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All Mozart Program is an event being organized by the Boston Symphony Orchestra and featuring renowned conductor Kurt Masur and famous classical pianist, Gerhard Oppitz. Its program features three of Mozart’s best works; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor and Symphony No, 36. All Mozart Program tickets will take you to one of the best events of classical music to with music from the legendary Mozart enacted by some of the best in classical music today, live.
All Mozart Program features the famous Mozart composition, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, which in English is the Serenade No. 13 for strings in G Major. It is a composition for a chamber ensemble drawn up by Mozart back in 1787 and is made for an ensemble composed of two violins, a cello, a viola and an optional double bass. It has, however, also been performed by string orchestras and this program will feature classical pianist Gerhard Oppitz at the helm. The second composition that is part of this program is Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor that premiered in 1786 after a year of work at the famous Vienna theater, the Burgtheater. It is made up of three movements; the first is Allegro in C minor, the second in Larghetto in E-flat major and the third is Allegretto Variations in C minor. It is regarded as one of the greatest works of Mozart and even inspired the legendary Beethoven for his Piano Concerto No. 3. Its original manuscript lies today in the UK’s Royal College of Music. Mozart’s Symphony No. 36 is the third classical music composition that is part of the All Mozart Program. It was written when Mozart was in the town of Linz in Austria during a stopover on a journey back to Vienna with his wife. It was written in four days in answer to the local count’s request for a concert and was performed in 1783, premiering in Vienna in 1784.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra is behind the All Mozart Program and is one of the oldest orchestras in the world with its first concert taking place in 1881. It is now in its one hundred and thirty first season and was founded by Henry Lee Higginson. It has performed all over the US as well as many countries of the world in Europe, in South America, China, Japan and Hong Kong. Its music is also heard by millions through radio, TV and recordings released by a number of labels. These people eventually find All Mozart Program tickets and go watch the orchestra live in action for the finest classical music in the world.
The All Mozart Program is part of the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s season at Tanglewood, an event regarded as one of the most important music festivals in the whole world. James Levine was the orchestra’s music director from 2004 onwards to 2011 and led the company on to a wide set of programs from classical works to more contemporary works by the likes of Williams, Schuller and Wuorinen. He also performed with the orchestra live as a pianist. Today, the orchestra is behind over two hundred and fifty concerts each year all over the world.
Kurt Masur, conductor of the All Mozart Program, is a German conductor best known for his unique interpretation of German Romantic Music. He is an award winning conductor, with honors including the Gold Medal of Honor for Music, the Order of Merits of the Federal Republic of Germany, Commander of the Legion of Honor from the French government, Cultural Ambassador of New York City, Furtwangler Prize, Leo Baeck Medal and an Honorary Member of the Royal Academy of Music. Alongwith the renowned Gerhard Oppitz, he can be seen live with All Mozart Program tickets conducting Mozart’s music in the best way possible.