Tag Archives: Mostly Mozart Festival

Lincoln Center to End Its Namesake Summer Festival

Source: New York Times » Music

Jane Moss, who revived the center’s Mostly Mozart festival, will take control of all summer programming with the demise of the Lincoln Center Festival.

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Review: A Funky Rethinking of Schubert’s Winter Journey

Source: New York Times » Music

Netia Jones’s staging of Hans Zender’s “composed interpretation” at Mostly Mozart added several layers of concept to the song cycle “Winterreise.”

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Mostly Mozart Festival: So Percussion and Ksenija Perform

Source: New York Times » Music

A Little Night Music, the popular series of late-night, hourlong programs, returns to the elegant and intimate Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center.

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Critic’s Notebook: At Mostly Mozart, a Self-Effacing Magnetism

Source: New York Times » Music

The poised soprano Joélle Harvey, during an exquisite performance of Mozart’s Mass in C minor and other works, made everyone around her look good.

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Critic’s Notebook: Let’s Get Intimate. Big Music Doesn’t Need Huge Halls.

Source: New York Times » Music

As fund-raising begins for the $500 million renovation of David Geffen Hall, we should consider the rewards of music in small spaces.

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Emanuel Ax, the Emerson Quartet and Other Recitals With a View

Source: New York Times » Music

A Little Night Music, the Mostly Mozart program at Lincoln Center’s Kaplan Penthouse, also features Paul Lewis and Martin Frost this week.

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A Mighty Kickoff to This Year’s Mostly Mozart Festival

Source: New York Music Daily

How do you advertise art? Let the public experience it. If it’s good, it sells itself. No doubt a whole lot of tickets to this year’s Mostly Mozart Festival were sold after the Friday night’s performance of the G major Violin Concerto and then the “Jupiter” Symphony at Lincoln Center Out of Doors. The Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra‘s musical director, Louis Langrée, reminded the audience that eighty degrees is the cutoff point for many European orchestras playing outdoor shows. The mercury here was closer to twenty degrees higher, but the ensemble soldiered on, after being a given a fervently ...

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