The program began with Mozart's "Overture to 'Le Mozze [sic] di Figaro'" (The Marriage of Figaro), followed by the composer's "Concerto No. 27 in B-flat major for Piano and Orchestra," featuring pianist Jeremy Denk.What are those, scare quotes? Strange newspaper style, that.
And how on Earth does the soloist play rubato "throughout" a piano concerto, particularly one of Mozart's, without precipitating a complete train wreck?
Also, this is confusing, also:
No cameras or cell phones are not allowed inside either.WKOWTV.com.
* eta: Aha — Here he is.