There are times when anyone might decide to throw in scanning the range of literature and art and music and just live inside one great figure’s work whether it’s Michelangelo or Shakespeare or Mozart. Well, from 17 to 28 June the nation will get the chance to hear three of Mozart’s greatest symphonies – the Paris, the Hafner and the Linz – performed in every major city with Richard Tognetti himself, that miracle of a violinist, directing his Australian Chamber Orchestra.
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