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Mostly Mozart Festival 2019

Jun 26, 2019
two actors on stage with a CGI background of vines, flowers, and animated faces

It's time for another summer season of creativity and classical music. Cue the line-up for this year's Mostly Mozart Festival, a series of events that celebrates the musical genius of Mozart himself through an array of artistic genres, including dance, stage performance, orchestra, and much more! 

The series will run from Wednesday, July 10 to Saturday, August 10, opening with a dance performance by the Mark Morris Dance Group, a Mostly Mozart Festival regular. This year's schedule of events also features the return of Boy Blue's Blak Whyte Gray; back by popular demand after a sold-out run in last year's White Light Festival, a reimagined 1920s-inspired stage production of Mozart's The Magic Flute; and Lincoln Center Emerging Artist Award winner Davóne Tines stars in his musical adaptation of Langston Hughes's The Black Clown. The series will also include some free talks, a free ensemble performance, performances by the talented Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, and some films. 

The Mostly Mozart Festival offers a truly dynamic program of cultural experiences you won't want to miss. Check out this year's schedule of events for tickets and browse by genre, too

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