McGill & Mozart

Mozart’s love for the clarinet’s mellow sound was inspired by the artistry of Anton Stadler—virtuoso, friend, and fellow-Freemason—and nowhere more so than in his beguiling Clarinet Concerto. And in the hands of Anthony McGill it will enrapture you, too, with its breathtaking beauty and sublime melodies. The concert begins with Mozart’s regal “Jupiter” Symphony—his last in the genre—aptly nicknamed for the king of the gods, with drums and trumpets lending a majestic feel and setting a crown upon the composer’s symphonic canon.

7:00PM, Monday, February 20, 2023