Both the sunny and the serious Mozart are on display in his C major Trio and the turbulent and dramatic D minor Piano Concerto. Mendelssohn, considered by many the “Mozart of the 19th century,” bridges the Classical and Romantic eras with a combination of Mozartian lightness and emotional seriousness that can be heard in his E minor String Quartet.
Celebrate with the musicians at a post-concert wine reception following each Summer Evenings performance.
- Mozart Trio in C major for Piano, Violin, and Cello, K. 548 (1788)
- Mozart Concerto in D minor for Piano and Strings, K. 466 (1785)
- Mendelssohn Quartet in E minor for Strings, Op. 44, No. 2 (1837)