Here, von Oeyen demonstrated his genius in conducting and playing the solo part in Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 24 in C Minor, K. 491. One of Mozart’s later and more symphonic concertos, this one in C Minor emerged with fitting gravity and light-textures from von Oeyen and the orchestra. Von Oeyen has the measure of this work from 1786 (while Mozart was working on Figaro), pacing both richly dark and serious sections, as well as those that were graceful and simple. Von Oeyen’s piano part characteristically had expert control and fit the orchestral fabric with precision and correctness…Von Oeyen is already a top flight musician of major talent with rare insight.