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Performer: Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

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New York CityThe Magic Flute

Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Louis Langrée; Barrie Kosky; Komische Oper Berlin; Esther Bialas; Julien Behr; Aaron Blake

New York CityEroica Symphony

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra; Andrew Manze; Vilde Frang

New York CityThe Four Seasons

Bartók, Vivaldi
Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra; Andrew Manze; Knut Sundquist; Pekka Kuusisto

New York CityMozart’s Gran Partita

Mozart: Serenade no. 10 in B flat major for Winds, "Gran Partita", K361 (K370a)
Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra; Louis Langrée

New York CityMozart & Brahms

Mozart, Brahms
Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra; Louis Langrée; Martin Helmchen
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Mostly Mozart concludes with a deeply-felt Requiem

Louis Langrée © Mostly Mozart | Jennifer Taylor
The Mostly Mozart Festival ended its season with an all-Mozart program centered on the Requiem. Paired with that was a piano concerto with Stephen Hough and the rarely-heard Meistermusik.
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Mostly Mozart pays homage to a muse named Clara

Louis Langrée and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra © Jennifer Taylor
The program focused on the essential role that Clara Wieck-Schumann had in the artistic development of both Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms.
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An evening in Mozart’s luminous shadow

Jeremy Denk © Michael Wilson
A Mostly Mozart concert conducted by Edward Gardner and featuring Jeremy Denk was an excellent example of what this festival is trying to achieve.
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Mostly Mozart opens in major key exuberance

Kit Armstrong, Francisco J Nunez, James Bagwell and Louis Langree © Michael Loccisano | Getty Images for Lincoln Center
Enlightenment indeed at Lincoln Center as the Mostly Mozart Festival opens with a gloriouds hodge-podge. 
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Light in August: Haydn's Creation in New York

Louis Langrée © Jennifer Taylor
Haydn’s late, lofty achievement has the august quality of a masterwork, coupled with cheerfulness befitting a summer series that ends in the month of August.
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