W. A. Mozart – Prague Symphony and Symphony in G Minor
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756, Salzburg – 5 December 1791, Vienna) was a classical musical composer and a piano virtuoso; a musical genius who in his life created 626 works of a secular and ecclesiastical character – operas, operettas, symphonies, concerts, chamber music, masses and anthems. Now you can genuinely experience the jewels of composition from the workshop of this master. The stirring production cannot fail to fire the enthusiasm of audiences. In the blazing interpretation of Křižík's fountain audiences can once again remind themselves why Mozart's work is timeless, constantly sought out and popular. The production is enhanced by the film projection into the wall of water of the fountain.