Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 20 is one of the composer's most famous piano concerti. It is one of the two only piano concerti by Mozart written in a minor key, along with the Piano Concerto No. 24. The theatricality of its first bars, but also the peacefulness of its Romance make the Concerto K. 466 a distinctive work in Mozart's repertoire. It was premiered in 1785 in Vienna, with Mozart as a soloist.
The pianists competing at the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition must perform, during the second round of the Competition, one of the seven piano concerti written by Mozart and selected by the Competition.
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