One event on January 13, 2018 at 8:00pm
Mozart’s final concerto — and one of the last of all his works—the Clarinet Concerto is a haunting, soulful piece. The mellow tones of the clarinet were the perfect medium to express his late-life emotions, including his dismay at the ill health of his deeply cherished wife, Constanze. Rob Kapilow and the TSO’s distinguished Principal Clarinet first take you to the piece’s heart; then they perform it, complete. (Pictured: Joaquin Valdepeñas, TSO Principal Clarinet)
Concert running time is approximately two hours including a 20-minute intermission. The first half includes Rob Kapilow’s “What Makes It Great?®” presentation, followed by a 20-minute intermission. The orchestra will then perform the Mozart Clarinet Concerto, followed by a Q&A with the audience.
7:15 pm pre-concert chat with Tom Allen in the North Lobby on Jan 10
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