Bach’s achingly beautiful cantatas have inspired centuries of composers, echoed by Brahms and Berg in this gorgeous, intimate program. Music director Louis Langrée’s four-year survey of the complete Brahms symphonies culminates in his ever-popular Fourth, and “thrilling” violinist Augustin Hadelich (Arts Atlanta) joins for Berg’s groundbreaking Violin Concerto, the Austrian’s last and best-known work.

The Program

“One of the outstanding violinists of his generation.”
– New York Times on Augustin Hadelich

Make a Night of It!

Pre-Concert

Pre-Concert Talk

David Geffen Hall

FREE for Ticket Holders

6:30 pm

Pre-concert talks with Louis Langrée and Augustin Hadelich at 6:30 pm at David Geffen Hall

Venue

10 Lincoln Center Plaza

Accessibility

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Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Bach, Berg, and Brahms

July 21–22, 2020 David Geffen Hall

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Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Louis Langrée, conductor

Augustin Hadelich, violin

Lauren Snouffer, soprano (MMF debut)

Eric Jurenas, countertenor (MMF debut)

Colin Balzer, tenor (MMF debut)

Tyler Duncan, baritone (MMF debut)

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