Chichester Festival Theatre
Oaklands Park, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 6AP
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This play, starring the best music of Mozart, gives an alternate view of the un-timely death of Mozart. Seen through the eyes of the Court Composer Salieri we get a story of jealousy and hatred as the young upstart's talents eclipse the established musical hierachy. But, was Salieri directly involved in Mozart's death or not?


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