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Schubertiade…And enjoy a discount! The Musical Offering’s subscription package is $100 for all four concerts, including an all-inclusive ticket to our February 8th, 2015 Mozartiade (regularly $50). Subscribers are the backbone of our audience and the heart of our community, and we honor that by offering you our whole season at a price that you would spend for a single concert with our ensemble members within other organizations.

Reserve your place this season by purchasing a subscription below! Your tickets will be available at the will-call desk on October 12th. You may also place your order over the phone by calling 651-523-2459, or visit the box office on concert days. If you attend the first concert and wish to upgrade to a subscription, please send us a message at info@musicaloffering.org and we’ll upgrade your tickets.

From Co-Artistic Directors Susan Billmeyer and Norbert Nielusbowski:

Mozartiade! A chamber music tradition.

Mozartiade! A chamber music tradition.

This season we complete our three-year-long exploration of the music of Vienna from 1780 to 1930 with an engrossing variety of music, including a centerpiece event celebrating the chamber music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

In the spirit of last season’s wonderful Schubertiade, this year we are offering a Mozartiade on February 8: an afternoon of Mozart’s loveliest chamber works, complemented with delicious refreshments. Come for the glorious music and enjoy stimulating conversation and a glass of wine with musicians and audience members during the intermission!

Our Mozartiade will feature several of Mozart’s most loved chamber works, including his Trio for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano (“Kegelstatt”), and his glorious Serenade in C Minor for winds.

This season will also highlight the richness of Hungary’s contribution to the Austro-Hungarian Empire with a concert on October 12 culminating in Brahms’ exquisite Piano Quartet in G Minor featuring its thrilling “Gypsy Rondo,” a breathless Hungarian dance to close the piece. Our December 7 concert includes the delightful Hummel Septet in D Minor, and guest guitarist Christopher Kachian joins us for Matiegka’s Notturno for flute, viola, and guitar. And in our April 26 concert, we welcome spring with two pieces emphasizing wind instruments: Beethoven’s Quintet for Piano and Winds and Nonet by Bohuslav Martinů.

Four Sunday afternoons at 3pm—that’s all it takes to relax, set the busy world aside, and enjoy intimate and soul-stirring music performed with brilliance and flair. Subscribe now so you don’t miss a single concert of this wonderful season!



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