The Temple Square Concert Series, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the death of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, will present 27 Mozart piano concertos in nine concerts between March and November.

Mounted in collaboration with Brigham Young University, the University of Utah, Weber State University and the Gina Bachauer International Piano Foundation, the survey will feature artists from those institutions performing with the BYU Chamber Orchestra and Temple Square's own Summer Chamber Orchestra.The first concert will be presented Saturday, March 30, in the Temple Square Assembly Hall. David Dalton will conduct a program that will include the Concertos No. 16, 21 and 22, with Colette Call, Monte Caldwell and Janae Codner as soloists.

Additional concerts will take place April 19, May 24, June 15, July 12, Aug. 3, Sept. 21, Oct. 19 and Nov. 16, conducted by Joel Rosenberg, Michael A. Pulumbo, Kirk Muspratt, Myer Fredman, Bryce Rytting, Terence Kern, Robert Debbaut and Clyn Barrus respectively.

Soloists will include Jed Moss, Kimberly Crosby, Mira Gill, Melanie Massey, Jennie Watson, Lenora Neal, Bonnie Gritton, Susan Duehlmeier, Del Parkinson, Jeff Manookian, Marjorie Janove, James Margetts, Dustin Gledhill, Janet Mann, Jeffrey Shumway and, in the K. 365 Concerto for Two Pianos, the mother-daughter team of Irene and Christie Peery.

Starting time for each is 7:30 p.m., with admission free but limited to those 8 and older.