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Mostly Mozart Festival Opening Night Gala

Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival Opening Night Gala is a highlight of the summer season.  This year’s gala will honor the Amazon Original Mozart in the Jungle.  The Opening Night Gala is always a fun and festive occasion beginning with a cocktail reception and dinner, followed by a spectacular opening night concert by the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra.  This year, they will be joined by the Young People’s Chorus of New York City, the Concert Chorale of New York and pianist Kit Armstrong, all under the baton of Maestro Louis Langrée in a program titled “The Singing Heart.”

About the Honoree

Amazon Original Mozart in the Jungle 

The Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning Amazon Original Mozart in the Jungle explores the wild world of classical music where what happens behind the curtains at the symphony can be just as captivating as what occurs on stage. Based on Blair Tindall’s critically-acclaimed memoir, Mozart in the Jungle: Sex, Drugs & Classical Music, viewers will get a candid and comical glimpse of these imperfect musicians and their backstage mind games and politics. Follow Rodrigo De Sousa (Gael García Bernal), the orchestra’s newest maestro, and Hailey Rutledge (Lola Kirke), an oboist who is desperately trying to establish her music career, as they navigate this whimsical, rich world to show us that there is no greater joy than following your passion and creating music.  The series also features Saffron Burrows, Malcolm McDowell, Bernadette Peters and Hannah Dunne.

Event Details

5:30 pm - Cocktail Reception

6:15 pm - Award Presentation and Dinner

8:00 pm - Performance

 

Cocktail Attire

Performance Details

The Singing Heart

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Louis Langrée, conductor

Kit Armstrong, piano*

Young People’s Chorus of New York City*

Francisco J. Núñez, artistic director*

Concert Chorale of New York

James Bagwell, choral director

 

Mozart: Kyrie

Mozart: Symphony No. 35 in D major ("Haffner")

Traditional and indigenous songs

Beethoven: Fantasia for Piano, Chorus, and Orchestra ("Choral Fantasy")

 

*Mostly Mozart debut

Deductibility

All but $300 per ticket is tax-deductible.  Contributions are fully-deductible. 

Tables & Tickets

  • Leadership Table $100,000

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    Ten (10) tickets for dinner and performance in a VIP location; recognition during remarks; listing in the gala program, Lincoln Center Playbills and Annual Report

  • Partner Table $50,000

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    Ten (10) tickets for dinner and performance in a PRIME location; listing in the gala program, Lincoln Center Playbills and Annual Report

  • Benefactor Table $25,000

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    Ten (10) tickets for dinner and performance in a PREFERRED location; listing in the gala program, Lincoln Center Playbills and Annual Report

  • Friend Ticket $2,500

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    Ticket for dinner and performance; listing in the gala program, Lincoln Center Playbills and Annual Report

  • Contribution  

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    I/We cannot attend, but would like to make a contribution to the gala.

Questions

Contact Lily Lovinger at 212.875.5433 or [email protected]

Venue and Accessibility

David Geffen Hall

10 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

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