News & Reviews

Our new recording ‘Mozart in London’ entered the UK classical charts at No. 3 and has been met with widespread acclaim:

GRAMOPHONE: Editor’s Choice & Recording of the Month
CLASSIC FM HOLLAND: CD of the Week
PRESTO CLASSICAL: Editor’s Choice

“One of its constant pleasures is the young British performers’ sheer gusto. Ian Page’s musicians, the Mozartists, bounce along on their period instruments with an alert attack, succulent tones (woodwinds especially) and no signs of panting or strain. Ana Maria Labin, Helen Sherman, Rebecca Bottone and other singers take spine-tingling leaps into the stratosphere and always come up smiling…. And the music itself? Delicious.”​​  THE TIMES Read more

“There are some real discoveries to be made here… Superb programme notes.”  BBC RADIO 3 RECORD REVIEW

“Once again we salute the initiative of conductor Ian Page, a great pioneer, thanks to whom our understanding of Mozart and the music of his time is deepening.” 
FORUM OPERA  Read more

“This is a truly fascinating album from Ian Page and the Mozartists.”
ICLASSICAL

“It is hard to think of a more valuable or ambitious long term musical project than Ian Page and Classical Opera’s Mozart 250.”
EARLY MUSIC REVIEW Read more

“A wonderful exploration of the musical life of London during Mozart’s visit as an eight year old, all beautifully and engagingly performed by Ian Page and his Mozartists. A true delight!”
GRAMOPHONE Read more

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NEXT PERFORMANCES

Mozart’s Travels

8 July 2019, 7.30pm
Wigmore Hall, London

Mozart’s Travels

9 July 2019
Lichfield Festival

Così Fan Tutte

10 November 2019, 3.00pm
Syracuse

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