Lawrence Brownlee, Julia Bullock, Renée Fleming Headline Reimagined Mostly Mozart Festival Season

Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival has announced a new partnership with WQXR to broadcast this year’s reimagined season of performances, running from August 10 -16, 2020. The Opening Night Mashup will kick off the festival with a program featuring Mozart’s “Requiem” and Estonian composer Arvo Part’s “Te Deum,” meant to set the tone for this year’s season of connection and {…}

Mostly Mozart Festival 2019 Review: Soprano Jeanine De Bique & Budapest Festival Orchestra

(Photo Credit: Kevin Yatarola) On August 4, 2019, the Budapest Festival Orchestra brought their talents to David Geffen Hall for an exciting program of works by Handel, Haydn, and Mozart. Joining conductor Ivan Fischer and the orchestra was Trinidadian soprano Jeanine De Bique, making her debut performance with the Mostly Mozart Festival in spectacular fashion. First, Haydn Starting the evening’s {…}

Q & A: Soprano Jeanine De Bique on Her Mostly Mozart Debut, Her Journey as a Singer, and the Importance of Serving Others

(credit: Marco Borggreve) Trinidadian soprano Jeanine De Bique hadn’t seen a fully staged opera until the age of 21, but had been raised to appreciate the classical arts by her mother. Now, the award-winning singer is highly sought after for concert and staged works, with The “Washington Post” noting her “dramatic presence and versatility.” And as such, she will make {…}

Mostly Mozart 2019 Festival Review: ‘A Little Night Music’ with Susanna Phillips & Myra Huang

(Credit: Kevin Yatarola) On July 30, 2019, Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival took to the Kaplan Penthouse for a concert lit by candlelight, as part of their “A Little Night Music” concert series. This episode featured soprano Susanna Phillips, accompanied by pianist Myra Huang, the latter making her debut with the Mostly Mozart Festival. The evening’s program consisted of songs {…}

Q & A: Soprano Susanna Phillips On Her Career Path From Alabama to the Big Stage

Alabama-native, soprano Susanna Phillips will present an intimate evening of song on July 30, 2019 as part of the 2019 Mostly Mozart Festival. The recital will take place at the Stanley Kaplan Penthouse overlooking New York City and spotlights three female composers: Fanny Hensel, Alma Mahler, and Clara Schumann. Phillips’ appearance is part of the festival’s “A Little Night Music” series {…}