Mixing Opera Buffa and Opera Seria: How Mozart describes his characters inDon Giovanni and in his other Da Ponte operas.
MARCH 4, 2021


£25 for one lecture / £89 for full series


Lectures are between 45 mins - 1 hour in length with a 20 minute live Q&A afterwards.


Our online series will be hosted via Zoom and Youtube premieres. Once your place is confirmed you will receive an email from voxintegracourses@gmail.com and more information on how to watch the lecture and engage in the Q&A nearer the time. 


Thank you for your interest in Vox Integra's Lecture Series. We are thrilled to present our fantastic line up of six lectures this Winter/Spring. You can purchase a place on the whole series for just £89! Go to our shop to book this. 


Everyone can agree on the extraordinary psychological subtilty of Mozart’s characters. Italianspeakers may particularly enjoy the elegant humor and the wits of Da Ponte’s librettos, but it isclear that the multifaceted insights of each character’s description come mostly from Mozart’smusic itself.How does he do that? In many brilliant ways, of course. This conversation will focus on themixing of operatic genres, which is arguably one of Mozart’s most original tools. Becomingaware of his peculiar hybrid vocabulary can be very helpful for any young performerapproaching in particular Don Giovanni and Così fan Tutte.



Please note: If you are unable to attend a lecture we can send you the recorded footage (including the Q&A).

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