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July 2016
$12 - $29

Side Note

Wed, July 13 at 2:30 PM

Hip. Imaginative. Fun. Fresh. Funky Fresh. Side Note is a group of seven twentysomethings, from wildly different musical backgrounds, who draw their diversity to create an all-new sound. It’s contemporary a cappella – pushed to the limits of pop, R&B, funk, rock, musical theater and jazz. Get ready for some buzzin’ beats, rockin’ riffs and hot harmonies as Side Note delivers a show unlike nearly anything else in vocal music!

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$12 - $39

Stray Birds

Wed, July 13 at 7:30 PM

Hailing from Pennsylvania and flying high since the 2012 release of their critically acclaimed self-titled album, The Stray Birds is a genre-melding acoustic trio of classically trained musicians who have been making music of all kinds since childhood. The band – multi-instrumentalists and vocalists Maya de Vitry, Oliver Craven and Charlie Muench – has received rave reviews at the 2014 Celtic Connections Festival in Scotland, following that appearance with a number of sold-out concerts in England and Ireland. Crowding around…

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Piano Series: Robert Henry

Thu, July 14 at 2:30 PM

Enjoy the fascinating programming and gorgeous pianism of this charming young pianist from Georgia. In addition to Haydn and Brahms, you will hear a rarely heard work by Lili Boulanger, sister of the great French pedagogue, Nadia Boulanger, who was a major figure in twentieth century music. Both women studied with Faure before Lili’s early death in 1918. The Helps “Portrait” will be a touching reminder of Robert Helps’ own appearance in the Festival Piano Series in 1997. A significant …

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Alex DeGrassi/Andrew York Duo; Badi Assad

Thu, July 14 at 7:30 PM

Alex de Grassi and Grammy award winner Andrew York are widely acclaimed as leading innovators and virtuosos of acoustic and classical guitar; the duo combine their distinctive compositions, arrangements, and technical mastery to deliver an astonishingly diverse program of music. Assad is a vibrant and exciting singer/guitarist from Brazil who transcends traditional styles with her unique mixture of pop, jazz and ethnic sounds from around the world. De Grassi’s long-running Summer Intensive Guitar Workshop, held here on the coast, runs concurrently…

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Clairdee, Soulful Songstress

Fri, July 15 at 2:30 PM

This woman can do it all,” is how the Los Angeles Daily News describes Clairdee. With her lustrous voice, soulful delivery, and scene-stealing charisma, she has honed a repertoire of standards set to state of the art arrangements that are equally smart and entertaining. Pianist Ken French has been performing jazz piano professionally for nearly two decades on the San Francisco scene and as far afield as Japan and the Atlantic seaboard.

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Opera: Abduction from the Seraglio

Fri, July 15 at 7:30 PM

Mozart’s first operatic masterpiece, comic but passionate, written in the fervor of love for his soon-to-be wife, Konstanze.  Full of spectacular arias and charming “Turkish” orchestral effects. Our scene opens with Mozart, age 25, living in Vienna, newly released from bondage to the Archbishop of Salzburg, and perhaps best of all, living in Madam Weber’s household, where her daughter, Konstanze, peers speculatively at this young and famous musician. How best to make his name in Vienna, home to the Prussian…

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Piano Series: Christopher Atzinger

Sat, July 16 at 2:30 PM

Praised for his interpretive vision and power, Atzinger’s program includes his signature performance of the monumental Barber Sonata.  Mozart Piano Sonata No. 17 in B flat Major, K. 570; Brahms Sechs Klavierstücke, Op. 118; Pierre Jalbert Toccata; Chopin Fantasie in F minor, Op. 49; Barber Sonata for Piano, Op. 26.

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$12 - $53

Festival Big Band, featuring Clairdee

Sat, July 16 at 7:30 PM

This woman can do it all!” –Los Angeles Daily News With her lustrous voice, soulful delivery, and scene-stealing charisma, Clairdee has honed a repertoire of standards set to state of the art arrangements that are equally smart and entertaining. Pianist Ken French has been performing jazz piano professionally for nearly two decades on the San Francisco scene and as far afield as Japan and the Atlantic seaboard.

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All About Beethoven

Sun, July 17 at 2:30 PM

A witty and penetrating multi media lecture by Susan Waterfall, providing an overview of Beethoven’s life, music, family, friends, patrons, fellow musicians, Napoleon, the Viennese cultural milieu, and the ongoing controversy about the immortal beloved.

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.

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Nora Jane Struthers and the Party Line

Sun, July 17 at 7:30 PM

American singer/songwriter Nora Jane Struthers, a former Brooklyn high school English teacher, grew up singing and playing music with her father, a bluegrass musician. Making a major life and career change during a visit to the Telluride Bluegrass Festival in the early 2000’s, she made the decision to move to Nashville and went on to win the 2008 Telluride band competition with her first solo-fronted group, the Bootleggers. Described as “quietly brilliant” by NPR, Struthers formed The Party Line in…

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Young Beethoven (1792-1802)

Mon, July 18 at 2:30 PM

Arriving in Vienna from Bonn, the socially awkward Beethoven strives to attain the stature of Haydn and Mozart, mastering all genres before his hearing loss becomes pronounced.

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. For this concert Waterfall is joined by Eric Kritz, Burke Schuchmann, David McCarroll, Miles Graber, and the Festival Chamber Players.

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Beethoven: The Heroic Period (1802-1812)

Tue, July 19 at 2:30 PM

Accepting his deafness and physical infirmities, Beethoven vows to “seize Fate by the throat” and pursue his artistic goals.

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. For this concert Waterfall is joined by Keisuke Nakagoshi, Alex Boyer, Angela Moser, and Carolyn Steinbuck.

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Jack Broadbent, Liz Vice: Double Bill

Tue, July 19 at 7:30 PM

Jack Broadbent started his career with humble beginnings busking, and has since been leaving audiences spellbound with his live shows and unique style of slide guitar. Raised in rural England and with a musician father, Jack was brought up on a diet of music that could later be described as his main influences, including acts such as John Lee Hooker, Peter Green, Jimi Hendrix, Robert Johnson and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. With feet planted firmly in an authentic blues…

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Festival Orchestra 2, featuring David McCarroll

Wed, July 20 at 7:30 PM

Violin virtuoso David McCarroll returns to dazzle Festival audiences with his rapturous, yet tender, interpretation of Beethoven’s great Violin Concerto. The Festival Orchestra also performs Beethoven’s majestic Eroica Symphony, full of drama and pathos. Two defining symphonic masterpieces from Beethoven’s Heroic Period, and a soloist of international repute.

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.

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Late Beethoven (1813-1827)

Thu, July 21 at 2:30 PM

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

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. For this concert she is joined by Brian Thorsett, Miles Graber, Tammie Dyar, Tingting Gu, Alexander Volonts, and Burke Schuchmann.

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Julian Pollack, featuring Sveti and ROSA

Thu, July 21 at 7:30 PM

An exciting and many faceted evening inspired by traditional Serbian folk music. Enjoy Julian with drummer Marko Djordjevic’s band, Sveti, and their amazing compositions based on Serbian folk rhythms. The international women’s vocal group ROSA, specializing in Serbian non-tempered singing, will round out a complex and riveting musical evening! Sveti is a group of absolutely monster musicians.” – Phil DiPietro, Allaboutjazz ROSA CGA PROMO 2-HD from Marija Stojnic on Vimeo.

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Emerging Artists Concert

Fri, July 22 at 4:00 PM

This is the annual, much anticipated recital by the outrageously excellent young string players from the festival’s Emerging Artists Program.

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BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet

Fri, July 22 at 7:30 PM

Since forming in 1975, Grammy winners BeauSoleil have claimed their undisputed role as the most esteemed Cajun group in music. BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet take the rich Cajun traditions of Louisiana and artfully blend elements of Zydeco, New Orleans jazz, Tex-Mex, country, blues and more into a satisfying musical recipe. From The Grand Ole Opry to Newport Folk, from concert hall to dance floor, the music of BeauSoleil continues to captivate audiences the world over.

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Gwyneth Moreland and Friends

Sat, July 23 at 2:30 PM

Gwyneth Moreland’s gift for open-hearted storytelling is perfectly suited to the modern art of folk music. No wonder, then, that “Slaughterhouse Gulch,” the first single from her latest album, landed her on the Folk Airplay charts. Gwyneth’s songs flow with a graceful simplicity infused with the ambience of her home perched in the majestic redwoods and fog of the Mendocino Coast. Gwyneth’s unique and captivating songs and voice have created devoted fans across the U.S. and, with her latest album,…

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Festival Orchestra 3, featuring the Festival Chorus

Sat, July 23 at 7:30 PM

The season closes with Bach’s moving and magnificent Mass in B minor, a sublime choral experience with orchestra, chorus. The Mass in B minor shows Bach at the height of his powers, expressing the grandeur of heartfelt spiritual expression as no one else has ever been able to do.  Nothing can compare to the glory of a great chorus and orchestra to soothe the soul and comfort the weary along the mysterious journey of life. Ticket includes 6:30 PM pre-concert…

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July 2017
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Calder Quartet

July 8 at 2:00 PM

Back for a fifth year of insightful and moving playing, the Calder will perform the Mendelssohn String Quartet No. 2 in A minor, Op.13; and the Beethoven String Quartet No. 15 in A minor, Op. 132.

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The House Jacks

July 8 at 7:30 PM

Describing themselves as a “rock band without instruments,” The House Jacks have been leaders in the contemporary a cappella world for 25 years. Their arrangements were used for the smash hit movie Pitch Perfect and their music has been the soundtrack for NBC’s The Sing-Off and ESPN’s Monday Night Football. Primarily performing original music, The House Jacks have transcended simple “band” categorization and are now a thriving institution, always featuring some of the best vocalists in the world.

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The House Jacks Workshop

July 9 at 11:00 AM

Watch the House Jacks singers work their magic on several local a cappella groups.

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Side Note

July 9 at 2:00 PM

Hip. Imaginative. Fun. Funky. Fresh. Side Note is a group of seven twenty-somethings, each from a wildly different musical background, who draw on their diversity to create an all-new sound. Performing everything from classic 60s hits to mashups of the latest chart toppers, it’s contemporary a cappella pushed to the limits of pop, R&B, funk, rock, musical theater and jazz. Get ready for some hot harmonies as Side Note delivers a show unlike nearly anything else in vocal music.

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Festival Orchestra 1, featuring Jeremy Cohen

July 9 at 6:00 PM

The season opens with the exotic rhythms and sinuous melodies of Gershwin’s Cuban Overture; Piazzolla’s Four Seasons of Buenos Aires; and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Sheherazade.

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In Bocca al Lupo

July 10 at 2:30 PM

A concert of medieval and Renaissance music. Featuring Shira Kammen, Allison Zelles Lloyd, Peter Hallifax and Julie Jeffrey. Shira has spent well over half her life exploring the worlds of early and traditional music. A member for many years of Ensembles Alcatraz and Project Ars Nova, she has also worked with Sequentia, Hesperion XX, Kitka and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Shira, playing vielle, medieval harp and violin, will be joined by Allison Zelles Lloyd, medieval harp, and Peter Hallifax and…

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Laurie Lewis, Rita Hosking

July 10 at 7:30 PM

A key figure in bluegrass, traditional and folk music circles, Berkeley’s Laurie Lewis has established herself as one of the finest and most diverse talents in music today. A winner of the International Bluegrass Music Association award for Female Vocalist of the Year, multiple times and a Grammy winner for her contribution to True Life Blues: the Songs of Bill Monroe, it doesn’t get much better than Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands. Northern California’s own Rita Hosking is a…

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Stenberg/Cahill/Winant Trio Celebrates Lou Harrison

July 11 at 2:30 PM

In celebration of maverick composer Lou Harrison’s 2017 centennial, violinist Kate Stenberg, pianist Sarah Cahill, and percussionist William Winant will perform a concert of Harrison’s music spanning half a century – exuberant dance music from his early years, dissonant complexity from the 1940s, and substantial works from the 1980s. Their program will include Harrison’s Varied Trio, Grand Duo, A Summerfield Set, Largo Ostinato, Tandy’s Tango, Jig and Range-Song, Changing Moment, and Dance for Lisa Karon.

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Kathleen Grace

July 12 at 2:30 PM

“Smart, alluring and evocative” (Washington Post), Kathleen Grace has traveled the world sharing her country, folk and jazz inspired music with audiences from New York to Peru. Her latest release, No Place to Fall, presents Grace’s dynamic original songs alongside revelatory covers of artists as diverse as Duke Ellington, Tom Waits, Townes Van Zandt and The Meat Puppets. Grace’s trademark pure sound and deep lyrical connection infuse every moment of the album, from her deliciously honky-tonk interpretations of standards, to her own original music. The LA Times…

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Pine Leaf Boys

July 12 at 7:30 PM

Four-time Grammy-nominated, the world-renowned Pine Leaf Boys have made a name presenting their own inimitable brand of music with youthful exuberance, reviving ancient songs and bringing them to the bandstand. Hailing from southwest Louisiana, they are known for their wild shows, thoughtful arrangements, and breathing new life into Louisiana music. The best new, energetic, and fun Cajun band in a very long time. New York Times

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Piano Series: John Novacek

July 13 at 2:30 PM

“A commanding presence at the keyboard” and an accomplished composer, John Novacek will perform the Beethoven Sonata No. 6 in F Major, Op. 10, No. 2; Schumann Carnaval, Op. 9; Shostakovich Preludes and Fugues, Op. 87, No. 1 in C Major & No. 15 in D-flat Major; Ginastera Danzas Argentinas, Op. 2; and Novacek 3 Concert Rags.

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Band of Heathens

July 13 at 7:30 PM

The term “Americana” was practically invented to describe the Band of Heathens’ sound, rich with lyrical content and supported by soaring guitar work and a rock-solid rhythm section. Hailing from Austin, Texas, and together ten years, the group fuses Lone Star blues, rock, and soul sounds with influences from Southern boogie-woogie, stoned soul, heartland country-rock and all points in between.

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Zoe Ellis with Maya Kronfeld, piano

July 14 at 2:30 PM

Zoe Ellis’s dramatic and colorful voice is well known to music fans in the Bay Area and beyond. Described by reviewers as “a resourceful and inventive vocalist,” she sang for many years with the Bay Area funk band, the Mo’Fessionals. A dynamic performer, Ellis’s credits include live performances with the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, Donald Byrd, Phil Lesh and Friends, ZADELL music co-lead with her big brother Dave Ellis, SoVoSo, Slammin All-Body Band, Darryl Anders AgapeSoul, and as the leader…

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Opera: Don Pasquale

July 14 at 7:30 PM

Guest conductor Jason Sherbundy Stage director Ann Woodhead Donizetti’s effervescent opera is generally regarded as one of the greatest comic operas and a melodic masterpiece. A young couple in love schemes to thwart the plans of an old buffoon who wants to marry the girl himself. Ticket includes 6:30 PM pre-concert lecture by Jason Sherbundy and Ann Woodhead.

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ZOFO Duet

July 15 at 2:30 PM

When you sit two acclaimed soloists at one piano, “you get something energetic and electrifying… out of this world.”  Eva-Maria Zimmerman and Keisuke Nakagoshi have electrified audiences from Carnegie Hall to Tokyo with their dazzling artistry and outside-the-box thematic programming for piano-four-hands, blazing a bold new path for four-hands groups by focusing on 20th and 21st century repertoire and by commissioning new works from noted composers each year. “…jaw-dropping awesome!” San Francisco Examiner “…dazzling…” Los Angeles Times “ZOFO’s feisty performances…

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Alex de Grassi with Andrew York

July 15 at 2:30 PM

Fingerstyle guitar master Alex de Grassi and Grammy Award-winning classical guitarist Andrew York will perform solo and duo, and will also be joined by members of the Mendocino Summer Guitar Workshop in the premier of a composition for guitar orchestra.

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$12 - $55

Festival Big Band, featuring Kim Nalley

July 15 at 7:30 PM

Kim Nalley has pipes to burn, packing a 3½ octave range that can go from operatic to gritty blues on a dime, projection that can whisper a ballad yet is capable of filling a room with no microphone. She has been compared to all the greats, but in the end, it’s Kim Nalley and no one else—an unforced instrument with clarity and jazzy musicality, effortlessly delivered, and a sense of humor to boot.

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Understanding Schubert: Multimedia Lecture

July 16 at 2:30 PM

In Susan Waterfall’s multi-media exploration of Franz Schubert’s life, you will learn how the Vienna of Mozart and Beethoven changed with an increasingly large, restricted and regimented urban middle class. Schubert’s potent settings of Romantic lyric poetry thrived in bourgeois settings where there was a growing need for personal emotional outlet. The inwardness and subjectivity of Schubert’s music mirrored the search for meaning and belonging in an alienating world where nature was increasingly seen as the only solace. Tenor Brian…

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Kanekoa, Joan Soriano: Double Bill

July 16 at 7:30 PM

Born in the rural countryside near Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, Joan Soriano fashioned his first guitar from a tin can and fishing line and has never looked back. Soriano plays steel string bachata with equal parts romance and grit. The Afro-infused rhythm that permeates his music has made him a favorite among dancers. This engagement of Joan Soriano is funded through Southern Exposure: Performing Arts of Latin America, a program of Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation in partnership with…

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Joan Soriano Workshop

July 17 at 10:00 AM

Be inspired by Joan Soriano’s work with local middle and high school students who have been participating in the Lead Guitar program.

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Schubert Chamber Music 1

July 17 at 2:30 PM

Susan Waterfall will play Moments Musicaux and discuss the significance of Schubert’s “character pieces,” which, like lieder, suited the Romantic goals of intimacy and fantasy. Schubert’s exceptional ability to portray women in lieder will be demonstrated by soprano Julie Kierstine and pianist Daniel Lockert. The Octet, modeled on Beethoven’s popular Septet, is unusually outgoing, but its gaiety is outlined with Schubertian shadows. The Octet will be performed by the Festival Chamber Players. Festival Chamber Players: Jay Zhong, violin Tammie Dyer,…

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Schubert Chamber Music 2

July 18 at 2:30 PM

The most domestic of all genres, the four-hand piano piece, attained its pinnacle with Schubert’s Fantasy in F minor, written in the last year of Schubert’s life.  It will be performed by Julian Waterfall Pollack and Susan Waterfall.  The String Quintet in C Major for quartet and an additional cello is a work of supreme inspiration and craft, an expression of Schubert’s love of life as he faced his early death. Festival Chamber Players: Jay Zhong, violin Tammie Dyer, violin…

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Richie Goods and Nuclear Fusion

July 18 at 7:30 PM

Bassist Richie Goods, the youngest person ever inducted into the Pittsburgh Jazz Hall of Fame, has toured with a variety of jazz and popular artists including the Headhunters, Lenny White, and Whitney Houston, among others. Goods’ lengthy discography also includes Grammy award-winning and platinum albums of Alicia Keys and Common. Together with his fusion/funk band Nuclear Fusion, they ignite the stage and excite the audience in one beautiful chain reaction. One of the most sought after Jazz and R &…

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Babaghanoush

July 19 at 2:30 PM

Guitarist Dimitris Mahlis, drummer Ralph Humphrey, bassist Jerry Watts and saxophonist Antti Suzuki bring life to the multi ethnic compositions of Mahlis. Mahlis’s playing style has been described as soulful and unique, and his compositions have set a standard in cross-cultural pollination. Suzuki’s improvisational talents have been showcased over a varied musical landscape. Humphrey’s brilliant way with multiple meters, along with Watts’ unique approach to non-western genres, creates a rhythm section that explores musical territory with ease.

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Festival Orchestra 2

July 19 at 7:30 PM

Our inquiry into Schubert concludes with one of his most deeply felt orchestral works, the Symphony No. 8 in B minor (Unfinished); Richard Strauss’ Burleske in D minor for piano and orchestra features dazzling keyboard work; and Brahms’ Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68 closes the concert with “a grand melody in a major key.” Ticket includes 6:30 PM pre-concert lecture by Kayleen Asbo, Ph. D.

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Julian Pollack and J3P0

July 20 at 7:30 PM

Julian Pollack brings his project and band J3P0 to the Festival stage this summer. Pollack will be joined by Cale Hawkins, Justin Golder and Adam Jackson. These jazz musicians explore popular songs from the later part of the 20th century as well as originals, through the lens of talk box vocals and jazz harmony, with a nod to contemporary music production. Experience the latest New York neo-fusion—jazz, funk and soul—in kaleidoscopic arrangements using laptops, synthesizers, and the Talkbox. “I remember…

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Emerging Artists Concert

July 21 at 4:00 PM

The annual and much anticipated recital by the enormously talented young string players from the Festival’s Emerging Artists Program is one of the season’s highlights.

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San Jose Taiko

July 21 at 7:30 PM

Acknowledged as one of the premier taiko ensembles in the world, San Jose Taiko has mesmerized audiences and critics alike with the powerful, spellbinding and propulsive sounds of taiko, the Japanese drum.  Founded in 1973 by young Asian Americans searching to convey their experiences as third generation Japanese Americans, and inspired by traditional Japanese drumming, company performers express the beauty and harmony of the human spirit through the voice of the taiko as they strive to create new dimensions in…

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Piano Series: Molly Morkoski

July 22 at 2:30 PM

With a “refined kind of virtuosity,” Molly Morkoski will perform Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor, Op. 27, No. 2 (Moonlight); John Adams’ Phrygian Gates; and Chopin’s Ballade No. 4 in F minor, Op. 52. “…a refined kind of virtuosity.” Allan Kozinn for the NY Times “Outstanding!” Richard Dyer for the Boston Globe “Exhilarating!” Leslie Kandell for American Record Guide

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Festival Orchestra 3, featuring the Festival Chorus

July 22 at 7:30 PM

The season closes with Verdi’s dramatic Requiem, a “mass written by an agnostic opera composer in memory of a dear friend and public hero.” Four soloists and the Festival Chorus will sing the monumental work. Julie Kierstine, soprano Donna Olson, mezzo soprano Alex Boyer, tenor Phil Meyer, bass Ticket includes 6:30 PM pre-concert lecture.

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