Mozart festival set

The 2009 Mainly Mozart Festival will feature music by four Russian composers, a rarely performed sinfonia by the father of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the St. Petersburg Quartet and the West Coast premiere of music commissioned film composer John Williams.

The festival will take place June 6 through 20 at the Balboa Theater, 868 Fourth Ave.
Subscriptions to the 2009 Mainly Mozart Festival are $121-$510 for all 10 concerts; $90-$380 for six concerts; and $60-$225 for four. Single tickets are $10-$85.

For more information and for the full schedule, visit or call (619) 239-0100.

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