Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Joyous, elegant musical celebrations with the city’s cherished 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

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
SPECIAL OPENING-NIGHT PRESENTATION

Divine Connection

A staging of Mozart’s Requiem and works by Arvo Pärt

David Geffen Hall

Behold the glorious company of Mozart’s Requiem interwoven with timeless music by Arvo Pärt in this sublime premiere staging directed by Elkhanah Pulitzer. Learn More 

Pianist Martin Helmchen stands in side-view profile, wearing a plaid blue and off-white suit jacket and light blue shirt.
Photo by Giorgia Bertazzi

Alice Tully Hall

British conductor Andrew Manze returns for an engaging concert experience in Alice Tully Hall, including Mozart’s resplendent “Linz” Symphony and Piano Concerto No. 22. Learn More 

Violinist, Augustin Hadelich, holds a violin across his torso and glances to the right, against bare trees in the background.
Photo by Rosalie O'Connor

David Geffen Hall

Bach’s achingly beautiful cantata is echoed in Brahms’s ever-popular Fourth Symphony under music director Louis Langrée. Learn More 

Pianist Beatrice Rana smiles brightly at camera, with chin resting on hand, sitting in front of piano.
Photo by Nicolas Bets

David Geffen Hall

Pianist Beatrice Rana sparkles in Beethoven’s B-flat major Concerto, as Joshua Weilerstein conducts a Viennese program featuring Haydn and Mozart. Learn More 

Profile of Rafael Payare looking to his left. Behind is a mural of audience members in brightly colored clothing.
Photo by Benjamin Ealovega

David Geffen Hall

Venezuelan conductor Rafael Payare makes his New York debut in a soaring program of Mendelssohn and Mozart with pianist Emanuel Ax. Learn More 

Stephen Hough, wearing all black, rests his elbow with folded hands on an open piano. He looks directly at the camera.
Photo by Sim Canetty Clarke

David Geffen Hall

Impeccable pianist Stephen Hough performs the cascading “Emperor” Concerto during a magisterial all-Beethoven evening. Learn More 

Joshua Bell, Jeremy Denk, and Steven Isserlis wearing all black, standing and smiling. Bell and Denk hold their instruments.
Photo by Kevin Yatarola

David Geffen Hall

An all-star evening features violinist Joshua Bell, pianist Jeremy Denk, and cellist Steven Isserlis in Beethoven’s Triple Concerto. Learn More 

David Geffen Hall

Louis Langrée and the Festival Orchestra recreate the legendary 1808 Akademie concert in Vienna where Beethoven premiered some of his most iconic works. Learn More