McGill Plays Mozart

Dame Jane Glover, conductor


Overture to Lucio Silla, K. 135

Concerto for Clarinet in A Major, K. 622

Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550


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Mozart scholar Dame Jane Glover joins forces with Chicago native and New York Philharmonic principal clarinet Anthony McGill for Mozart’s gorgeous Clarinet Concerto. Mozart’s haunting Symphony No. 40 in G Minor and Overture to Lucio Silla, written when he was just 15 years old, complete the program.

Music of the Baroque is thrilled to participate with Project Inclusion for "McGill Plays Mozart." The inspiration of Chicago Sinfonietta founder Paul Freeman, Project Inclusion is a unique development opportunity in the performing arts, aimed at increasing diversity and inclusion, ultimately guiding young professionals toward successful careers in music. Today, Project Inclusion offers multifaceted, professional development fellowships to orchestral and ensemble musicians, conductors, arts administrators, and composers. The Grant Park Music Festival also forged a partnership with Sinfonietta in 2013 to launch its own Project Inclusion program. For the first time, Music of the Baroque is delighted to offer four Project Inclusion fellows the opportunity to work closely with Dame Jane Glover and the ensemble in this important learning and professional performance experience.

For more information about Project Inclusion, visit Chicago Sinfonietta's website.

Sponsor: Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation

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