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Posts Tagged : Mostly Mozart

Festival newcomers join veterans in celebration of Mozart’s musical influence during the concluding week of the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center.

Compared to the rest of the year in New York, August’s dance schedule is slender. But you wouldn’t know that last week, as both Paul Taylor Dance Company and Mark Morris Dance Group invaded Lincoln Center—the first outdoors, in the Damrosch Bandshell, free; the second in the cooler confines of the David H. Koch “I […]

When you first got your driver’s license, did you take your parents’ car out? Perhaps tentatively at first, and then with more confidence each time? And yet, it was always your parents’ car, and always would be, but you got used to it, and maybe they got used to the idea of you in it. […]

The hot ticket this past weekend was John Adams’ latest opera, A Flowering Tree. Walking into the lobby on Sunday afternoon there was a queue of at least 50 people hoping for cancellations. Inside the theater was a starry crowd gathered for the Mostly Mozart event—in the seats just around me were opera singers (Renée […]

What happens when unfamiliar cultural elements are set within an all-too familiar framework? The result can be a kind of cultural slide show where the structure takes over and the content becomes secondary, as with Lemi Ponifasio’s Requiem. The director says Mozart’s same-titled work inspired him, yet it is not part of his theater piece, […]

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