Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival celebrates 50 years of memorable moments in classical music with both a look back and a look ahead.
Signature performances of Mozart’s first and last symphonies by the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, led by music director Louis Langrée, and an early piano concerto performed by Richard Goode, anchor a program that also reminds us that the legacy of Mozart is alive and well, leading the adventurous toward fresh new possibilities.
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On CPTV: Friday, Feb. 3 at 10 p.m.
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