The charismatic Andrew Manze returns to the Festival to illuminate Webern and explore Mozart’s legacy with the resplendent “Linz” Symphony and his delightful Piano Concerto No. 22 featuring the “miraculous” Martin Helmchen (San Diego Union-Tribune).

The Program

“[Manze] is a musical tour-guide of unrivalled knowledge, instinct and understanding where this repertoire is concerned.”
– Independent (U.K.)
“Mr. Helmchen has a noble bearing and a noble sound, shaping lines as elegant and clean as a Greek temple’s.”
– New York Times

Make a Night of It!

Pre-Concert

Pre-Concert Recital

Alice Tully Hall

FREE for Ticket Holders

6:30 pm

Pre-concert recitals by Martin Helmchen, piano, at 6:30 pm in Alice Tully Hall

Bach: Partita No. 2 in C minor

Venue

1941 Broadway

Accessibility

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Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Linz Symphony

July 17–18, 2020 Alice Tully Hall

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Please note that this concert takes place in Alice Tully Hall

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Andrew Manze, conductor

Martin Helmchen, piano

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