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Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center

This year, the 45th annual Mostly Mozart Festival will take place at Lincoln Center. The festival is schedule to start on August 2, 2011 and end on August 27, 2011. There are plenty of days to catch the Mostly Mozart Festival and with a lineup of 44 different events, there is something for everyone to see.

Once again, New York City will come alive with performances by the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra conducted by Louis Langrée. The nine-part series dedicated to the music of Igor Stravinsky, the return of the Mark Morris Dance Group, and performances by well-known conductors, chamber ensembles and soloists is bound to appeal both musicians and those with a passion for music. An event like this does not come often and we urge everyone to experience New York City’s best at Lincoln Center.

 

Here are a few of the many highlights of the 2011 Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center in NYC:

 

  •  The Mark Morris Dance Group. Will dedicate their performances to Stravinsky as well as conduct the New York Premiere of Renard. August 18-20 at the Rose Theater.

 

  • The Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra. Conducted by the great Maestro Louis Langrée, the eight concert series are bound to leave an impression. See calendar below for dates.
A great event to check out in New York City. The sights and sounds to be witnessed are sure to be breathtaking and unlike any other event you have experienced. Experience the magic at The Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center.
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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Aug 2 - 8:00PM

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Louis Langrée, conductor
Christian Tetzlaff, violin
Antoine Tamestit, viola
Susanna Phillips, soprano
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Aug 3 - 8:00PM

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Louis Langrée, conductor
Christian Tetzlaff, violin
Antoine Tamestit, viola
Susanna Phillips, soprano
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Aug 4 - 7:00PM

Don Giovanni

Budapest Festival Orchestra

Iván Fischer, conductor and director
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Aug 5 - 8:00PM

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Pablo Heras-Casado, conductor
Joshua Bell, violin
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CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL CALENDAR