Yesterday’s lunch-hour recital of the Rhodesian Academy of Music brought Judith Conradie Watt (soprano) back to the concert platform after several years’ absence. A warm reception testified to her popularity.
This Mozart pianist lacked authority
Mozart produced some of his greatest work at astonishingly high creative pressure. The last three symphonies were written in six weeks, and the C. Minor Piano Concerto in 21 days between work on The Marriage of Figaro.