On Monday, June 10 at 8pm in NEC’s Jordan Hall, the BEMF Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation Quartet will perform a concert of chamber music from Mozart’s Viennese period featuring the great composer’s very own violin and viola. Playing Mozart’s violin – and making her BEMF début – will be virtuoso Amandine Beyer. Beyer has been hailed as a “wonderfully expressive and sensitive violinist with a secure technique, clear and sonorous tone and discreet approach to ornamentation” (The Strad). Beloved violinist and violist in the BEMF Orchestra and founder of Solamente Naturali, Miloš Valent will play Mozart’s viola. In addition to his popular appearances at past Festivals, Valent has been praised by The New York Times for his “lavish but tasteful ornamentation.” Superstar keyboardist and Mozart interpreter Kristian Bezuidenhout joins the quartet on fortepiano. Proclaimed as “Mozart Reincarnated” for his “rare rhetorical and poetic gifts” by De Telegraaf, Bezuidenhout returns to the BEMF concert stage for the sixth (6th) consecutive Festival! Completing the BEMF Salzburg Mozarteum Quartet is one of the world’s leading clarinetists, Eric Hoeprich. Regarded as perhaps the definitive interpreter of Mozart’s oeuvre for the clarinet, he has won acclaim for playing which is “wonderfully fluent and nimble” (The Boston Globe).