Louis Langree

Websites: Louis Langrée | Christian Tetzlaff
Antoine Tamestit | Susanna Phillips

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MOZART: Crudele?...Non mi dir, bell’idol mio, from Don Giovanni
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MOZART: Bella mia fiamma...Resta, o cara
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MOZART: Symphony No.36 in C major (“Linz”): I. Adagio—Allegro spiritoso
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MOZART: Symphony No.36 in C major (“Linz”): II. Poco adagio
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MOZART: Symphony No.36 in C major (“Linz”): III. Menuetto
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MOZART: Symphony No.36 in C major (“Linz”): IV. Presto
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Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Opening-Night Program

TUE, AUG 2 at 8:00
WED, AUG 3 at 8:00
Avery Fisher Hall

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
Louis Langrée, conductor
Christian Tetzlaff, violin
Antoine Tamestit, viola M|M
Susanna Phillips, soprano

ALL-MOZART PROGRAM
Overture to Le nozze de Figaro
Sinfonia concertante in E-flat major for violin and viola
Crudele?...Non mi dir, bell’idol mio, from Don Giovanni
Bella mia fiamma…Resta, o cara
Symphony No.36 in C major (“Linz”)

Our summer celebration launches with typical flair as Louis Langrée leads the acclaimed Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra in two Mozart favorites, the exuberant Sinfonia concertante for violin and viola and a mature masterpiece, the “Linz” Symphony. The evening features the distinguished violinist Christian Tetzlaff and the Mostly Mozart debut of the young French violist Antoine Tamestit, praised by The Washington Post as “thoughtful, venturesome and arrestingly musical.”

“Under music director Louis Langrée, the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra played with urgency, freshness, and brilliant, cohesive sound.”
The Star-Ledger

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 55 minutes long, with one intermission.

This performance was broadcast live on August 2 on WQXR 105.9 FM

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