From Lincoln Center: Mostly Mozart- Mark Morris Dance Group

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Mark Morris Dance Group
Mark Morris, choreographer
I Don’t Want to Love

Monteverdi: Madrigals
Jolle Greenleaf, Brian Giebler, James Kennerley, Thomas Meglioranza, vocalists
Colin Fowler, harpsichord
Hank Heijink, theorbo
Daniel Swenberg, lute/guitar
John Moran, cello

Love Song Waltzes

Brahms: Liebeslieder-Walzer
Jennifer Zetlan, Luthien Brackett, Thomas Cooley, Thomas Meglioranza, vocalists
Colin Fowler, Amir Farid, piano

The Trout (World premiere)
Schubert: Piano Quintet in A major (“Trout”)
Inon Barnatan, piano
Ariel Quartet (Mostly Mozart Festival debut)
Timothy Cobb, bass

August 9–12, 2018 Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall

Pre-performance talk with Mark Morris and Benjamin D. Sosland on Friday, August 10 at 6:15 pm in the Agnes Varis and Karl Leichtman Studio
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Thursday, August 9, 2018 at 7:30 pm
Friday, August 10, 2018 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, August 11, 2018 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, August 12, 2018 at 5:00 pm

Tickets- See the full article as there is no simple tickets link, but a link for each performance.


“Indisputably the most musical choreographer alive” (New York Times), Mark Morris illuminates music by Monteverdi, Brahms, and Schubert with his kinetic, witty, poetic dancemaking. The program opens with two dances that reveal the intricacies of romantic love—1989’s buoyant Love Song Waltzes set to Brahms’s Liebeslieder-Walzer for voice and piano four hands, and 1996’s I Don’t Want to Love, a revelatory exploration of some of Monteverdi’s most lovelorn madrigals. The performance culminates with a highly anticipated world premiere that brings new life and lift to Schubert’s enchanting chamber-music masterpiece, the “Trout” Quintet.

“Works that are among the peaks of American dance (and thus world dance) and that have taken dance expression where it has not been before.”

New York Times

“The most successful and influential choreographer alive, and indisputably the most musical.”

New York Times

“Morris’ patterns have the power to make you hear the music the way he wants you to, and that is never predictable.”

Los Angeles Times

Performance length: One hour and 50 minutes, including intermission
If purchasing tickets in person: Tickets will be available at the Jazz at Lincoln Center Box Office (Broadway at 60th Street, Ground Floor) two weeks prior to the performance. You may purchase tickets now at the Alice Tully Hall and David Geffen Hall Box Offices (Broadway at 65th Street).

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