Berkeley - Program 2, Midsummer Mozart Festival
First Congregational Church Berkeley
Berkeley, CA
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Berkeley - Program 2, Midsummer Mozart Festival
Program 2, Friday July 27, 2012

"Magic Flute" Overture, K. 620
"A te, fra tanti affanni" from Davidde Penitente, K. 469
Christopher Bengochea, tenor
Piano Concerto in E flat, K. 482
Seymour Lipkin, pianist
" Great" Mass in c minor, K. 427
Christina Major, soprano I, Rebecca Davis, soprano II
Christopher Bengochea, tenor, Kirk Eichelberger , bass
Pacific Mozart Ensemble, Lynne Morrow, director


For our second week we are presenting another great piano concerto, played by our old friend, Seymour Lipkin, one of the great musicians of our era. But, as a fascinating bonus, our tenor is going to sing a gorgeous aria from the different version of the C minor Mass, which appears only in the less often heard Davidde Peninente. Our line up of soloists for the Mass in the second half is stellar.

** Save 20% if you order seats for both programs before July 1st by calling 800-838-3006 x 1

Note: to qualify for the discount you must purchase an equal number of same-price tickets for both Program I and Program II.  Feel free to choose different performance locations.

Groups of 10 or more save 20% (the group leader receives a free ticket)

Students, teachers and under-30s with valid ID pay only $20 for Choice section seats at all the concerts.

Orders received at least 2 weeks before the date of your first attendance will be mailed.

All other orders will be held at the venue for pick-up at the time of the performance.

Tickets for July 22 and July 29 at 3 pm at Herbst Theatre in San Francisco are not available through BPT - Please call 415.392.4400 for tickets to the San Francisco concerts.

Location

First Congregational Church Berkeley
2345 Channing Way
Berkeley, CA 94704
United States


Categories

Arts > Performance
Music > Classical
Music > Symphony

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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