There is nothing quite like Manhattan in the final two months of the year. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve, there are countless events throughout the city on a nearly daily basis, providing residents and tourists with plenty of reasons to get out and enjoy the legendary arts and culture of the Big Apple. Lovers of luxury real estate and fine art and music will have a lot of reasons to be happy through the end of the year, and one big, unique event is set to take place before the end of November. The Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra will be taking center stage at the legendary Alice Tully Hall, which is part of the Lincoln Center, to perform three works – one from Beethoven and two from Mozart. If you cannot get enough classical music, this is the show for you, as Beethoven’s Overture to The Creatures of Prometheus will start the show off, followed by Mozart’s Horn Concerto No. 3 and Symphony No. 41. which is also known as “Jupiter.” Suffice it to say, you will not get many opportunities to see these pieces performed each year, especially not by this particular group. The Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra has been putting on special shows annually for 175 years now, and was actually created by Mozart’s wife and sons after he passed away. For this reason and many more, you should consider getting tickets to this spectacular event. Admission prices range between $75 and $100, depending upon the seats. The event starts at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 30, so get moving on tickets now! More information can be found through the Lincoln Center’s website.