Mozart, Carl Thomas

BORN 21 Sep 1784, Wien - DIED 2 Nov 1858, Milano, Lombardia
GRAVE LOCATION Milano, Lombardia: Cimitero Monumentale, Piazzale Cimitero Monumentale (Ossario Centrale (plaque on outer right wall))

Carl Thomas Mozart was a son of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his wife Constanze. He studied in Praque under Frantisek Xaver Dusek and Franz Xaver Niemetschek and became an able pianist. Before he finishes his studies he left for Livorno in 1797 where he became an apprentice at a trading firm. An attemt to open his own piano store failed. In 1805 he went to Milan, where he studied under Bonifazio Asioli. In 1810 he gave up music again to become a translator at the Austrian Court Chamber. He had a house in Caversaccio, Como.

he never married, but he had a natural daugher, Constanze, who died in March 1833 in Milan. He frequently attended events related to his father where he shared his stories about him freely. After his own death in 1858 he was buried at the cimitero di Porta Comasina in Milan. When this cemetery was removed his remains were relocated to the central ossuary at the Cimitero Monumental. In 1958 a plaque was placed on the outer wall of the ossuary.

• Father: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
• Mother: Weber, Constanze

Related persons
• was pupil of Dusek, Frantisek Xaver


Plaque for Carlo Mozart at the Ossario Centrale at the Cimitero Monumentale, Milano.
Picture by Androom (22 Feb 2019)


Karl Thomas Mozart - Wikipedia

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Published: 29 Jun 2019
Last update: 29 Jun 2019