Posted by Kimberly Powell on 09/27/2015

Continuing its mission to offer a high quality music and cultural Festival for Oklahoma audiences, OK Mozart marked its 31st season this past June, taking a musical trip to Italy, the place where 17 year old Wolfgang received the Papal Order of the Knight of the Golden Spur for his extraordinary musical gifts. Presented June 6th through the 13th, Festival 2015 offered a series of orchestral concerts, chamber music performances and a semi-staged production of Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni, as well as a full program of related cultural activities in its showcase events. Recorded concerts are held at the Bartlesville Community Center and St. Luke's Episcopal Church and just this past summer, OK Mozart renovated its offices and opened a new small concert venue, Aurora Hall in downtown Bartlesville.

In the second program of a four part snapshot series we’ll hear internationally acclaimed pianist Jon Kimura Parker and Amici NY wind principals in Mozart's Quintet for Piano and Winds and the Aeolus Quartet offer Alcyone, a work written for them by American composer Douglas Boyce; both performances from the Spencer Prentiss/Becky Wallace Chamber Concert offered Tuesday, June 9th at the Bartlesville Community Center. The Aeolus Quartet also presents Beethoven's String Quartet Op 130 and the Langsamer Satz of Anton Webern, these performances from the daily afternoon Chamber Music concerts at St. Luke's Episcopal Church.

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