Mainly Mozart Closes the 33rd Annual All-Star Festival
Announces upcoming show dates for the September 2021 festival
By: Mainly Mozart
The eclectic evening program began with Music Director Maestro Michael Francis conducting Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 24, C minor, K. 491 alongside internationally renowned piano soloist George Li. Then closed out the festival with Beethoven's world-famous Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92.
Maestro Michael Francis led talent from the world's leading orchestras, from members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic to the Boston Symphony Orchestra to four of the "Big Five" American orchestras. With five evening concerts featuring members of prestigious orchestras, this festival presented well-known works, ranging from Mozart to Beethoven to J. Haydn to name a few.
"We are excited to announce that we will be returning in September for the next All-Star Festival," said CEO Nancy Laturno. "We will return to the Del Mar Surf Sports Park starting with a performance commemorating the 20thanniversary of 9/11, with tributes to the first responders, those who had served and those who lost their lives or lost a loved one 20 years ago to the date. The opening night show will be done in collaboration with the National Conflict Resolution Center."
The September Festival program will also be the return of San Diego native, conductor and violinist David Chan of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.
Online purchases for the September shows will begin on Friday, June 25, 2021 on the Mainly Mozart website, which will include the pricing for pods and VIP tables. Seating will be located on the grass area with VIP table seating for four and pod seating for up to four people at the west end of the Del Mar Surf Sports Park, formerly known as the San Diego Polo Fields.
For information on the Mainly Mozart All-Star Orchestra Festival or to purchase tickets, please visit https://www.mainlymozart.org/
About Mainly Mozart
For over 30 years, Mainly Mozart has been home to the largest gathering of Concertmasters and Principal Players in the North America. The famed Mainly Mozart All Star Orchestra boasts top level players from the world's greatest orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Israel Philharmonic and dozens more.