This weekend’s New York Times features an article on the innovations of Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival, including concerts in small spaces, late night chamber music events, and infusion of fresh and contemporary programming with new artists. Writes Anthony Tommasini: “I can imagine Mozart happily sipping wine at the Kaplan Penthouse while hearing a Bach partita for solo violin or being shaken and fascinated by a Thomas Adès string quartet.”
Read the full article here. The Festival kicks off Tuesday and runs through August 24.
(Photo: Richard Termine)
Don’t forget to catch Mostly Mozart Festival Music Director Louis Langrée’s Berlin Philharmonic debut, leading Mozart’s Overture to La clemenza di Tito K. 62, Symphony No. 40, and Davide penitente, Cantata for two sopranos, tenor, choir and orchestra K. 46. Click here to watch the the Maestro’s debut via the Berlin Philharmonic’s Digital Concert Hall, today at 2pm (Eastern
Mostly Mozart Festival Music Director Louis Langrée makes his conducting debut at the world-renowned Berlin Philharmonic this week, leading an all-Mozart program (what else?!). You can see it live via the Berlin Philharmonic’s Digital Concert Hall! Click here to see an exclusive dress rehearsal and video and tune in again to watch the performance on Friday at 2pm (Eastern)