About the Event
Violinist Daniel Hope possesses the unique ability to captivate and ignite a passion for classical music in individuals of all ages, transcending the barriers that separate a soccer‐loving grandfather from his TikTok‐savvy grandson. With the timeless music of Mozart, Hope effortlessly embraces the maestro's anarchistic spirit, a quality that resonates within him. Apart from his prodigious violin skills, Hope also skillfully presents, conducts, and even contributes to magazines, embodying the multifaceted nature of his artistry. In every endeavor, he exudes the same relaxed spirit that his patron, Yehudi Menuhin, was revered for. The presence of individuals like Hope within the classical music scene is essential, as they serve as gatekeepers who welcome and inspire each successive generation.
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Symphony no. 35 in D major, K. 385, 'Haffner'
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Violinkonzert Nr. 5 A‐Dur KV219
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Sinfonie Nr. 38 D‐Dur KV504 „Prager“