Presented by Singapore bassoonist Jo Anne Sukumaran,  ‘Letters to Mozart‘ is an interdisciplinary presentation and demystification of Mozart’s music and life through the performance of his chamber music and narration of his personal letters to family.

Mozart was famous for writing letters to his family and these letters often show an uncensored side to his personality and life. By re-telling the story of Mozart’s life and through his own words, audiences are invited to revisit his music with fresh eyes and participate in a conversation with Mozart by posting their own letters of appreciation to him or uploading simple drawings on a storytelling platform called HeadUp.

Digital Concert Series

Programme for 5 December (7-8pm)

1. String Quartet No. 19, “Les Dissonances” in C Major K 465
I. Adagio – Allegro
II. Andante cantabile
III. Menuetto: Allegretto
IV. Allegro molto

Programme for 6 December (7-8pm)

1. Selected opera arias by W.A. Mozart
– Duos for bassoon & cello (arr. by Danzi)
2. Quartet in G Major KV 285 for bassoon and string trio: violin, viola, and cello
– by W.A. Mozart (originally for flute in D Major K. 285) (arr. Moderchai Rechtman)
I. Allegro
II. Adagio
III. Rondeau-Allegretto


Jo Anne Sukumaran, bassoon
Joey Lau, violin
Natalie Koh, violin
Jeremy Chiew, viola
Tang Jia, cello

Post-screening: 7:45pm on Zoom for both days for an up close and personal Q&A with the artists.

Sign up via Eventbrite
The private Zoom link and broadcast links will be sent to participants 1 day before the screening.

This event is supported by National Arts Council, SingaporeVCHPresents and Trailblazers Foundation.
For more information, please email to

If you have enjoyed the show, and would like to donate to a good cause, the organizer is supporting a Fundraiser for the purchase of a new instrument for young Nigerian bassoonist, Stephen Olusemire.
This campaign is run by Sheila Popkin (

Support the artist by purchasing a signed copy of The Night Garden.

Written By Editor

A contributing editor at TBP.