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Mozart’s Gran Partita

Mozart’s Gran Partita

Jul 25, 2019 @ 8:00 am5:00 pm

St. Paul’s Chapel
Broadway between Fulton & Vesey Streets Lower Manhattan
New York, New York

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Suggested Ages: 2-3 to Adult Friendly, Adult Friendly

Enter the fantasy world of Mozart’s sublime wind serenade with members of the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra—conducted by Louis Langrée—at a free performance in the historic St. Paul’s Chapel.

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See our guide to the Seaport.

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Join an excit­ing after­noon of live ice carv­ing from skilled ice artists. Enjoy every­thing the Win­ter Vil­lage has to offer and help choose the win­ner at the end of the event.

Food available for purchase includes Lit­tle Eva’s sea­son­al menu, with warm drinks and new takes on clas­sic com­fort food like brats, veg­an chili,…

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Eat at an array of yummy…

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