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Thu, July 21 at 2:30 PM

| $12 - $29

After the renunciation of his “immortal beloved,” in social withdrawal and complete deafness, Beethoven forged a final style.

Op. 98 An die ferne Geliebte

Brian Thorsett, tenor
Miles Graber, piano

Piano Sonata Op. 109 in E Major

Susan Waterfall, piano

String Quartet Op. 132 in A minor

Peregine Quartet:

Tammie Dyar, violin
Tingting Gu, violin
Alexander Volonts, viola
Burke Schuchmann, cello

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A Beethoven Tribute (five-part series)

Susan Waterfall S14 200web“From the heart … to the heart”
Join Susan Waterfall and an array of exceptional Festival musicians for five days of lectures and narrated concerts exploring the life and music of Beethoven, the most influential and consistently popular composer in Western music. Beethoven became the defining archetype of the artist and left us with a body of work unsurpassed in its capacity to exalt, reveal and heal the human condition.

Susan Waterfall’s production of the Beethoven Tribute series is generously sponsored by Thomas Safran.

“Waterfall’s productions always present exciting, absorbing playing of great music, but are also rare, distinctive examples of what can be called music education, though they’re more conversational, truly a sharing of perspective, interest, anecdote. There’s a sense of immediacy to her delivery, weaving in and out of the playing, an intimately conceived present awareness of this heritage. It’s something unique that needs to be experienced.” – Ken Bullock, Berkeley Daily Planet

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Date:
Thu, July 21
Time:
2:30 PM
Cost:
$12 - $29
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Organizer

Mendocino Music Festival
Phone:
(707) 937-2044
Email:
info@mendocinomusic.org
Website:
http://www.MendocinoMusic.org

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Generously Sponsored by
Joe Dalton and Andria Richey

Venue

Preston Hall
44867 Main Street
Mendocino, CA 95460
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