Johann Nepomuk Hummel, whose music represents the transition from classicism to romanticism, was one of the most acclaimed pianists of his time. In addition to an extensive collection of his own compositions, Hummel wrote various arrangements of existing orchestral works for chamber music, such as the piano concertos of his teacher Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart or the symphonies of his friend Ludwig van Beethoven. The Romanian pianist Aurelia Visovan, first laureate of MA Competition 2019, will release her long-awaited CD Mozart — Hummel — Beethoven on September 11th. The fascinating program includes Hummel’s own Piano Sonata in F minor, op. 20, his arrangements for flute, piano, violin and cello of Mozart’s Piano Concerto in C and Beethoven’s First Symphony in C. The CD is the result of a collaboration between Outhere Music and MA Competition.