AETH dwy ganrif a hanner heibio ers geni un o gyfansoddwyr pwysica'r oes glasurol, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
, ac i nodi'r achlysur bydd S4C yn bwrw golwg o'r newydd ar fywyd a gwaith yr athrylith a oedd hefyd yn bianydd, perfformiwr a diddanwr heb ei ail.
The Boys, aka Amadeus Mozart
and Andy Pickles, have been at the forefront of dance music for the past decade and have promised not to disappoint.
Pianist and Mozart scholar Robert Levin will deliver a lecture on Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
and Felix Mendelssohn - ``Genius and Inheritor'' - in an Oregon Bach Festival Discovery Series program at 5 p.m.
Leopoldi (sung with the plainchant propers and incorporating two of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
's church sonatas as interlude pieces during the offertory and voluntary) and the Vespers for Holy Innocents (including psalm and Magnificat chant antiphons), to recreate a Holy Innocents Day service as it might have been celebrated in Salzburg in the early nineteenth century.
Peter Shaffer's drama explores the rivalry between Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
and court composer Antonio Salieri and can be seen at the Loft Theatre in Leamington next week.
But it is in death that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
seemed to have achieved his greatest reputation for intrigue.
Few of us get a whole week of celebrations to mark our birthdays but then many would agree that composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
is a bit special.
As well as being 117 years on from the Mrs Sunderland's beginnings in 1889, the year 2006 is also the 250th anniversary of the birth of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
and undoubtedly we are going to hear a lot more about that next year.
Holy Trinity Parish Church, in Hartshill, will be the venue for a concert by the Atherstone Choral Society next month, honouring the work of Amadeus Mozart
, who started composing at the age of seven and who died aged 35.
A key witness to the first death is Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
, a child prodigy from Salzburg, staying nearby during a family visit to London.
This week's performance will be "Soave sia il vento" ("May the wind be gentle") from "Cosi Fan Tutte" by 18th-century Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Jane Davidson, Scottish Opera's director of outreach and education said: "Amadeus and The Bard affords us some fascinating glimpses into the often parallel lives of Robert Burns and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
; cultural icons of the eighteenth century whose musical and literary voices have inspired people through the generations down to the present day.