How many Mozart pieces show up on desert island lists? How many music lovers have wished to hear Mozart as their last music on earth? Mozart’s genius is unfathomable and inexplicable. The mystery of it, the state of supreme awe it holds us in, is why we flock to Mozart like no other. Join CMS for an immersion in this sublime and inspiring music.
- Mozart Selections from Twelve Duos for Two Horns, K. 487 (1786)
- Mozart Quartet in B-flat major for Strings, K. 589 (1790)
- Mozart Concerto No. 12 in A major for Piano and String Quintet, K. 414 (1782)
- Mozart Divertimento in F major for Two Horns and Strings, K. 247 (1776)