“Page and his players once again demonstrate their total identification with this music in playing of dizzying drive and accuracy.”




Mozart: “Di scrivermi ogni giorno” from Così fan tutte



The Mozartists/Ian Page

Anna Leese (Fiordiligi), Cora Burggraaf (Dorabella), Andrew Staples (Ferrando), Mark Stone (Guglielmo), Matthew Rose (Don Alfonso)

Beethoven: Symphony No. 1 in C major, Op. 21 – 3. Menuetto: Allegro molto e vivace
Handel: "As Steals the Morn" from L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato


Mozart: Symphony No. 13 IN F MAJOR, K.112 – 1. ALLEGRO
Paisiello: “Smarrita, tremante” from Annibale in Torino
Masterclass – “Il padre adorato” from Idomeneo



An interview with Ian Page

We first knew about the English director Ian Page, founder and artistic director of The Classical Opera Company and The Mozartists, thanks to the first recording of his MOZART250 project. It’s a bold and inspiring proposal that deserves our full attention. More…   


The music of isolation: conductor Ian Page on 18th century ‘Sturm und Drang’

My latest recording with The Mozartists is the first in a seven-volume series exploring the so-called “Sturm und Drang” (literally translated, “storm and stress”) movement that swept through music and other art forms between the early 1760s and the early 1780s. More…


Artist Profile: Ian Page and The Mozartists

A few months ago we sat down with Ian Page, the director, and discussed the possibility of uploading a series of historical recordings to give the audience the possibility of enjoying ‘live’ performances even though all concerts were cancelled due to Covid 19. More…

the guardian

The London Bach finally gets his London revival

The city where the young Mozart spent a year in the 1760s was also home to “the London Bach” – Johann Christian. Mozart held him and his music in the highest regard, so why have Londoners heard so little of the older composer? More…