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Stanford production melds Mozart with Mel Brooks

Video productions mashes up 'The Impresario' with songs from 'The Producers'

Stanford University's music department presents "The Impresario-Producers: Mozart Meets Mel Brooks" Feb. 26-March 26. Courtesy Stanford University.

As artists continue to come up with creative ways to keep performances flowing, Stanford University's Department of Music is mashing up the work of two geniuses with very different styles — Wolfgang Mozart and Mel Brooks.

A video production titled "The Impresario-Producers" makes a mash-up of Mozart's "The Impresario" and songs from Brooks' hit Broadway musical "The Producers," performed by Stanford students, faculty, alumni, staff, and community members.

The production will be available for online viewing Feb. 26-March 26 at music.stanford.edu.

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Stanford production melds Mozart with Mel Brooks

Video productions mashes up 'The Impresario' with songs from 'The Producers'

by / Palo Alto Weekly

Uploaded: Thu, Feb 25, 2021, 4:01 pm

As artists continue to come up with creative ways to keep performances flowing, Stanford University's Department of Music is mashing up the work of two geniuses with very different styles — Wolfgang Mozart and Mel Brooks.

A video production titled "The Impresario-Producers" makes a mash-up of Mozart's "The Impresario" and songs from Brooks' hit Broadway musical "The Producers," performed by Stanford students, faculty, alumni, staff, and community members.

The production will be available for online viewing Feb. 26-March 26 at music.stanford.edu.

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