This Live From Lincoln Center broadcast features an all-Mozart concert anchored by the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra led by Music Director Louis Langrée.
The program showcases the composer’s first and last symphonies, as well as a solo performance of an early piano concerto in A Major played by pianist Richard Goode. A tribute segment celebrating 50 years of the Mostly Mozart Festival highlights memorable moments from the festival during the course of its history and reminds us that the composer’s legacy is alive and well. Filmed in 2016.
The Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra answers your questions about Mozart, music, and more LIVE on Facebook during our broadcast of “50 Years of Mostly Mozart.“ Get your questions ready and join us on Facebook!
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