Don Tatzin Community Hall at Lafayette Library
They were a group of composers who took the orchestra and its music to unprecedented heights. Haydn and Mozart gifted posterity with their glorious symphonies, concertos, overtures, and other orchestral works. Then along came Ludwig van Beethoven and nothing would ever again be the same. We’ll find out about these critical figures—along with recently rediscovered creators such as Joseph Bologne—while we exult in their wonderful music.