Culture Up with University of the Incarnate Word's Mozart Festival

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PHOTO BY BO HUANG
  • Photo by Bo Huang

If you’re only familiar with Mozart’s “Requiem in D Minor,” culture up and attend at least one of these five concerts where some of the 18th-century composer’s most beloved work will be performed by musicians from across Texas. Hosted by the University of the Incarnate Word, the first of two weekends showcases the talents of cellist Douglas Harvey, pianists Toby Blumenthal, Younggun Kim (pictured) and Rick Rowley and Austin’s Artisan String Quartet. $25-$30, 8pm Fri, Jul. 29 & Sat, Jul. 30, 3pm Sun, Jul. 31, University of the Incarnate Word Concert Hall, 4301 Broadway, (210) 829-6000, uiw.edu/mozartfestivalThrough August 6. 

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