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ECSO in rehearsal - Mozart Piano Concerto No. 19; Eva Virsik, piano
3 May 2016
ECSO prepares for its season finale - Crowning Glory on Saturday, April 30, 8pm at the Garde Arts Center. Tickets are still available online at http://bit.ly/1NR5BmV (tickets.gardearts.org), or you can call 860-444-7373. In this clip, Steinway Artist Eva Virsik plays an excerpt from Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 19, "Little Coronation". This work earned its alternate title when Mozart performed this at Leopold II's coronation in Frankfurt, 1790.

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