Maestro Edward Gardner’s “powerful, impassioned conducting” (Seattle Times) finds its match in the “irrepressibly charismatic” pianist Jeremy Denk (New York Times) in a program that moves from dark to light. Mozart’s austere work, composed for his fellow Freemasons, and Beethoven’s supremely lyrical concerto give way to a sunlit Schubert finale.

The Program

“Luminous atmosphere and edge-of-the-seat excitement.”
– The Times (U.K.) on Edward Gardner
“Irrepressibly charismatic...a joy to watch.”
– New York Times on Jeremy Denk

Venue and Accessibility

10 Lincoln Center Plaza
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Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Beethoven and Schubert

Friday, July 28, 2017 at 7:30 pm David Geffen Hall

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Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Edward Gardner, conductor

Jeremy Denk, piano

Pre-concert recital at 6:30 pm

Jasmine Choi, flute, and Roman Rabinovich, piano

Schubert: Introduction and Variations on “Trockne Blumen”

David Geffen Hall

Performance Details