Concert ‘Mozart and the Classics in the Cinema’

Next Saturday, April 1st at 7:30 pm, a concert named ‘Mozart and the Classics in the Cinema‘, will be held at the Auditorio Nacional de Música of Madrid, reviewing pieces of classical music that have been used in movies, with references to the films, including also in the program Schindler’s List soundtrack from John Williams.


As a curiosity we can see that the program includes the score of John Williams for Schindler’s List, being thus the only living composer of all those referenced in the program, putting him at the same level as the classics.


The concert will be performed by the London & Vienna Kamerorchester, with the soloist Kristztina Fejes on piano, and the program is as follows:

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Symphony No. 25 in G minor K.183 , overture  (Amadeus)

Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major K. 412


Johannes Brahms

Hungarian Dance number 5 (The Great Dictator)


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Concert for clarinet and orchestra (2nd movement) (Out of Africa)


George Frideric Händel

Overture of the Queen of Sheba (Solomon and Sheba)


Samuel Barber

Adagio for strings (Platoon)


John Williams

Schindler’s List


Luigi Boccherini

Minueto for strings (Cuestión de Suerte)


Henry Purcell

Abdelzer Suite, Rondó (Pride and Prejudice)


Vittorio Monti

Czardas (Unfaithfully yours)


Tickets, with prices between € 36 and € 44, can be purchased at the following link: