Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra - "Prague" Symphony at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

08/05/14 through 08/06/14 Avery Fisher Hall, 70 Lincoln Center Plaza Map
212-721-6500 Ages: All Ages

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German virtuoso Christian Tetzlaff joins the Festival Orchestra to perform Mozart's buoyant First Violin Concerto, written when the composer was still a teenager. Louis Langree conducts the program, which also includes Mozart's "Prague" Symphony, a Haydn overture, and Schnittke's contemporary mash-up of the two masters.

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