Maria Anna Mozart was, like her younger brother, a child prodigy. The children toured Europe performing together as “wunderkinder”. But that all changed when she turned 18. As a little girl, she could perform and tour, but a woman doing so risked her reputation - Maria Anna never toured again.
But she did not give up. She wrote music and sent at least one composition to Wolfgang and Papa. Wolfgang praised it as “beautiful” and encouraged her. What happened to her music?
Mozart’s Sister tests controversial new evidence in a dramatic musical investigation around the world - as we also turn our gaze to the unrecognised female creators of our time.