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July 2016

$12 – $29

Beethoven: The Heroic Period (1802-1812)

Tue, July 19, 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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$12 – $49

Festival Orchestra 2, featuring David McCarroll 2016

Wed, July 20, 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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$12 – $29

Late Beethoven (1813-1827)

Thu, July 21, 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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$12 – $29

Emerging Artists Concert 2016

Fri, July 22, 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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$12 – $49

Festival Orchestra 3, featuring the Festival Chorus 2016

Sat, July 23, 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

$12 – $40

Calder Quartet 2017

Sat, July 8, 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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$12 – $50

Festival Orchestra 1, featuring Jeremy Cohen 2017

Sun, July 9, 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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$12 – $30

In Bocca al Lupo 2017

Mon, July 10, 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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$12 – $30

Stenberg/Cahill/Winant Trio Celebrates Lou Harrison 2017

Tue, July 11, 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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$12 – $30

Piano Series: John Novacek 2017

Thu, July 13, 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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$12 – $50

Opera: Don Pasquale 2017

Fri, July 14, 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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$12 – $30

ZOFO Duet 2017

Sat, July 15, 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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$12 – $30

Understanding Schubert: Multimedia Lecture 2017

Sun, July 16, 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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$12 – $30

Schubert Chamber Music 1 2017

Mon, July 17, 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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$12 – $30

Schubert Chamber Music 2 2017

Tue, July 18, 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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$12 – $50

Festival Orchestra 2 2017

Wed, July 19, 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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$12 – $30

Emerging Artists Concert 2017

Fri, July 21, 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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$12 – $30

Piano Series: Molly Morkoski 2017

Sat, July 22, 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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$12 – $50

Festival Orchestra 3, featuring the Festival Chorus 2017

Sat, July 22, 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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June 2018

Free

Thoughts on Interpretation: a discussion with Allan Pollack and Susan Waterfall 2018

Sun, June 10, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Thoughts on Interpretation: a discussion with Allan Pollack and Susan Waterfall Join in a discussion of the interpretation of classical music. What does interpretation mean? What kind of effect does it have on the listener, if any? What are some of the issues musicians explore as they study, prepare and perform a piece of music? Does an orchestra need a conductor? Examples will abound, and you will be able to express your own reactions to the music as many interesting topics…

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July 2018

$15 – $40

Soloists Together: Geoff Nuttall, Livia Sohn, Stephen Prutsman 2018

Sat, July 7, 2:00 PM

Before their solo turns later in the week, this afternoon Geoff Nuttall, violin, and Livia Sohn, violin, join Stephen Prutsman, piano, to play Telemann’s Gulliver Suite, Cesar Franck’s Sonata in A Major, instrumental versions of familiar arias by Bizet, Verdi, and Gluck, and Hubay’s Carmen Fantasie.

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$15 – $50

Festival Orchestra 1: Shawnette Sulker, soprano; Livia Sohn, violin 2018

Sun, July 8, 6:00 PM

Festival Orchestra with violinist Livia Sohn and soprano Shawnette Sulker The season opens with Bernstein’s energetic and rhythmic Candide Overture; Copland’s inspiring and melodic Appalachian Spring; Barber’s Violin Concerto; Bernstein songs “New York New York,” “A Little Bit in Love,” “Some Other Time,” “Glitter and be Gay”; and dances from Bernstein’s West Side Story.

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$15 – $40

Calder Quartet 2018

Tue, July 10, 4:00 PM

Welcomed for a sixth year of sensitive and eloquent playing, the Calder will perform the Beethoven String Quartet No. 10, Op. 74, The Harp; Webern’s Five Movements for String Quartet, Op. 5; and the Beethoven String Quartet No. 16, Op. 135.

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$15 – $30

New Esterhazy Quartet 2018

Wed, July 11, 2:30 PM

London, 1845: Gratitude to Josef Haydn will showcase this quartet’s core repertoire by playing four of Haydn’s string quartets: D minor, C Major, D Major, and B-flat Major. Founded in 2006, the quartet takes its name from the Hungarian estate where Joseph Haydn lived and worked for nearly three decades.

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Pre-Concert Lecture, Erin Neff 2018

Fri, July 13, 6:30 PM

Enhance your experience of this evening’s opera performance with a pre-concert lecture by director Erin Neff. Mezzo-soprano Erin Neff’s dynamic performance abilities and radiant sound have earned her the veneration of her musical peers and made her an audience favorite throughout the country. Equally at home in the operatic, lied and oratorio repertoires, Ms. Neff is much sought after in the vocal profession. Ms Neff was most recently heard as Marianna in Rossini’s one act farce Il Signor Bruschino, the…

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$15 – $50

Opera: Cimarosa, Il Matrimonio Segreto, Luçik Aprahämian, Guest Conductor

Fri, July 13, 7:30 PM

Guest conductor Luçik Aprahämian Stage director Erin Neff The original setting is Bologna in the 1700s. Geronimo is a cranky older man with two daughters, Carolina and Elisetta. He also has a hearing problem and constantly misunderstands everything he’s told. Carolina has recently married Geronimo’s clerk, Paolino, without telling anyone because Geronimo would never have consented. To deal with Geronimo, Paolino has arranged a match between Elisetta and a wealthy nobleman, Count Robinson. Geronimo has always envied the nobility so…

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$15 – $30

Festival Chamber Players 2018

Sat, July 14, 2:30 PM

Bach’s Trio Sonata in E-flat Major; Shostakovich’s Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor; and Mozart’s Quintet in A Major for Clarinet and Strings. Tammie Dyer, violin; Susan Freier, violin; Jay Zhong, violin, Eric Kritz, clarinet; Tom Nugent, oboe; Stephen Harrison, cello; Carolyn Steinbuck, piano.

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$15 – $30

Chopin: Dreams and Memories of a Lost Homeland; Multimedia Lecture by Susan Waterfall

Sun, July 15, 2:30 PM

Chopin Series Opening Presentation Susan Waterfall’s multimedia exploration of Frederic Chopin’s life and times (1810-1849) will explore his early years as a musical prodigy in Warsaw, and his last 19 years as a popular composer and piano virtuoso in Paris.  Chopin’s dedication to Bach, Mozart, Italian opera, and traditional Polish music and his relationships with Schumann, Liszt, George Sand, Delacroix, and Mickiewicz will be discussed.  Learn about Chopin’s invention and development of musical genres such as the prelude, the ballade,…

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$15 – $30

Chopin 2: Susan Waterfall, Miles Graber, David Kadarauch

Mon, July 16, 2:30 PM

Susan Waterfall will discuss and perform a selection of Chopin’s  Mazurkas,  the dance genre where he refined his mastery of the folk idiom and launched his most daring compositional experiments. Susan will also play Chopin’s Barcarolle, Opus 60, and touch on its special place both in Chopin’s output. and as a source for the future pianism of Faure and Debussy. David Kadarauch, cello, and Miles Graber, piano, will perform Chopin’s Cello Sonata Opus 65. Chopin’s final masterpiece was performed at…

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$15 – $30

Chopin 3, Piano Series: John Novacek 2018

Tue, July 17, 2:30 PM

Piano Series, with continued focus on Chopin In his recital for the Piano Series,  John Novacek has chosen examples from four important Chopin genres: the etude, the nocturne, the impromptu, and the ballade. Chopin’s Etude in A-flat Major, Nocturne No. 7 in C-sharp minor, Impromptu No. 1 in A-flat Major, and Ballade No. 1 in G minor. Mozart’s Rondo in A minor, K. 511, Messaien’s Le baiser de l’enfant-Jésus, and Liszt’s Liebestraum No. 3 and Rhapsodie espagnole, S.254.

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$15 – $30

Chopin 4, Piano Series: Spencer Myer 2018

Wed, July 18, 2:30 PM

Piano Series, with continued focus on Chopin In his recital for the Piano Series Spencer Myer will play, among other works, the Four Scherzi of Chopin. Haydn’s Keyboard Sonata in E Major, Hob. XVI: 31; Debussy’s Estampes and L’isle joyeuse; and all four of Chopin’s scherzi: No. 1 in B minor, Op. 20; No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 31; No. 3 in C-sharp minor, Op. 39; and No. 4 in E Major, Op. 54.

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Pre-Concert Lecture, Marcia Lotter 2018

Wed, July 18, 6:30 PM

A freelance musician throughout northern California, Marcia Lotter received her undergraduate training from the University of Washington in Seattle and has studied with such noted teachers as Vilem Sokol, Andor Toth, and Leonard Austria. Marcia performs in chamber groups for concerts and special events and has played in back-up groups for singers such as Smokey Robinson, Judy Collins, and Andrea Marcovicci. She plays regularly in the Santa Rosa Symphony and is a member of the Santa Rosa Symphony String Quintet…

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$15 – $50

Festival Orchestra 2, featuring John Novacek, piano 2018

Wed, July 18, 7:30 PM

Festival Orchestra with pianist John Novacek Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5 in D minor and Brahms’ Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major. Ticket price includes pre-concert lecture at 6:30

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$15 – $30

Emerging Artists Concert 2018

Fri, July 20, 4:00 PM

The annual recital by the enormously talented young string players from the festival’s Emerging Artists Program is anticipated by all who love chamber music.

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Pre-Concert Lecture, Daniel Lockert 2018

Sat, July 21, 6:30 PM

As a soloist or collaborator, Daniel Lockert is equally versatile on the piano, organ and harpsichord. A native of San Diego, CA, he began formal piano studies at the age of five. Throughout high school, he exclusively studied the organ.  After getting his Bachelor’s in Piano Performance and a minor in organ from Loma Linda University, he attended the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and obtained an advanced degree in the specialized field of Accompanying, studying with the…

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$15 – $55

Festival Orchestra 3 2018, featuring the Festival Chorus, with Amy Bouchard, mezzo soprano

Sat, July 21, 7:30 PM

The season closes with the delightful Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Elgar’s fascinating Enigma Variations, and John Rutter’s Magnificat sung by massed chorus, with Amy Bouchard, mezzo soprano. Ticket price includes pre-concert lecture at 6:30

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May 2019

$30

Festival Chamber Chorale Presents Brahms’ Liebeslieder (Love Song) Waltzes

Sun, May 12, 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Enjoy the delights of Brahms’ Vienna with a lovely springtime concert on Mother’s Day. There will be pretty little tables, delicious pastries, and a lot of great music. Flowers, too. Jenny Matteucci will conduct the Festival Chamber Chorale, and Daniel Lockert and Susan Waterfall will play the duo-piano accompaniment, plus the marvelously dramatic Brahms Hungarian Dances, No. 1 in G minor, No. 4 in F minor, and No. 10 in E Major. Daniel will play Intermezzos Op. 118 No. 1 and No. 2, plus the Ballade Op. 118, No. 3. Ana Lucas will sing two duets with Jenny: “Weg der Liebe” and “Die Meere.” Jenny will sing the gorgeous ”Dein Blaues Auge.”

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July 2019

$15 – $52

Festival Orchestra 1, featuring Stephen Prutsman

Sun, July 14, 6:00 PM

To open the classical festival, Maestro Allan Pollack will lead the orchestra in Respighi’s evocative tone poem, Pines of Rome; Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21, with its lyrical second movement; and Pictures at an Exhibition, the stunning suite Mussorgsky wrote in honor of a painter friend who died young.

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$15 – $30

Piano Series: Robert Schwartz

Mon, July 15, 2:30 PM

Robert Schwartz is an active performer and a teacher in the Bay Area. His wide-ranging program will include Haydn’s Sonata in E-flat Major; Chopin’s Impromptus in G-flat Major and A-flat Major; Chopin’s Barcarolle Op. 60; and Brahms’ 8 Klavierstücke Op. 76.

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$15 – $30

Calder Quartet

Tue, July 16, 2:30 PM

Back for a seventh year of sensitive and eloquent playing, the Calder will perform Ravel’s String Quartet in F Major; Daniel Bjarnason’s Still Shot; and Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 13 in B-flat Major Op. 130 (with Finale).

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$15 – $30

Piano Series: Robin Sutherland

Wed, July 17, 2:30 PM

By Tonality Joined Most known for his playing of Bach, Robin Sutherland will contrast some Bach works with pieces by other composers in the same key. This concert will pair Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in C-sharp Major (BWV 848) with “partners,” the menuet movement of Ravel’s Sonatine, among others. After intermission, he will take us on an excursion from Bach’s Partita No. 2 in C minor (BWV 826) to Haydn’s Sonata in C minor (Hob XVI/20).

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$15 – $30

Piano Series: Spencer Myer and Mario Diaz-Moresco

Thu, July 18, 2:30 PM

Mario Diaz-Moresco, baritone; Spencer Myer, piano An afternoon of songs, old and new: Brahms, Schubert, and Barber will make up the first half; gems by Respighi, John Musto and Amy Beach will round out the program.

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Guitars in the Mendocino Village

Fri, July 19, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

If you’re out and about Mendocino on Friday afternoon July 19 during the Festival you may happen upon a little Bach, some bossa nova, or even a classic pop song being conjured up on one or more guitars. The Mendocino Guitar Workshop, in co-operation with the Mendocino Music Festival, will unleash another eclectic crew of guitarists in shops and galleries around the village to add a little spice to the fortnight’s already festive air. Watch for signs indicating the locations…

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$15 – $52

Opera: L’Elisir d’Amore

Fri, July 19, 7:30 PM

Guest conductor Mary Chun. Stage director Ann Woodhead. Donizetti’s enduringly popular comic opera features a spunky and beautiful landowner, a poor but good-hearted country boy and a puffed up sergeant who vie with each other for her affections, and a quack doctor who specializes in love potions that may bring two of them together. But which two? Beautiful arias and duets fill this two-act opera. Aurelie Veruni, Adina; Kevin Gino, Nemorino; Alex DeSocio, Belcore; Bojan Knezevic, Dulcamara; Ana Lucas, Gianetta;…

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$15 – $30

Brahms: His Life and Times, featuring Susan Waterfall

Sun, July 21, 2:30 PM

Brahms’ momentous meeting with Clara and Robert Schumann when he was only 20 forged a bond of love and familial connection that lasted throughout Brahms’ and Clara’s lifetimes. Susan’s lecture will be supplemented with images and recorded examples. The two chamber concerts divide Brahms’ life roughly in half: before and after 1878, when he grew the bushy beard he was able to hide behind for the rest of his life.

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$15 – $30

Brahms: Clean-Shaven

Tue, July 23, 2:30 PM

Susan Waterfall will play the Four Ballades Op. 10; Miles Graber, Larry Lowe, and Jay Zhong will essay the Horn Trio in E-flat Major Op. 40; and Carolyn Steinbuck, Jay Zhong, Tammie Dyer, Susan Freier, and Stephen Harrison will interpret the F minor Piano Quintet Op. 34.

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$15 – $52

Festival Orchestra 2, featuring Spencer Myer

Wed, July 24, 7:30 PM

Festival Orchestra with pianist Spencer Myer The concert will open with Mendelssohn’s evocative concert overture, The Hebrides; long-time crowd favorite Spencer Myer will bring his warm and intelligent interpretation of Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor Op. 54; and Brahms’ last symphony, No. 4 in E minor Op. 98 will wrap up the evening. Ticket price includes pre-concert lecture at 6:30

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$15 – $30

Brahms: Bearded

Thu, July 25, 2:30 PM

Susan Waterfall and Eric Kritz will play the Clarinet Sonata No. 1 in F minor Op. 120; Christopher Nomura and Daniel Lockert will sing Vier Ernste Gesänge; and Jay Zhong, Tammie Dyer, Susan Freier, Stephen Harrison, and Danny Sheu will play the String Quintet No. 2 in G Major Op. 111, “Prater.”

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$15 – $30

Emerging Artists Concert 2019

Fri, July 26, 4:00 PM

The annual recital by the enormously talented young string players from the festival’s Emerging Artists Program is anticipated by all who love chamber music.

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$15 – $55

Festival Orchestra 3, featuring the Festival Chorus

Sat, July 27, 7:30 PM

Festival Orchestra and Chorus The season finale will feature Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major; Brahms’ orchestrally-accompanied choral work, Schicksalslied Op. 54; and Beethoven’s great choral Symphony No. 9 in D minor Op. 125, with soloists Shawnette Sulker, Betany Coffland, Christòpheren Nomura, and Alex Boyer. Ticket price includes pre-concert lecture at 6:30

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