Lucy Crowe and Ivan Fischer

Websites: Iván Fischer | Lucy Crowe

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MOZART: Ave verum corpus
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MOZART: Symphony No.41 in C major (“Jupiter”): I. Allegro vivace
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MOZART: Symphony No.41 in C major (“Jupiter”): II. Andante cantabile
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MOZART: Symphony No.41 in C major (“Jupiter”): III. Menuetto
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MOZART: Symphony No.41 in C major (“Jupiter”): IV. Molto allegro
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MOZART: Vesperae solennes de confessore: I. Dixit
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MOZART: Vesperae solennes de confessore: II. Confitebor
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MOZART: Vesperae solennes de confessore: III. Beatus vir
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MOZART: Vesperae solennes de confessore: IV. Laudate pueri
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MOZART: Vesperae solennes de confessore: V. Laudate dominum
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MOZART: Vesperae solennes de confessore: VI. Magnificat
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Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Iván Fischer, conductor

TUE, AUG 9 at 8:00
WED, AUG 10 at 8:00
Avery Fisher Hall

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
Iván Fischer
, conductor
Lucy Crowe,
soprano M|M
Concert Chorale of New York
James Bagwell
, director

ALL-MOZART PROGRAM
Ave verum corpus
Symphony No.41 in C major (“Jupiter”)
Vesperae solennes de confessore

Pre-concert recitals by Ilya Yakushev, piano, at 7:00
BACH: Partita No.2

Iván Fischer, whose conducting The Washington Post calls “vibrant, alert, interested and always deeply responsive," leads the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra in a sweeping all-Mozart program centered on Mozart’s final symphony, the layered, confessional, and ultimately uplifting “Jupiter.”

“The soprano Lucy Crowe sang with focused, often angelic sound and supple
phrasing.” —The New York Times

Performances begin promptly at their scheduled time. There is no late seating.
For Avery Fisher Hall stage seating, all patrons must be seated by 7:55.

The performances are approximately one hour and 35 minutes long, with one intermission.

On August 9, Ilya Yakushev performed Bach's Adagio from Concerto in D minor, BWV 974 (trans. from A. Marcello's Oboe Concerto) as an encore to the pre-concert recital.

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Jeremy Denk, piano
Christine Brewer, soprano

 

 
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