Mozart’s Mass in C Minor at Carnegie Hall, Sat., May 13

You may already have a ticket to our concert of Mozart’s Mass in C minor – the Robert Levin completion. Or maybe you are still on the fence about coming. In either case, our maestro John Daly Goodwin has recorded an interview that may answer some questions you have about the concert. Hopefully it may spark some interest for you as well; interest in Mozart, this piece of music, Carnegie Hall, and even our chorus.

Below are web links to download a few of these interview clips. If you have difficulty with this downloading service, see the downloading directions at the end of this post.

There are still tickets available to our concert on Saturday May 13th – 8pm – at Carnegie Hall! Visit the Carnegie Hall box office or website.

On the Mozart Mass in C minor

On the Robert Levin completion

On this concert’s performers and Carnegie Hall

And finally, Jack Goodwin’s “Top Five Reasons to come to our concert”

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1. Click on the link of the file you would like to download. A new webpage should open.

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Click on this link and a box should pop up asking you to save to a location on your computer.

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3. Save to a location you can find later on, such as your desktop or Music Folder

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4. These small mp3 files can be played on free music players such as iTunes, Windows Media Player, Winamp, etc

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– SendSpace is a free service. Because of this, sometimes all the download slots are full and it will say Try Again Later. You DO NOT need to upgrade to SendspaceMAX. Simply try again at another time (evening or weekend)\n

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– SendSpace does not transfer viruses or malware. These files are clean and will not infect your computer.

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– Questions can be directed to John at jpdennison@gmail.com

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