Mostly Mozart Festival

Mostly Mozart Festival NYC

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Mostly Mozart Festival Summary

Event Overview: Mostly Mozart Festival New York is an annual concert series that runs from late July until late August. The concerts are typically held at the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts in Upper West Side Manhattan. Mostly Mozart Festival NYC includes a variety of performers who play a variety of music ranging from Mozart to other incredible classic music.

What to Expect: Mostly Mozart Festival New York offers a flexible timeline of amazing concerts for anyone who is visiting New York during the summer, and it is something music lovers will not want to miss.

  • Mozart: Unsurprisingly, the Mostly Mozart Lincoln Center Festival plays many of Mozart's classics. If you are unaware of the work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, then you will quickly see why the man was considered a musical genius.
  • Month long: The spread out schedule of concerts for Mostly Mozart Lincoln Center Festival gives visitors a chance to see a show without having to commit to visiting on a very specific weekend.
  • Long-Running Tradition: The Mostly Mozart Festival New York has also been a long running tradition out of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

Inside Knowledge: The Mostly Mozart Festival New York has been running since 1966. The New York concert series celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2006, which was the also when it celebrated 250th anniversary of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Event Hints:

  • Reserve Tickets Early: If you have a specific day in mind that you want to go to a concert for the Mostly Mozart Festival New York, then reserve early. You don't want to be caught without tickets for a sold out show that you can attend.
  • Prepare for Night Weather: The Mostly Mozart Festival New York concerts take place at night around 8pm, so be prepared for hot or cold night weather, depending on the general temperatures during the summer months which can fluctuate.
  • Go on a Night with Two Shows: Some concert nights have an 8pm performance and then a different one at 10:30pm. We recommend going to these nights as it gives you the best use of your time if you are visiting New York for the Mostly Mozart Festival.



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User Average Review

Overall:
4.15
Event:
5
Location:
4.65
Staff:
4
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3

Based on 3 reviews

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Carly Kale

Joined: March 2011

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Overall:
4.25
Event:
5
Location:
5
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3
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4

Would recommend to a friend

Date Visited: 07/10

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Cheap Music Shows at the Mostly Mozart Festival

Affordable attractions are hard to come by in New York City.  However, the Mostly Mozart Festival enables even the most budget-conscious people to enjoy a night of fantastic musical performances.  For a very low ticket price, you'll be able to witness the music of some of the most famous classical music composers performed in one of the most well-known music venues in the world.  Though this concert is family-friendly, your young kids likely won't fully appreciate the performance, so it's probably better to leave them at home.

 

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Robert Harrison

Joined: March 2011

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Overall:
4.25
Event:
5
Location:
5
View:
3
Staff:
4

Would recommend to a friend

Date Visited: 08/10

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Top Performances at the Mostly Mozart Festival

For people who love music of all varieties, the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center is a wonderful venue to experience some of the best classical music.  While this festival was founded to commemorate Mozart's compositions, they have recently expanded to incorporate works by people who influenced the composer and were influenced by him.  Since tickets to this event are so budget-friendly, you'll be able to see some amazing performances without breaking the bank.

 

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Mackenzie Webber

Joined: March 2011

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Overall:
4
Event:
5
Location:
4
View:
3
Staff:
4

Would recommend to a friend

Date Visited: 07/10

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Moving Music at the Mostly Mozart Festival

All classical music fans should flock to the Mostly Mozart Festival.  This annual music festival features music from the infamous composer as well as many of his predecessors and successors. The Mostly Mozart Festival has been around for over 40 years and still draws a lot of fans because of the combination of the great music and wonderful performers.

Anybody who has even a slight appreciation for some of the most incredible music ever composed should grab some tickets to this festival. Since some of the tickets are as low as $15, this fun NYC event is perfect for people on a budget.

 

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Mostly Mozart Festival

Jul
27
Until Aug 24

Location

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
70 Lincoln Center Plz
New York, US
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Event Dates

Jul 27,2013 - Aug 24,2013

Event Cost

$20 - $100

Mostly Mozart Festival lasts through July to August in Lincoln Center

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Event Quick Facts

  • A summer-long concert series held at the Lincoln Center NYC.
  • Shows held through the season usually at 8pm on selected dates.
  • Mostly Mozart Festival NYC, celebrates classic concert music and more.

Phone:
212.875.5000

Website:
http://new.lincolncenter.org/live/

Nearest Transit:
66th St (1); 59th St-Columbus Circle (1, A, C, B, D)


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