Mozart's Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 9, dates back to 1777, when Mozart was only 21. But it is certainly not because of Mozart's young age that the concerto inherited the nickname of 'Jeunehomme'. In fact, Jeunehomme was the surname of a young French pianist who visited Salzburg and for whom Mozart wrote his score.
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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His music is unclassifiable to such an extent that it is impossible to pronounce the least analyses of the child prodigy. His wandering childhood enriched by numerous journeys let him come into contact with all of Europe's…Read his biography