The Pawling Concert Series will present “Mozart Reflected: Violin Sonatas in Two Acts” on Friday, November 30. This creative program was conceived by pianist Jeremy Denk as a way of considering the musical influences on and by Mozart.
What music influenced Mozart and whom did he influence? With violinists Benjamin Beilman and Stefan Jackiw, Jeremy Denk will play works by Ravel, John Adams, Handel, Stravinsky, and Mozart, and provide insight into how they are connected.
This concert, presented for the first time in Pawling, will go on to Carnegie Hall shortly after. The concert will be held at 8:00 p.m. at the Gardiner Theater on the Trinity Pawling School campus. Tickets are available at PawlingConcertSeries.org online, at the Book Cove in Pawling Village, and at the door on the night of the performance. Adult tickets are $30; children 12 and under are admitted without charge.
The Pawling Concert Series is presented, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature, and through funding from Dutchess Tourism, administered by Arts Mid-Hudson. In addition, this series has been generously underwritten by: Andron Construction, Castagna Realty, and Joseph Meunier & Sons.
To learn more about the Pawling Concert Series, including directions and information about future concerts, visit PawlingConcertSeries.org online.