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Conductor Sebastian Lang-Lessing continues his remarkable composer-focused festivals with the greatest genius of classical music - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In just 35 years, Mozart composed over 600 works. He wrote his first symphony when he was eight years old and composed some of the greatest operas, symphonies, and chamber music the world has ever known.

The Mozart Festival’s first concert features his penultimate symphony and one of only two written in a minor key. It has been called “a work of passion, violence, and grief.” Mozart’s symphony and his strikingly reverent Ave verum corpus join the beautiful Requiem by Fauré to complete this performance.

The concert will feature soprano Deanna Breiwick and baritone Morgan Smith.

Conductor Sebastian Lang-Lessing continues his remarkable composer-focused festivals with the greatest genius of classical music - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In just 35 years, Mozart composed over 600 works. He wrote his first symphony when he was eight years old and composed some of the greatest operas, symphonies, and chamber music the world has ever known.

The Mozart Festival’s first concert features his penultimate symphony and one of only two written in a minor key. It has been called “a work of passion, violence, and grief.” Mozart’s symphony and his strikingly reverent Ave verum corpus join the beautiful Requiem by Fauré to complete this performance.

The concert will feature soprano Deanna Breiwick and baritone Morgan Smith.

Conductor Sebastian Lang-Lessing continues his remarkable composer-focused festivals with the greatest genius of classical music - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In just 35 years, Mozart composed over 600 works. He wrote his first symphony when he was eight years old and composed some of the greatest operas, symphonies, and chamber music the world has ever known.

The Mozart Festival’s first concert features his penultimate symphony and one of only two written in a minor key. It has been called “a work of passion, violence, and grief.” Mozart’s symphony and his strikingly reverent Ave verum corpus join the beautiful Requiem by Fauré to complete this performance.

The concert will feature soprano Deanna Breiwick and baritone Morgan Smith.

WHEN

WHERE

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
100 Auditorium Cir.
San Antonio, TX 78205
https://www.tobincenter.org/box-office/2017-01/mozarts-40th-symphony

TICKET INFO

$20-$96
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