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Mozart No. 40 …. High-Voltage Drama!
Mozart High-Voltage Drama! Mozart was a fast worker. In the summer of 1788, he wrote his final three symphonies—each one a monument of classical style. …
Mozart’s Only Concerto for Harp
So Rare. So Incredibly Beautiful. So Mozart. In 1778, Mozart visited Paris for the second time. He found himself employed, partly, by a flutist— aristocrat to teach …
Serenades … Anything Goes!
Mozart wrote 13 serenades— four of which have a reference to ‘night’ in the title—including the one we are playing on Masterworks 3—Serenata Notturna. The …
Amado on Amadeus
Did you know that Mozart rarely revised what he wrote? Or that he proposed marriage to Marie Antoinette? Find out more about the fascinating life …
What’s Better Than Chocolate?
We’ve got something better than chocolate! Music Director, David Amado gives us some insights on what makes this next Masterworks Series, Songs & Dances, a …
Ask the Maestro
Have you ever wondered if the Maestro needs to know how to play every instrument or what he is listening to on his iPad or …