April 5–7, 2025

Mozart's Jupiter Symphony

Experience the ways Mozart scaled new heights in the striking drama and heavenly bliss of his final Symphony, the “Jupiter” – while looking back to the youthful genius of his first symphony. And British pianist Sir Stephen Hough takes up the mantle of composer and soloist, applying his signature warmth and superhuman virtuosity to a new concerto that evokes the world of prewar Vienna.


Mozart: Symphony No. 1  
Sir Stephen Hough: Piano Concerto The World of Yesterday
Mozart: Symphony No. 41, Jupiter


David Danzmayr, Conductor
Sir Stephen Hough, Piano

This concert is part of Classical Series C and is eligible for the Choose Your Own Series.


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  • SAT, APR 5, 2025, 7:30 PM
  • SUN, APR 6, 2025, 2:00 PM
  • MON, APR 7, 2025, 7:30 PM

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