NEW CROWNED HOPE
April 24-25, 2021 | 2 pm & 7:30 pm | Music Hall
Late works fill an all-Mozart program with notes of love, charity and truth.
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART: Overture to The Magic Flute
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART: Selections from Thamos, The King of Egypt
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART: Masonic Funeral Music
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART: Symphony No. 39 in E-flat Major
Louis Langrée, conductor
Ticket PricesFrom $14
Concert DurationApproximately 65 minutes with no intermission
- Welcome to Music Hall! These in-person concerts will be socially distanced, limited capacity and will adhere to all safety protocols.
- “New Crowned Hope” refers to the Freemason lodge to which Mozart belonged. Masonic symbolism and principles of universal brotherhood, and knowledge over ignorance permeate Mozart’s music.
- The Magic Flute was the Viennese equivalent of a Broadway musical in its day. Written for everyday audiences rather than the aristocracy, it became the most popular hit of Mozart’s career.
- Symphony No. 39 is the first of Mozart’s last three symphonies, all composed in an astounding burst of creative production in the summer of 1788.
- Create your own Mini Mozart Festival with this additional all-Mozart program: Portal to Romanticism.