Alfred Einstein, the famous biographer of Mozart – “a satire on bungler composers”. True, the work is filled with intentionally placed composing errors and seemingly unfortunate musical solutions. However, the final “surprise” will convince every listener that the uncommon sound is not a result of laziness, or – God forbid! – lack of talent, but proves that the genius of Vienna had a great sense of humour.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Divertimento for Two Horns and String Quartet KV 522
PAWEŁ PIĘTKA HORN I
KRZYSZTOF DYRDA HORN II
KATARZYNA PACIORKIEWICZ-JARMUŁAVIOLIN I
MARCIN JAMROŻY VIOLIN II
MARIUSZ LECH VIOLA
DOROTA SMOLIŃSKA CELLO