MOZART'S PARIS

May 8-9, 2020 | Music Hall

A musical tour through the City of Light, and a celebration of Mozart’s unmatched gifts.

Program

GLUCK: Overture to Iphigénie en Aulide
MOZART: Concerto for Flute and Harp
GLUCK: Overture and Dance of the Furies from Orphée et Eurydice
MOZART: Symphony No. 31, Paris

Artists

Louis Langrée, conductor
Philippe Bernold, flute
Emmanuel Ceysson, harp

Venue

Music Hall

Ticket Prices

$14-$130

Concert Duration

About 1 hour, 40 minutes with intermission

Series

This concert is part of Series 1

What's Interesting

  • Louis Langrée leads an 18th century program in which music's most urbane and cosmopolitan composer takes on the urbane and cosmopolitan city of Paris, in symphonic form. Parisians so loved Mozart's Paris symphony, they demanded many encores.

This concert also features Mozart's lovely concerto for flute and harp. A beloved concert favorite now, it would have been considered an usual combination of instruments at the time.

  • CSO Music Director Langrée, who also serves as Music Director of NYC's Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center, is a pre-eminent interpreter of Mozart's music.

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