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Concert Review: Nora Fischer and Marnix Dorrestein Update 17th-Century Song at Mostly Mozart Festival (NYC, 26 July 2019)

Nora Fischer

A classically trained singer and an electric guitarist reimagine 17th-century songs by Monteverdi, Purcell and more in singer-songwriter style.

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Concert Review: Neave Trio Plays Piazzolla, MMFO Plays Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’ at Mostly Mozart Festival

The Neave Piano Trio, photo by Mark Roemisch

Antonio Vivaldi wasn't the only composer to find inspiration in the changing seasons. Astor Piazzolla's 'Four Seasons of Buenos Aires' was a revelation at the Mostly Mozart Festival.

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Mostly Mozart Festival Review: International Contemporary Ensemble – ‘Grand Pianola Music’

Conductor Christian Reif

Works by John Adams, George Lewis, and Courtney Bryan explored the interaction between man and machine, in three very different ways. And there wasn't a pianola (player piano) in sight.

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A Mostly Mozart 50-Year Retrospective: Making the Most of Mozart’s Genre-Bending Spell

Over its 50 years, the Mostly Mozart Festival has built a large following, enjoyed an international reputation and presented A-list performers, all while tending to the shifting expectations of trendy New Yorkers. Under festival director Jane Moss and music director Louis Langrée, it genially circumvents the self-imposed restriction of its catchy name.

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