The Ninth Piano Concerto was dubbed 'Mozart's Eroica' by none other than Albert Einstein, and the work contains a sublime and tender middle movement contained by two feisty outer movements.
Piano Concerto No.24 is perhaps better known and builds out of a spectacularly moody and muscular opening.
The evening's musical sandwich is one of Haydn's typically fresh and zesty symphonies, though again dark menacing undertones can be heard underneath the bright melodies.
The Front Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall at 5.45pm - OAE Extras education event. Free.
Southbank Centre: Queen Elizabeth HallBelvedere Road
London Greater London United Kingdom SE1 8XX