“… stylish, eloquent and dramatic music-making
of the highest order.”

INTERNATIONAL RECORD REVIEW

“Ian Page conducts with flair and panache.
A glorious experience.”

THE STAGE

 “… consummately detailed, sympathetic and stylish conducting.”

THE INDEPENDENT

“… an artistic director with a genuine sense of vision.”

CLASSICAL MUSIC

“Page’s conducting was genuinely inspired.”

CRITICS’ CIRCLE

“… Ian Page, mastermind behind the most revelatory interpretations of 18th century repertoire.”

THE ARTS DESK

Conductor Ian Page has established an outstanding reputation as one of the world’s leading interpreters of the music of Mozart and his contemporaries. He is the founder and artistic director of The Mozartists (formerly Classical Opera), and is the creative driving force behind MOZART 250, a ground-breaking project which between 2015 and 2041 is exploring the chronological trajectory of Mozart’s life, works and influences. His numerous recordings have attracted widespread international acclaim, and include an ongoing complete cycle of the Mozart operas and a new ‘Sturm und Drang’ series. Read more…

NEXT CONCERT

The A-Z of Mozart Opera
1 August, 4.30pm – Hofburg Zeremoniensaal, Vienna

In their operatic A-Z The Mozartists present an ingenious chronological journey that travels from A (the Latin drama Apollo et Hyacinthus, composed when he was eleven) to Z (Die Zauberflöte, from his hectic final year, 1791). En route they take in solos and ensembles from rarities such as the sparkling Italian comedy La finta semplice and the unfinished harem opera Zaide.

The soloists are Ellie Laugharne, Alexandra Lowe (sopranos), Annabel Kennedy (mezzo-soprano), Liam Bonthrone (tenor), Felix Gygli (baritone), and Darren Jeffery (bass-baritone).

This concert is part of Martin Randall Travel’s ‘Mozart Along the Danube’ Festival, and tickets are only available as part of the package for the complete festival (28 July – 4 August). Further information is available here.

Latest news

Reviews for ‘Sturm und Drang’ – Volume 3
Released in October 2023 on Signum Classics

Reviews for Ian’s latest recording with The Mozartists have been outstanding.

“Another exceptionally satisfying addition to a series that is special not just for the thought and scholarship that goes into it, but Page’s direction of his fine players. It is throughout beautifully balanced and paced, while at the same time musically highly insightful.”
EARLY MUSIC REVIEW

Read more.

“… stylish, eloquent and dramatic music-making of the highest order.”

INTERNATIONAL RECORD REVIEW

“Ian Page conducts with flair and panache. A glorious experience.”

THE STAGE

 “… consummately detailed, sympathetic and stylish conducting.”

THE INDEPENDENT

“… an artistic director with a genuine sense of vision.”

CLASSICAL MUSIC

“Page’s conducting was genuinely inspired.”

CRITICS’ CIRCLE

“Ian Page, mastermind behind the most revelatory interpretations of 18th century repertoire both familiar and rare.”

THE ARTS DESK

Conductor Ian Page has established an outstanding reputation as one of the world’s leading interpreters of the music of Mozart and his contemporaries. He is the founder and artistic director of The Mozartists (formerly Classical Opera), and is the creative driving force behind MOZART 250, a ground-breaking project which between 2015 and 2041 is exploring the chronological trajectory of Mozart’s life, works and influences. Read more…

NEXT CONCERT

The A-Z of Mozart Opera
1 August, 4.30pm – Hofburg Zeremoniensaal, Vienna

In their operatic A-Z The Mozartists present an ingenious chronological journey that travels from A (the Latin drama Apollo et Hyacinthus, composed when he was eleven) to Z (Die Zauberflöte, from his hectic final year, 1791). En route they take in solos and ensembles from rarities such as the sparkling Italian comedy La finta semplice and the unfinished harem opera Zaide.

The soloists are Ellie Laugharne, Alexandra Lowe (sopranos), Annabel Kennedy (mezzo-soprano), Liam Bonthrone (tenor), Felix Gygli (baritone), and Darren Jeffery (bass-baritone).

This concert is part of Martin Randall Travel’s ‘Mozart Along the Danube’ Festival, and tickets are only available as part of the package for the complete festival (28 July – 4 August). Further information is available here.

Latest news

Reviews for ‘Sturm und Drang’ – Volume 3
Released in October 2023 on Signum Classics

Reviews for Ian’s latest recording with The Mozartists have been outstanding.

“Another exceptionally satisfying addition to a series that is special not just for the thought and scholarship that goes into it, but Page’s direction of his fine players. It is throughout beautifully balanced and paced, while at the same time musically highly insightful.”
EARLY MUSIC REVIEW

Read more.