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The heart of Amadeus

What is it about Mozart’s music that responds to young people, or at least the young at heart? The question was answered, if not resolved, in late September at the Third Zhuhai International Mozart Competition for violinists (and pianists). The violin competition finals took place over a week in the gilded Mozart Concert Hall of the Zhuhai Huafa & CPAA Grand Theatre, named after the real estate group that sponsors the competition and has developed acre upon acre of the city’s sprawling suburbs. You won’t find the theatre on Google Maps, which has inconveniently submerged a swathe of southern Zhuhai beneath a misplaced river, but all you need is courage and 1 yuan – about 10 pence – in your hand to catch a bus from the central Gongbei station, which will drop you by the door.

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About The Strad

Lisa Batiashvili discusses her latest projects and we delve into the mysterious world of varnish making. There’s a look at strategies for teaching adolescents, and Leila Josefowicz completes her look at Berg’s Violin Concerto. Plus Sheku Kanneh-Mason’s Sentimental Work.