Mozart Requiem Without Words

In collaboration with Pro Musica
Premiere at Siam Society January 23, 2018

“The quotation from Mozart’s letter to his father from April 1787 again served as a clue to what Jitti had in mind. Death, to Mozart, was not something threatening, but in a deeply personal manner, the composer even found it “soothing and comforting.”

“The new interpretation was marked by an unmistakable sobriety – no exhibitionistic choreographic virtuosity was displayed. The movements tended to be more reflective and induced the public to reflect along with the performers.”

Written by Chetana Nagavajara
Tour: Rose Hotel Bangkok, Dec 3-4, 2018
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