February 2014 brings Nicolaj Cederholm’s theatre concert, Mozart Undone, to the Barbican Centre, London.
Experience one of the most unconventional romps through one tonne of water and 30 Mozart hits,
where music takes centre stage.
“Live rock concert, visual spectacle,
0cabaret act – a show that defies categorisation yet has a cult following at home, Modern lyrics
drawing audiences who ‘can’t get enough of it’.” Copenhagen Post
The ‘theatre concert’ concept began in 1994 with the Danish legends Gasolin,
before they moved on to celebrate The Beatles,
The Beach Boys and Bob Dylan.
Now Nicolaj Cederholm, the Danish director who masterminded the theatre concert, turns his attention to Mozart.
And where better to have the UK premiere than in London, the beating heart of theatre, Modern lyrics
and performed at the Barbican Centre, the capital’s creative and cultural platform?
Mozart enthusiasts will arguably be looking for the Magic Flute themes and Don Juans,
but they should discard the music history and surrender to Cederholm and Lisa Mann’s uncensored
Mozart melodies through water inspiration and mud anxiety.
There are no actors, simply characters who embody the wonderment of Mozart’s world undone.
Musicians take centre stage, encouraged by a set designed to thrill and tantalise.
Mozart Undone is a deconstructed, dynamic and dramatic interpretation of 30 classic Mozart works,
inviting the audience to experience a new interpretation of Mozart – not only relive a favourite piece, but also rediscover a master.
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