Chief Conductor of Berlin Symphony Orchestra Lior Shambadal, who conducted over 70 different orchestras and now is preparing for a concert with the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, has proposed the Lithuanians to record an album of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's incomplete compositions, Unfinished Mozart.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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According to Egidijus Mikšys, Director of the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, the proposed programme should receive much attention. Mikšys says if all unfinished Mozart's works were included in the album, it would be the first of its kind in the world.

On 22 November in the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society, Lior Shambadal and the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra will perform pieces by Edward Elgar, Richard Wagner, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Nepomuk Hummel. Mathis Kaspar Stier from Munich will play solo Bassoon.

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