By RJ McKay

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia presents Mendelssohn/Brossé/Mozart on May 15 and 16.

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Music conductor Dirk Brossé previews the concert.

“A mixture of works written by composers who lived in various periods of music history. A symphony by Mozart, is symphony number 35, then a violin concerto written by Felix Mendelssohn, then there are actually three contemporary pieces written in the twenty first century.”

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Brossé also dicusses his thought process when putting this concert together.

“I wanted to have a mix with well-known pieces combined with new music. Audience members can hear music that they already know like Mozart and Mendelssohn and then there is a challenging moment where they will hear music that has never been played before.”

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