ABOUT THIS CONCERT

Join us from home for the Houston Symphony’s Live from Jones Hall livestream concert series! Your purchase helps support the Symphony. You’ll receive a private online link to view live concerts by Houston Symphony musicians performing at Jones Hall on Saturdays at 8 p.m. central.

One of the greatest composers in history meets one of the most heralded musical voices of today in in an evening of music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and “Brooklyn’s post-millennial Mozart,” Missy Mazzoli. Taking its cue from Milton’s Paradise Lost, Mazzoli’s soaring concerto for bass (Dark with Excessive Bright) spins Baroque idioms into a hypnotic fusion of styles and sounds as Robin Kesselman, principal bass, takes center stage. Mozart’s grand and elegant Symphony No. 38, Prague, concludes this livestream event.

How to View the Concert Livestream Video
On the day before the concert, you will receive a new email with a link to the video. If you purchase a ticket after Friday evening, the link will be in your confirmation email. We recommend you access the link at least 10 minutes before the concert begins. A recording will be available to you at the same link for 24 hours following the concert. If you did not purchase a ticket before the concert, you can still buy a ticket to access the recording until 7 p.m. central on the Sunday after the performance. Livestream FAQs

Estimated running time: 1 hour


SELECT CONCERT DATE:

Aug 22
2020
Saturday, 8:00 PM
at Livestream Link

PROGRAM

MOZART/J. N. WENDT  Suite for Winds from Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
7. Voi che sapete che cosa è amor
6. Porgi amor
5. Non più andrai farfallone amoroso

Jonathan Fischer, oboe
Colin Gatwood, oboe
Thomas Legrand, clarinet
Alexander Potiomkin, clarinet
Isaac Schultz, bassoon
Elise Wagner, bassoon
Nancy Goodearl, horn
Ian Mayton, horn

MISSY MAZZOLI  Dark with Excessive Bright
Robin Kesselman, double bass

MOZART Symphony No. 38, Prague

ARTISTS


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