Music commissioned by the 7th Prince Lobkowicz
Prince Joseph Franz Maximilian Lobkowicz (1772-1816) was one of the most influential arts patrons of the Classical era. The works he commissioned, among the greatest pieces ever written, have made a profound impact on the history of music.
Musicologist, author, and Vassar College professor Kathryn L. Libin talks about Prince Lobkowitz’s musical legacy at 6:30 PM in the Rose Studio, free to ticket holders.
Photo Credit: Merri Cyr
This performance will take place at Alice Tully Hall. Please click here for more information on the venue.
Concerts devoted to patronage, dedications, and commissions in chamber music.