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2017-18 Season

Maligned Master: Setting the Record Straight on Salieri
with Joe Moore and the Spring Wind Octet
Thursday September 14, 2017

salieri Maligned Master Salieri
Sept. 14, 2017
hough Stephen Hough, piano
Oct. 25, 2017
peabody Peabody Consort
Nov. 14, 2017
lark Tessa Lark and Amy Yang
Jan. 10, 2018
latinoamericano Cuarteto Latinoamericano Jan. 30, 2018
rafale Trio Rafale
Mar. 6, 2018
joyce Joyce Yang, piano
May 9, 2018




The new season will open with a special concert, narrated by Hawai`i's most watched newscaster. Poor Antonio Salieri: defamed and slandered in the Oscar-winning film "Amadeus" as Mozart's mediocre, jealous rival, who was obsessed with destroying him. Actually, Salieri was nothing like that. He was one of the most respected, talented, and successful composers of his day, who wrote music of considerable charm, approaching the level of genius. In his time Salieri's operas were more popular than Mozart's. Hosted by KHON2 news anchorman and Mozart aficionado, Joe Moore, this concert features the Spring Wind Octet performing both Salieri's and Mozart's music, including the USA premiere of Johann Wendt's arrangements from Salieri's opera 'La Grotta di Trofonio.' Between musical pieces, Mr. Moore will offer commentary on the true relationship between Salieri and Mozart, which was unlike that depicted in the film.

Prices for these tickets (see ticket outlets)
General Admission: $25
Seniors: $20
Students: $10

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