Midday Mozart: Symphony No. 31

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

“I hope that even these idiots will find something in it to like.” That’s what Mozart said of his French audience regarding his Symphony No. 31. He’d written the work with French taste in mind by keeping the work to just three movements with lots of orchestral color and a thrilling opening. The symphony is a crowd-pleaser beyond Paris. Join us for Mozart’s “Paris” Symphony.

Air Date: 
Thursday, April 9, 2015 - 12:00pm