Four of the leading performances of the night included a performance of Concerto No. 9 in E-flat major for Piano and Orchestra, a classical song written by Gottlieb Mozart in 1777. The performance of the classical song was exhilarating as the performers relived the song. They played the various pianos as described by the original composer while playing around with a number of intricate features of the performance with the view to infusing and portraying their creativity. Symphony No. 44 in E minor, Mourning, was yet another performance of the night. Composed by Joseph Haydn, the performance of the piece set the mood for the evening as the performers strived to capture and represent the original themes envisioned in the piece. The performers played a number of musical instruments including violins and succeeded in replaying the piece as intended by the original composer.