Daniel Barenboim plays and conducts Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 21
Berliner Philharmoniker

In the sumptous Siemens-Villa, in Berlin, Daniel Barenboïm directs the Berliner Philharmoniker in the 21st concerto for piano by Mozart

Two composers who helped Daniel Barenboïm to make a name for himself as pianist and orchestra director, are Mozart and Beethoven. In the 1980s, while he was at the peak of his career, he undertook a recording project of the last eight concertos for piano by Mozart with one of the greatest German orchestras, the Berliner Philharmoniker. These performances were recorded in the neoclassic frame of the Siemens-Villa in Berlin, which takes its name from the famous patron and music lover Ferdinand Werner Siemens. These movies represent an extraordinary memory of the main interpretation existing at that time of these Concertos for piano by Mozart, considered as real masterpieces.

Movie director : Jean-Pierre Ponnelle
Collection : Daniel Barenboim: Mozart's last piano concertos
Musical period : Classical music
Music genre : Orchestral music
Musical form : Concerto

Duration : 30 min
Location : Siemens-Villa (Berlin, Germany)
Production date : 1986-1989
Production : © Metropolitan, München