Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Exceptionally fresh performances by New York’s beloved summertime orchestra, led by Renée and Robert Belfer Music Director Louis Langrée and dynamic guest conductors from around the world.

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra Events

The Magic Flute
Photo by Michal Daniel

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

The Magic Flute

(New York production premiere)

David H. Koch Theater

Mozart’s beloved opera enters new terrain in this audaciously delightful staging that pays homage to 1920s silent movies, Weimar cabaret, and the dark whimsy of fairy tales. Learn More 

Vilde Frang
Photo by Marco Borggreve

David Geffen Hall

Conductor Andrew Manze leads the Festival Orchestra through the emotional depths of the epic “Eroica” Symphony in this transcendent all-Beethoven program. Learn More 

Pekka Kuusisto
Photo by Felix Broede

David Geffen Hall

Maverick violinist Pekka Kuusisto ignites Vivaldi’s Baroque masterpiece with his improvisatory flair and “intensely intimate” playing (Guardian, U.K.). Learn More 

Louis Langrée
Photo by Richard Termine

St. Paul's Chapel

Join members of the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra at St. Paul’s Chapel for a free performance of Mozart’s sublime wind serenade. Learn More 

Louis Langrée and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
Photo by Richard Termine

David Geffen Hall

Louis Langrée and the Festival Orchestra explore Brahms’s impassioned Symphony No. 3 in this lush program that also includes the most Romantic of Mozart’s piano concertos. Learn More 

Gianandrea Noseda
Photo by Sussie Ahlburg

David Geffen Hall

Conductor Gianandrea Noseda and pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard join the Festival Orchestra to reveal new dimensions to Schubert and Beethoven. Learn More 

Joshua Bell
Photo by Alan Kerr

David Geffen Hall

Superstar Joshua Bell performs Dvořák’s Violin Concerto in an exuberant program that traverses the musically diverse Austro-Hungarian empire. Learn More 

Louis Langrée
Photo by Kevin Yatarola

David Geffen Hall

Pianist Steven Osborne joins Louis Langrée and the Festival Orchestra in a festive farewell to summer. Learn More