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New Works, Performers and Pre-Concert Events Added to Lincoln Center's 2014 Mostly Mozart Festival, Running 7/25-8/23

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New Works, Performers and Pre-Concert Events Added to Lincoln Center's 2014 Mostly Mozart Festival, Running 7/25-8/23

Jane Moss, Ehrenkranz Artistic Director, today announced program updates for the 48th season of Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival, New York's acclaimed annual summer celebration of classical music, which runs from July 25 - August 23, 2014. The changes and updates include new singers, additional works to be performed, as well as artists and programs for pre-concert events. This information updates details announced on April 9, 2014.

July 25-26: The complete list of artists performing the world premiere of John Luther Adams's Sila: The Breath of the World, commissioned by Lincoln Center for Lincoln Center Out of Doors and Mostly Mozart Festival, include: Doug Perkins (musical director), Mark DeChiazza (choreographer), and featuring members of Contemporaneous, The Crossing, eighth blackbird, Face The Music, Grand Valley State University New Music Ensemble, Hotel Elefant, JACK Quartet, Meehan/Perkins Duo, Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players, TIGUE, and TILT Brass. Each of these artists are making their Mostly Mozart Festival debut.

August 12-13: The Amphion String Quartet will perform Barber's String Quartet, Op. 11, in pre-concert recitals immediately prior to the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra concerts on August 12 and 13 at Avery Fisher Hall.

August 12-13: Tenor Russell Thomas replaces tenor Gregory Kunde in Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 with the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra on August 12 and 13 at Avery Fisher Hall.

August 17: The pre-concert lecture before the 3:00 p.m. performance of Handel's Teseo by the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra at Alice Tully Hall will be given by Ellen Rosand, an American musicologist who specializes in Baroque era music. The lecture takes place at 1:45 p.m. in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse.

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