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Posts Tagged : Mostly Mozart Festival

Watching Mark Morris Dance Group last week at Rose Theater, an annual highlight of Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival, SundayArts blogger Susan Yung was suddenly aware of the absence of many of the company's longtime members who have retired in the last year or so.

In this edition of Sunday Arts: a profile of the Chinese composer and musician Tan Dun, a look at the concluding week of the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center, and more.

Keep up to date on all the action happening during the third week of the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center.

Seventy-two up-and-coming artists at the Bronx Museum, Mostly Mozart returns, Death Takes a Holiday, Met Opera "Live in HD," and more.

A modest stack of new Bach CDs has been piling up on my desk over the last several months—when you’re a Bach-lover it’s hard for this not to happen periodically. There are keyboard sonatas (David Fray), violin sonatas (David Grimal), The Art of Fugue (Pierre-Laurent Aimard), two- and three-part Inventions (Till Fellner), and even a […]

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