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The Music Division has supported and facilitated many performances of Mozart's music as well as scholarship focused on it. These materials have been shared and made available on the Library's website as part of the Event Videos Collection. Many of these lectures, interviews, and concerts include music for which the Music Division holds Mozart's manuscript scores or sketches. See the "Music Manuscripts" section of this research guide.
Music Division staff have both presented and facilitated lectures on Mozart and his music. These lectures have been shared and made available on the Library's website as part of the Event Videos Collection. Some of these lectures are linked below.
David Plylar discusses the piano trios by Mozart, Shostakovich and Dvořák, in a lecture given before a performance of the works by the Tetzlaff-Tetzlaff-Vogt Trio at the Library of Congress. Specific works discussed include Mozart's B-flat major piano trio, K.502, Shostakovich's second piano trio in E minor, op. 67, and Dvořák's third piano trio in F minor, op. 65. (Event date: May 4, 2019)
Often as part of the yearly concert series, Music Division staff have interviewed performers of Mozart's music. These events have been shared and made available on the Library's website as part of the Event Videos Collection. Some of these interviews are linked below.
A pre-concert conversation with the St. Lawrence String Quartet before their October 24, 2014, concert, in which they performed Mozart's String Quintet in G minor, KV 516. (Event date: October 24, 2014)
Many concerts presented as part of "Concerts from the Library of Congress" include Mozart's music. These concerts have been shared and made available on the Library's website as part of the Concerts from the Library of Congress Collection. Some of these concerts are linked below.
In the first of two concerts prepared for the Library of Congress, the MET Orchestra Musicians presents a varied program of chamber music, including Mozart's Serenade No. 10 for winds in B-flat major [Gran Partita], K. 361/370a. (Event date: June 4, 2021)