A lecture-demonstration with Louis Langrée and members of the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra on Mozart’s first and last symphonies, followed by guided small group sessions with participants for inquiry-based reflection. A panel discussion with the Festival Orchestra and guests from the Chamber Music Center, the Harmony Program, Harlem School of the Arts, and BridgeMusik focuses on the efficacy of virtual concertizing for community engagement and the importance of access and inclusion in music education.
Part of Lincoln Center Activate (July 21–24)
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