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Oregon Mozart Players: Courage (on-demand until 6/14/2021)

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Saturday, May 15, 2021 (PDT) @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Oregon Mozart Players

Online event, Anywhere in the world, WA

Maggie Carter, double bass
Ian Song, violin

Quinn Mason – Princesa de la Luna “Princess of the Moon” (OMP premiere)
Johann Baptist Vanhal (arr. Raynard) – Double Bass Concerto in E-flat major
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Divertimento in F major, K.138/125c “Salzburg Symphony No. 3”
Antonio Vivaldi – Violin Concerto No. 4 in F minor, Op. 8, RV 297 “L’inverno (‘Winter’)”

The fearlessness of youth is celebrated in a program featuring the brilliant talents of four young musicians. After opening with a work by impressive composer, Quinn Mason, just in his 20s but already making waves in the classical music world, two winners of our previous Young Soloist Competition finally get their chance to perform with us after a pandemic intermission, and OMP’s Assistant Conductor, Daniel Cho, concludes his tenure with a performance of one of Mozart’s delightful divertimentos.

The broadcast will take place at 7:30pm Pacific. Available on-demand until June 14, 2021.

How to watch:

  1. Use the “Pay-What-You-Can Access: Courage” form at the bottom of this page to process a one-time secure donation online (Suggested Donation $25; Minimum $5): https://www.oregonmozartplayers.org/courage
  2. Once OMP has received your donation, you will receive a confirmation email that your gift has been processed.
  3. Attendees will receive an email with the link and access code both one day and one hour before the premiere.

Link to donate: https://www.oregonmozartplayers.org/donate

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