Lincoln Center Offers Free Tickets to Final Mostly Mozart Concert

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Lincoln Center is tempting listeners to come hear the final concert in this year's Mostly Mozart Festival by offering two free tickets for the August 26 event to anyone who purchases two or more tickets to any program in the "Voices and Visionaries" festival this fall.

"Voices and Visionaries," which opens Lincoln Center's 2006-07 Great Performers series, runs from October 7 through November 18. Highlights include Bernard Haitink conducting the London Symphony in a complete Beethoven symphony cycle, the Los Angeles Master Chorale in an all-Steve Reich program including the New York premiere of You Are (Variations), Andršs Schiff and his Cappella Andrea Barca playing Mozart, Valery Gergiev and the Kirov Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theater performing six Shostakovich symphonies, a 10-program series titled "Glenn Gould on Film," and a revival of the Steve Reich/Beryl Korot Video opera The Cave.

The August 26 program is Mozart's final three symphonies, Nos. 39, 40 and 41 ("Jupiter"). Louis Langr_e conducts the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra.

Patrons who want the free tickets to the August 26 Mostly Mozart concert should mention the code "V V 06" when purchasing tickets for the fall series either at the Avery Fisher Hall Box Office at Lincoln Center or by telephone with CenterCharge at 1-212-721-6500. (This offer is subject to availability and is NOT available via the Lincoln Center website.) To take advantage of this offer, tickets must be purchased today before midnight.


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