When Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart sat down at the keyboard at the age of 3, it was clear to his father Leopold that he had a genius on his hands. From the first pieces he composed as a 5-year-old, to the Requiem he was working on when he died, right before his 35th birthday, Mozart wrote an astonishing amount of beautiful music.
Music used within the program (all by Mozart):
Variations on "Ah, vous dirai je maman"
Piano Concerto No. 19
Symphony No. 41
Eine kleine Nachmusik
Mass in C
Serenade for Winds