Gavin Plumley and Michael Longhurst discuss Amadeus – exploring the facts and asking what Shaffer’s theatrical fiction brings to the life of Mozart, chaired by Sara Mohr-Pietsch.
Gavin Plumley is a writer and broadcaster who specialises in the music and culture of Central Europe, from Mozart’s era to the present day. Amadeus Director Michael Longhurst won the Evening Standard Award for Best Play for Nick Payne’s Constellations (Royal Court, West End and Broadway), and his production of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Gloria recently ran at Hampstead Theatre. Music broadcaster, writer and curator Sara Mohr-Pietsch has been one of BBC Radio 3's main presenters since 2005, where she currently hosts Music Matters, Choir & Organ and Open Ear.
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