Date(s) - 06/22/2013


Pine Avenue

“Making his Festival debut, conductor Nicholas McGegan’s infectious joy will transport you into these three vibrant pieces. Handel’s masterpiece is among the most popular Baroque works.  You’ll enjoy its stately elegance and effusive cheer. Mozart himself described his Concerto No. 16 as music “to make the performer sweat.” As one of America’s preeminent performers of Mozart’s music, Robert Levin is the ultimate pianist to truly showcase this great work. Our Festival season ends in stormy Scotland, with a robust symphony by Mendelssohn.  Inspired by the landscape and ruins of Scotland, this is a work justifiably beloved by generations and an impressive finale for the 49th Sarasota Music Festival.”

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