Mozart's Attic - Thursday, April 9th at 10:00 pm
Mozart's Attic begins with some dance music from the middle ages and then from a little bit later -- the 1400s.
Then we have some Renaissance music for double reed consort.
Next we begin a new series featuring the great violin concerti, beginning with the Brahms Concerto in D.
Harp music of Debussy, a piano trio by Jennifer Higdon played by the Lincoln Trio -- who recently gave a concert locally, Rimsky Korsakov's Russian Easter Overture, and harpsichord pieces by Balbastre and Couperin.
Then we have what was probably a drinking song by Mozart, written for his fellow Freemasons, and we close with Number Six in the cycle of eight symphonies by post-Handelian English composer William Boyce