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Mozart in Harmony Concerts July 6-9, 2022

(programming subject to change)

Mozart in Harmony

Pop-Up Concert

Wednesday July 6, 6pm

The Oasis

Free Family Concert with MMFO and Mostly Mozart Young Artists

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Program TBA

Mozart in Harmony

Pop-Up Concert

Friday July 8, 5pm

Hearst Plaza

Free Family Concert with MMFO and Mostly Mozart Young Artists

Sam violin demo

Program TBA

Mozart in Harmony

Pop-Up Concert

Saturday, July 9, 7:30pm

Damrosch Park

Free Side By Side Concert with MMFO and Mostly Mozart Young Artists, conducted by Earl Lee

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Program:

Mozart Overture to Don Giovanni

Mendelssohn Hebrides Overture

Price Andante Moderato (from String Quartet in G Major)

Mendelssohn Symphony No.4 "Italian"

Mostly Mozart Musicians

Pop-Up Concert

Thursday July 7, 5pm

Hearst Plaza

Free Chamber Music Concert with members of the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Jasmine Choi, principal flute

Program TBA

Mozart in Harmony

Pop-Up Concert

Saturday, July 9, 6:15pm

The Oasis

Free Family Concert with MMFO and Mostly Mozart Young Artists

Tanya and Chihiro performing with students

Program TBA

MOSTLY MOZART 2021 Scrolling Gallery

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2021 MOSTLY MOZART POP-UP CONCERTS AT LINCOLN CENTER

"Finale" from Mozart's "Gran Partita" conducted by Louis Langrée

Bach Brandenburg No. 3 and Mozart Divertimento K. 136 with Louis Langrée

Mozart Duo K. 423 Concert featuring World Premiere of Ballet choreographed by Troy Schumacher, with Martha Graham dancers Marzia Memoli and Lorenzo Pagano, and Mozart Arias sung by soprano Katherine Whyte

Beethoven String Trio Op. 9 No. 1 performed by Mostly Mozart Principal Strings

Greetings from Mostly Mozart Soloists and Conductors

Greetings to the MMFO from Josh Bell

Greetings to the MMFO from Emanuel Ax

Principal Violist Shmuel Katz interviews conductor Andrew Manze

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