Sonata in E Minor
Sue and Johannes have provided another magnificent recital. This time it is Mozart’s Sonata in E Minor for violin and piano.
Johannes commented, ‟It is one of the most beautiful and moving chamber works by Mozart. He wrote it in Paris when he was 22 years old. He had just received the news of the death of his mother. The Sonata reflects his feelings, sorrow and melancholia.”
Sue and Johannes created the Battery Point Twilight Series. The soirées had entertained and delighted Battery Point audiences over five amazing performances before we entered our current extraordinary times.
Sue is a renowned violinist and Senior Lecturer at the University of Tasmania School of Creative Arts and Media. Johannes is the inaugural Principal Guest Conductor of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, the Conductor Laureate for the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, and Professor of Opera and Orchestral Studies at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University.