So now Mozart – after their successful recording of the complete Schubert and the likewise widely acclaimed Mendelssohn symphonies, which received an ECHO-Klassik, Antonello Manacorda and the Potsdam Chamber Academy are turning to the Salzburger’s last three symphonies, Symphony No. 39 Es- Major KV 543, the Symphony No. 40 in G minor KV 550 and the Symphony No. 41 in C major KV 551 “Jupiter”. These three are among Mozart’s most popular orchestral works. The Potsdamer’s goal is to give them a modern rejuvenation treatment under the baton of their long-time chief conductor. The recording will be released on September 24th.