South Carolina Philharmonic Masterworks III: Mostly Mozart

Mozart_100It’s back to the South Carolina Philharmonic for another recent concert from their 2011-2012 Masterworks series. After a genteel suite of Masques and Bergamasques from Gabriel Fauré, it’s a “Mostly Mozart” program featuring showpieces for clarinetist Doug Graham and pianists Vanessa Meiling and Bolton Ellenberg, plus Mozart’s masterful “Jupiter” Symphony.
Listen to the entire program: South Carolina Philharmonic Masterworks III - Mostly Mozart



Billboard and Introduction to Faure's "Masques et Bergamasques" - Lauren Rico



GABRIEL FAURE: Masques et Bergamasques
South Carolina Philharmonic
Morihiko Nakahara, Music Director and Conductor



Introduction to Mozart Clarinet Concerto - Lauren Rico



W.A. MOZART: Clarinet Concerto in A Major
Doug Graham, clarinet
South Carolina Philharmonic
Morihiko Nakahara, Music Director and Conductor



Introduction to Mozart Concerto for Two Pianos - Lauren Rico



W.A. MOZART: Concerto No. 10 for 2 Pianos in E-flat Major
Vanessa Meiling Haynes and Bolton Ellenberg, pianos
South Carolina Philharmonic
Morihiko Nakahara, Music Director and Conductor



Introduction to Mozart's Jupiter Symphony - Lauren Rico



W.A. MOZART: Symphony No. 41 in C Major "Jupiter"
South Carolina Philharmonic
Morihiko Nakahara, Music Director and Conductor



Introduction to Scarlatti Sonatas - Lauren Rico



DOMENICO SCARLATTI: Three Sonatas (D Major, D Major, F Major)
Dmitri Levkovich, piano



Introduction to Brahms and Ravel Piano Duets - Lauren Rico



JOHANNES BRAHMS: Hungarian Dance No. 2 in D
MAURICE RAVEL: La Valse (arr. for 2 pianos)

Angela Cheng and Alvin Chow, pianos



End of show - Lauren Rico