Mozart at Noon in June
Wake Forest, N.C. (Vocus) June 2, 2010
WCPE Music Director William Woltz announces the series “Mozart at Noon in June”. Listen for a new Mozart composition every day in June during the Classical Lunch program. The performances will be a selection of piano concerti, symphonies, violin sonatas, divertimenti and more.
“The Tranquil Tune at Noon is on vacation,” says Woltz. “We'll share a wide range of works by Mozart.”
“Enjoy a WCPE summer tradition,” he continues. “It echoes Antonín Dvorak's assessment: ‘Mozart is sweet sunshine!’.”
Highlights of the series will be:
1 Tuesday Piano Concerto no. 17 in G;
4 Friday Violin Sonata in E-flat, K. 302;
15 Tuesday Violin Concerto no. 5 (Turkish);
23 Wednesday Clarinet Concerto in A;
27 Sunday Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.
The day’s schedule can be accessed under Quick Links at Today’s Music at http://theclassicalstation.org/index.shtml.
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