The Declassified Plays Mozart
Sunday, January 20, 2013
Institute for Advanced Study
The Declassified is a new collective of young classical musicians. They will perform works of Mozart, including a woodwind octet arrangement of The Marriage of Figaro, in anticipation of the PSO’s Classical Series concert A Mozart Interlude.
Owen Dalby, violin
Meena Bhasin, viola
Hamilton Berry, cello
James Austin Smith and ToniMarie Marchioni, oboes
Alicia Lee and Paul Cho, clarinets
Seth Baer and Shelley Monroe Huang, bassoons
Eric Reed and Alma Liebrecht, horns
Often connected to themes explored on Classical Series concerts, the Chamber Series offers sophisticated classical music in an intimate setting. PSO musicians and other top-tier performers present works both traditional and modern. The series is presented free of charge at Wolfensohn Hall, in partnership with the Institute for Advanced Study.
This concert is also performed at Stonebridge at Montgomery (Sunday, January 20 at 2 pm), Monroe Township Library (Monday, January 21 at 1 pm), and Princeton Windrows (Monday, January 21 at 4 pm).
Tickets for the PSO’s Sunday afternoon Chamber Series at the Institute for Advanced Study’s Wolfensohn Hall are free by reservation. PSO subscribers may reserve seats at any time; reservations are open to the general public beginning three weeks prior to the concert. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve up to two seats.
Performances at the Monroe Township Library are free and open to the public. If you wish to attend a performance at Stonebridge or Princeton Windrows and are a non-resident, please contact the venue directly.