Joseph Haydn: Symphony No.104 (London)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Violin Concerto No.3 in G, K.216
Ludwig Van Beethoven: Triple Concerto
Celebrated cellist Steven Isserlis, pianist Robert Levin and violinist Isabelle Faust perform and lead the OAE at this concert looking at what happens when the conductor disappears.
We're joined by this concert by three exceptional soloists who each direct a piece from their instrument.
The evening starts with Haydn's London Symphony - his musical response to the bustling 18th century city.
Isabelle Faust then directs and is soloist for Mozart's Violin Concerto, by turns bright, dance-like, tragic and playful.
The concert culminates with all three soloists combining for Beethoven's Triple concerto for violin, cello and keyboard.
Queen Elizabeth Hall at 5.45pm - OAE Extras. Robert Philip looks at the evolution of concertos and virtuoso performers. Admission freePerformers
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Robert Levin piano, director
Isabelle Faust violin, director
Steven Isserlis cello, director