FALLBROOK — Straight from the musical heart of Austria, the Salzburg Chamber Soloists, an orchestra ensemble of first-rate international musicians, will bring their youthful dynamism and volcanic music-making to Fallbrook later this month.
They will perform a spirited program of works including Mozart’s Symphony No. 28 in C Major, Viwwlla-Lobos’ “Bacchiana Brasileira, No. 9,” Haydn’s Symphony No. 49, “La Passione” and Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 with acclaimed pianist Andreas Klein.
Brenda Montiel, president of Fallbrook Music Society, says, “From the beginning of the concert to the encore, the Salzburg Chamber Soloists will delight and enchant our audience with utmost intensity. This performance will be remarkable for its passion and rhythmic focus, with musicians who will clearly give their all.”
In 1991, violinist Lavard Skou-Larsen and a handful of colleagues decided to form an unusual ensemble. The aim was to find first-rate musicians who were solo performers in their own right.
This group would then form an orchestral chamber ensemble with the assured confidence of the virtuoso combined with the measured control needed for ensemble playing. Skou-Larsen combed Europe and the rest of the world until he had a group of first-class musicians.
The Salzburg Chamber Soloists have toured extensively in Europe, South America and the United States, appearing in the most prestigious concert halls and receiving highest critical acclaim.
The concert will be held Sunday, March 22, at 3 p.m. in the Bob Burton Center for the Performing Arts at 2400 South Stage Coach Lane. Tickets are $38 for adults and $10 for students and can be purchased by calling (760) 451-8644 or visiting http://www.fallbrookmusicsociety.org.