Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Concert/Music Performances 2018

    When:
    July 17, 2018 – August 11, 2018 all-day America/New York Timezone
    2018-07-17T00:00:00-04:00
    2018-08-12T00:00:00-04:00

    Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Concert/Music Performances 2018

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    Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
    Bernstein MASS
    A Theater Piece for Singers, Players and Dancers
    (New York production premiere)
    July 17–18, 2018
    David Geffen Hall
    Over 200 performers bring Bernstein’s eclectic creation to life in this bold, fully staged production.

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    Music | Theater
    The Creation
    La Fura dels Baus
    (North American production premiere)
    July 19–20, 2018
    Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall
    Experience Haydn’s Enlightenment-era oratorio as an immersive theatrical experience.

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    Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
    Jupiter Symphony
    July 20–21, 2018
    Alice Tully Hall
    Conductor Thomas Dausgaard and pianist Francesco Piemontesi join the Festival Orchestra for works by Mendelssohn and Mozart.

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    Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
    Americans in Paris
    July 24–25, 2018
    David Geffen Hall
    The Festival Orchestra celebrates the French-American connection with pianist Emanuel Ax and music by Bernstein, Mozart, and Gershwin.

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    A Little Night Music
    Emanuel Ax, piano
    Friedrich Heinrich Kern and Philipp Marguerre, glass harmonicas
    Wednesday, July 25, 2018
    Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
    Beloved pianist Emanuel Ax leads this magical, mystical late-night recital of music for piano and glass harmonica.

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    Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
    Handel & Bach
    July 27–28, 2018
    David Geffen Hall
    Early-music star Richard Egarr leads the Festival Orchestra from the keyboard in this program of sparkling Baroque jewels.

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    A Little Night Music
    Virtuoso Vivaldi
    Helicon Ensemble
    Avi Stein, artistic director
    Saturday, July 28, 2018
    Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
    An exhilarating late-night set by an ensemble of Baroque all-stars.

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    Chamber Music
    Emerson String Quartet
    Nokuthula Ngwenyama, guest viola
    Monday, July 30, 2018
    Alice Tully Hall
    An invigorating evening with one of the all-time great string quartets, featuring music by Purcell, Bach, Mozart, and Mendelssohn.

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    Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
    Joshua Bell Plays Bruch
    July 31–August 1, 2018
    David Geffen Hall
    The violin star plays Bruch’s beloved violin concerto on a program that also includes Brahms’s sunlit Symphony No. 2.

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    A Little Night Music
    Daniel Lozakovich, violin (New York debut)

    George Li, piano
    Wednesday, August 1, 2018
    Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
    Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine, gorgeous city views, and a glimpse of the next generation of classical music superstars.

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    International Contemporary Ensemble
    Composers’ Forum
    John Schaefer, moderator
    Thursday, August 2, 2018
    Bruno Walter Auditorium
    Composers Courtney Bryan, Ashley Fure, George Lewis, and Michael Pisaro talk creative process and the future of classical music.

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    International Contemporary Ensemble
    Grand Pianola Music
    Thursday, August 2, 2018
    Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College
    A fascinating exploration of the piano and technology featuring music by John Adams, Courtney Bryan, and George Lewis.

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    Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
    Prague Symphony

    August 3–4, 2018
    David Geffen Hall
    Conductor and pianist Christian Zacharias and soprano Rosa Feola illuminate Mozart’s passion for Prague and its people.

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    A Little Night Music
    Pražák Quartet
    Friday, August 3, 2018
    Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
    A revered Czech quartet explores Mozart’s time in Prague.

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    A Little Night Music
    Paul Lewis, piano

    Saturday, August 4, 2018
    Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse

    The eloquent pianist returns to the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse for another one of his legendary late-night recitals.

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    International Contemporary Ensemble
    The Force of Things
    An Opera for Objects
    (New York premiere)
    August 6–8, 2018
    Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center, Brooklyn
    In their acclaimed music-theater piece, composer Ashley Fure and architect Adam Fure give voices and soul to the inanimate.

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    Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
    Adams, Mozart, Beethoven
    August 7–8, 2018
    David Geffen Hall
    The 16-year-old violinist Daniel Lozakovich joins Louis Langrée and the Festival Orchestra in this exuberantly youthful program.

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    A Little Night Music
    Lyrics by Shakespeare
    New York Festival of Song
    Wednesday, August 8, 2018
    Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
    With wit, wisdom, and music, the New York Festival of Song digs into the Bard’s influence on music at this special late-night salon.

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    International Contemporary Ensemble
    A wave and waves
    Thursday, August 9, 2018
    David Rubenstein Atrium
    Seat yourself in the middle of 100 performers and let yourself be submerged in Michael Pisaro’s music at this free performance.

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    Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
    Mozart Requiem
    August 10–11, 2018
    David Geffen Hall
    Louis Langrée, the Festival Orchestra, and an exceptional lineup of guest artists present a transcendent all-Mozart program.

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    A Little Night Music
    Stephen Hough, piano
    Imani Winds

    (Mostly Mozart Festival debut)
    Friday, August 10, 2018
    Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
    Enjoy complimentary wine and views at this effervescent, late-night soirée featuring music by Debussy, Mozart, and Poulenc.

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    Music
    In the Name of the Earth
    (World premiere)
    Saturday, August 11, 2018
    Harlem Meer, Central Park
    Celebrate our planet and our community in this world premiere choral work by Pulitzer Prize–winning composer John Luther Adams.