As members of the premier music festival of New York City,
the musicians of the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra have been bringing the joy of music to our audiences every summer at Lincoln Center for over 50 years.
Due to the pandemic, our festival has been put on hold and we have not had a season since 2019. As yet, we are unaware of any plans for the future of Mostly Mozart.
Please show your support by joining our mailing list and by visiting this site often for updates on the status of our full return to Lincoln Center.
We hope to see you all very soon!
Thank you to everyone who made our Mostly Mozart Festival Pop-Up Week such a success!!!
It was amazing to meet and perform with the 150 students that participated in our Mostly Mozart Summer Student Intensive from the Union City Music Project, Harlem School of the Arts, Corona Youth Music Project, Harmony Program, BridgeMusik, Chamber Music Center of NY, UpBeat NYC, Opportunity Music Project, Orchestrating Dreams, and other programs from all over New York City and New Jersey.
Our fantastic Pop-Up Concerts were met with enthusiastic and appreciative audiences every night. The demand to attend our full orchestra concert on August 6th was so great, that a second performance had to be added on the 7th; what a thrill to perform to a packed house two nights in a row!
We hope to return to our regular summer season next year, and to continue our collaboration with these talented and dedicated students.
Thank you everyone for your continued support, and please contact Lincoln Center at 212-875-5456 or on their site if you would like to see more Mostly Mozart next summer!
MOSTLY MOZART 2021 Scrolling Gallery
More Summer Student Intensive movies here
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
MMFO and Louis Langrée perform Mozart Symphony No. 1 and No. 41 at the Lincoln Center Damrosch Bandshell. For Mozart No. 1 the orchestra was joined by the most advanced participants of their Summer Student Intensive.
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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