Sun January 6, 2013
Why Is The Philadelphia Orchestra Playing Mozart Without A Conductor?
Listeners may not think about the visuals in an orchestra concert, but body language is an important way in which musicians communicate with one another. From his chair, Philadelphia Orchestra Concertmaster David Kim leads Mozart’s Serenade in G Major: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik the way it would have been done in Mozart’s time, without a conductor, on January 10th, 11th, and 12th in concerts at the Kimmel Center.
Kim talks with WRTI’s Susan Lewis about body motion and playing without a conductor. Concert information here.