There is an energy, a magic in live music that is not replicable in recordings. That special, je ne sais quoi is something that we as performers and audience members sorely miss. Music is an expression of the otherwise emotionally inexplicable parts of ourselves- our joys and fears, our introspective and celebratory moments, our sorrow and optimism. I personally can't think of a composer who captures the more positive end of that emotional spectrum than Mozart, so come hear some unbridled musical joy channeled through operatic reed instruments!
Don Giovanni: "Eh via buffone," "Ah taci ingiusto core," "Or sai chi l'honore"
Die Zauberflote: "O zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn," "Bei mannern, welche liebe fuhlen"
Le Nozze di Figaro: "Dove sono," "Sull'aria," "Deh vieni non tardar"
Cosi Fan Tutte: "Come scoglio," "Una bella serenata"