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OPENING NIGHT ORCHESTRAMusic Director Michael Sachs’ Festival DebutSaturday, June 27, 7pmTickets start at $58/Jrs $5Strings Festival OrchestraMichael Sachs, conductor and trumpetMOZART Divertimento for Strings in D Major, K. 136HAYDN Trumpet Concerto in E-flat Major, Hob.Vlle: I (Sachs)MOZART Serenade No. 9 in D Major, K. 320, "Posthorn"The Classical Season opens with a night of classical orchestra music featuring Michael Sachs on the conductor’s podium and as soloist performing Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto.Please join us for a reception honoring Michael Sachs following the concert.STRINGS FESTIVAL ORCHESTRAViolin: Martin Chalifour, Marie Bérard, Jin-Shan Dai, Karla Donehew-Perez, Vijay Gupta, Jun-Ching Lin, John Macfarlane, Jessie Montgomery, Milana Reiche, Leslie Shank, Scott Weber; Viola: Robert Vernon, Paul Laraia, Lynne Ramsey, Kathryn Sievers; Cello: Mark Kosower, Barry Gold, Karlos Rodriguez, David Rosen; Bass: Timothy Pitts, Scott Dixon; Flute: Christina Smith, Jennifer Steele; Oboe: Elizabeth Koch-Tiscione, Michelle Tosser Smith; Bassoon: John Clouser, Anthony Georgeson; Horn: Gail Williams, John Phillips; Trumpet: John Rommel, Michael Tiscione; Timpani: Paul Yancich
Opening Night Orchestra: Music Director Michael Sachs' Festival Debut

OPENING NIGHT ORCHESTRA
Music Director Michael Sachs’ Festival Debut
Saturday, June 27, 7pm
Tickets start at $58/Jrs $5

Strings Festival Orchestra
Michael Sachs, conductor and trumpet

MOZART Divertimento for Strings in D Major, K. 136
HAYDN Trumpet Concerto in E-flat Major, Hob.Vlle: I (Sachs)
MOZART Serenade No. 9 in D Major, K. 320, "Posthorn"

The Classical Season opens with a night of classical orchestra music featuring Michael Sachs on the conductor’s podium and as soloist performing Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto.

Please join us for a reception honoring Michael Sachs following the concert.

STRINGS FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
Violin: Martin Chalifour, Marie Bérard, Jin-Shan Dai, Karla Donehew-Perez, Vijay Gupta, Jun-Ching Lin, John Macfarlane, Jessie Montgomery, Milana Reiche, Leslie Shank, Scott Weber; Viola: Robert Vernon, Paul Laraia, Lynne Ramsey, Kathryn Sievers; Cello: Mark Kosower, Barry Gold, Karlos Rodriguez, David Rosen; Bass: Timothy Pitts, Scott Dixon; Flute: Christina Smith, Jennifer Steele; Oboe: Elizabeth Koch-Tiscione, Michelle Tosser Smith; Bassoon: John Clouser, Anthony Georgeson; Horn: Gail Williams, John Phillips; Trumpet: John Rommel, Michael Tiscione; Timpani: Paul Yancich

6/27/2015 7:00 PM
FRENCH CHAMBER MUSIC FAVORITES:Debussy and FauréWednesday, July 1, 6pmTickets start at $32/Jrs $5Martin Chalifour, Jun-Ching Lin, violinRobert Vernon, violaMark Kosower, celloTimothy Pitts, bassMichael Sachs, trumpetJoanne Pearce Martin, pianoDEBUSSY Violin Sonata in G minor (Chalifour, Pearce Martin)SAINT-SAËNS Septet in E-Flat Major for Trumpet, Piano and Strings, Op. 65FAURÉ Piano Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 15 (Chalifour, Vernon, Kosower, Pearce Martin)Enjoy a night of beautiful French chamber music, featuring pieces by Debussy, Saint-Saëns and Fauré, performed by principal players from the Cleveland Orchestra and Los Angeles Philharmonic.We invite you to mingle with the musicians at a reception after the concert.
French Chamber Music Favorites: Debussy and Fauré

FRENCH CHAMBER MUSIC FAVORITES:
Debussy and Fauré
Wednesday, July 1, 6pm
Tickets start at $32/Jrs $5

Martin Chalifour, Jun-Ching Lin, violin
Robert Vernon, viola
Mark Kosower, cello
Timothy Pitts, bass
Michael Sachs, trumpet
Joanne Pearce Martin, piano

DEBUSSY Violin Sonata in G minor (Chalifour, Pearce Martin)
SAINT-SAËNS Septet in E-Flat Major for Trumpet, Piano and Strings, Op. 65
FAURÉ Piano Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 15 (Chalifour, Vernon, Kosower, Pearce Martin)

Enjoy a night of beautiful French chamber music, featuring pieces by Debussy, Saint-Saëns and Fauré, performed by principal players from the Cleveland Orchestra and Los Angeles Philharmonic.

We invite you to mingle with the musicians at a reception after the concert.


7/1/2015 6:00 PM
A NIGHT WITH PERRY-MANSFIELD DANCE: Baroque Masterpieces Sunday, July 5, 7pm Tickets start at $48/Jrs $5TORELLI Sonata in D Major, G-1 (Sachs)BACH (arr. Schumann) Partita No. 3 in E Major for Violin (Chalifour, Pearce Martin)HANDEL  Concerto for Oboe No. 1 in B-flat Major (Koch-Tiscione)VIVALDI Concerto for Bassoon in D minor, RV 481 (Clouser)BACH Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007 (Kosower)BACH Concerto for Two Violins in D minor, BWV 1043 (Chalifour, Gupta)Faculty dancers from the Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp return to the Strings stage for the fourth annual collaboration with Strings musicians. This year, they perform some of the greatest in solo and chamber orchestra repertoire from the Baroque era.Violin: Martin Chalifour, Vijay Gupta, Jun-Ching Lin, John Macfarlane, Leslie Shank, Scott Weber; Viola: Robert Vernon, Kathryn Sievers; Cello: Mark Kosower; Bass: Timothy Pitts; Oboe: Elizabeth Koch-Tiscione; Bassoon: John Clouser; Trumpet: Michael Sachs; Piano/Harpsichord: Joanne Pearce Martin
A Night With Perry-Mansfield Dance: Baroque Masterpieces

A NIGHT WITH PERRY-MANSFIELD DANCE:
Baroque Masterpieces
Sunday, July 5, 7pm
Tickets start at $48/Jrs $5

TORELLI Sonata in D Major, G-1 (Sachs)
BACH (arr. Schumann) Partita No. 3 in E Major for Violin (Chalifour, Pearce Martin)
HANDEL Concerto for Oboe No. 1 in B-flat Major (Koch-Tiscione)
VIVALDI Concerto for Bassoon in D minor, RV 481 (Clouser)
BACH Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007 (Kosower)
BACH Concerto for Two Violins in D minor, BWV 1043 (Chalifour, Gupta)

Faculty dancers from the Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp return to the Strings stage for the fourth annual collaboration with Strings musicians. This year, they perform some of the greatest in solo and chamber orchestra repertoire from the Baroque era.


Violin: Martin Chalifour, Vijay Gupta, Jun-Ching Lin, John Macfarlane, Leslie Shank, Scott Weber; Viola: Robert Vernon, Kathryn Sievers; Cello: Mark Kosower; Bass: Timothy Pitts; Oboe: Elizabeth Koch-Tiscione; Bassoon: John Clouser; Trumpet: Michael Sachs; Piano/Harpsichord: Joanne Pearce Martin

7/5/2015 7:00 PM
OLGA KERN CLIBURN GOLD MEDALIST Solo Piano RecitalWednesday, July 8, 6pmaTickets start at $40/Jrs $5RACHMANINOFF Three Etude-Tableaux: Op. 39, No. 9; Op. 33, No. 5; Op. 33, No. 7RACHMANINOFF 9 Preludes: No. 1 in C Major, Op. 32; No. 5 in G Major, Op. 32; No. 8 in A minor, Op. 32; No. 2 in C-sharp minor, Op. 3; No. 7 in C minor, Op. 23; No. 10 in B minor, Op. 32; No. 5 in G minor, Op. 23; No. 12 in G-sharp minor, Op. 32; No. 2 in B-flat Major, Op. 23BEETHOVEN Variations on a Theme by SalieriALKAN Etude No. 3 from Etudes in the Major Keys, Op. 35Olga Kern was the Gold Medal winner of the 2001 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, making her the first woman to win this award in over 30 years. She also won the Rachmaninoff International Piano Competition at the age of 17 in her native Russia and has performed with the most prominent conductors and orchestras throughout the world. With vivid stage presence, passionately confident musicianship and extraordinary technique, the striking young Russian pianist continues to captivate fans and critics alike. The program will feature works by Rachmaninoff, Beethoven and others. We invite you to mingle with the artist at a reception after the concert. There will also be a post-concert buffet for $25 catered by Steamboat Meat and Seafood Company. Click here to purchase online.Click here to visit her website
Cliburn Gold Medalist Olga Kern

OLGA KERN CLIBURN GOLD MEDALIST
Solo Piano Recital

Wednesday, July 8, 6pma
Tickets start at $40/Jrs $5

RACHMANINOFF Three Etude-Tableaux: Op. 39, No. 9; Op. 33, No. 5; Op. 33, No. 7
RACHMANINOFF 9 Preludes: No. 1 in C Major, Op. 32; No. 5 in G Major, Op. 32; No. 8 in A minor, Op. 32; No. 2 in C-sharp minor, Op. 3; No. 7 in C minor, Op. 23; No. 10 in B minor, Op. 32; No. 5 in G minor, Op. 23; No. 12 in G-sharp minor, Op. 32; No. 2 in B-flat Major, Op. 23
BEETHOVEN Variations on a Theme by Salieri
ALKAN Etude No. 3 from Etudes in the Major Keys, Op. 35

Olga Kern was the Gold Medal winner of the 2001 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, making her the first woman to win this award in over 30 years. She also won the Rachmaninoff International Piano Competition at the age of 17 in her native Russia and has performed with the most prominent conductors and orchestras throughout the world. With vivid stage presence, passionately confident musicianship and extraordinary technique, the striking young Russian pianist continues to captivate fans and critics alike. The program will feature works by Rachmaninoff, Beethoven and others.

We invite you to mingle with the artist at a reception after the concert. There will also be a post-concert buffet for $25 catered by Steamboat Meat and Seafood Company. Click here to purchase online.


Click here to visit her website

7/8/2015 6:00 PM
Strings Post Concert BuffetCatered by Steamboat Meat and Seafood CoReservations required$25 per personJumbo Shrimp CocktailTender Shrimp Peeled, Deveined and Cooked to perfection and served with Cocktail Sauce and LemonBaked Brie in Puff PastryBaked Golden Brown and served with Lingonberries, Apples, Grapes and French BreadTomato & Mozzarella SaladFresh Buffalo Mozzarella Layered with Ripe Hothouse Tomatoes topped with Fresh Basil, Black Pepper, Balsamic Vinegar and Olive OilLobster Mac & CheeseHouse Made Fresh Pasta a Blend of Three Cheeses and topped with Panko CrumbsSnapper Louisiana Sautéed and served with mushrooms, Tomatoes, garlic and white wineRoasted Stuffed Chicken San MarcoStuffed with Garlic Herb Cheese, Spinach & Roasted Red Peppers with a Shallot Dijon Cream SauceChocolate Pretzel Brownie Bites with Fresh Strawberries
Post Concert Buffet- July 8

Strings Post Concert Buffet
Catered by Steamboat Meat and Seafood Co
Reservations required
$25 per person


Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail
Tender Shrimp Peeled, Deveined and Cooked to perfection and served with Cocktail Sauce and Lemon

Baked Brie in Puff Pastry
Baked Golden Brown and served with Lingonberries, Apples, Grapes and French Bread

Tomato & Mozzarella Salad
Fresh Buffalo Mozzarella Layered with Ripe Hothouse Tomatoes topped with Fresh Basil, Black Pepper, Balsamic Vinegar and Olive Oil

Lobster Mac & Cheese
House Made Fresh Pasta a Blend of Three Cheeses and topped with Panko Crumbs

Snapper Louisiana
Sautéed and served with mushrooms, Tomatoes, garlic and white wine

Roasted Stuffed Chicken San Marco
Stuffed with Garlic Herb Cheese, Spinach & Roasted Red Peppers with a Shallot Dijon Cream Sauce

Chocolate Pretzel Brownie Bites with Fresh Strawberries

7/8/2015 7:15 PM
THE 5 BROWNSPerforming on Five SteinwaysSaturday, July 11, 7pmTickets start at $32/Jrs $5For the first time in Strings Music Festival history, five Steinways will be set on stage at one time. The 5 Browns perform what can only be described as a well-melded symphony of pianos. The siblings attended New York’s Juilliard School and were the first family of five ever accepted there simultaneously. This phenomenally talented group has released three CDs that each went to #1 on Billboard Magazine’s Classical Album Chart.Program TBA"One family, five pianos and 50 fingers add up to the biggest classical music sensation in years."~ The New York PostClick here to visit their website!
The 5 Browns

THE 5 BROWNS
Performing on Five Steinways
Saturday, July 11, 7pm
Tickets start at $32/Jrs $5

For the first time in Strings Music Festival history, five Steinways will be set on stage at one time. The 5 Browns perform what can only be described as a well-melded symphony of pianos. The siblings attended New York’s Juilliard School and were the first family of five ever accepted there simultaneously. This phenomenally talented group has released three CDs that each went to #1 on Billboard Magazine’s Classical Album Chart.

Program TBA

"One family, five pianos and 50 fingers add up to the biggest classical music sensation in years."~ The New York Post

Click here to visit their website!

7/11/2015 7:00 PM
ARIEL QUARTET: Haydn and TchaikovskyWednesday, July 15, 6pm Tickets start at $32/Jrs $5HAYDN String Quartet, Op. 76, No. 4, "Sunrise"TCHAIKOVSKY String Quartet, Op. 11, No. 1The Ariel Quartet was formed in Israel 16 years ago when its members were teenagers. Recently awarded the prestigious Cleveland Quartet Award, they currently serve as faculty quartet-in-residence at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music. The Ariel Quartet continues to astonish with its masterful performances and has remained committed to performing extensively in Israel."A consummate ensemble gifted with utter musicality and remarkable interpretive power."~ American Record Guide  We invite you to mingle with the musicians at a reception after the concert.Click here to visit their website
Ariel Quartet: Haydn and Tchaikovsky

ARIEL QUARTET:
Haydn and Tchaikovsky
Wednesday, July 15, 6pm
Tickets start at $32/Jrs $5


HAYDN String Quartet, Op. 76, No. 4, "Sunrise"
TCHAIKOVSKY String Quartet, Op. 11, No. 1

The Ariel Quartet was formed in Israel 16 years ago when its members were teenagers. Recently awarded the prestigious Cleveland Quartet Award, they currently serve as faculty quartet-in-residence at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music. The Ariel Quartet continues to astonish with its masterful performances and has remained committed to performing extensively in Israel.

"A consummate ensemble gifted with utter musicality and remarkable interpretive power."~ American Record Guide
 
We invite you to mingle with the musicians at a reception after the concert.


Click here to visit their website

7/15/2015 6:00 PM
IGUDESMAN AND JOO:A Little Nightmare MusicWednesday, July 22, 6pmTickets start at $32/Jrs $5Aleksey Igudesman and Hyung-ki Joo are two classical musicians who have taken the world by storm with their unique and hilarious theatrical shows, which combine comedy with classical music and popular culture. Inspired by Victor Borge and Dudley Moore, they have appeared on stage with some of classical music’s biggest names, including Emanuel Ax, Joshua Bell, the New York Philharmonic and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra."’A Little Nightmare Music’ as a title is a misnomer … Igudesman and Joo are a DREAM … watch them!"~ Sir Roger Moore"They are extremely funny, very original, and highly skilled musicians to boot. Their mix of classical music and comedy is absolutely unique." ~ John MalkovichWe invite you to mingle with the musicians at a reception after the concert.Click here to visit their website!
Igudesman and Joo: A Little Nightmare Music

IGUDESMAN AND JOO:
A Little Nightmare Music

Wednesday, July 22, 6pm
Tickets start at $32/Jrs $5

Aleksey Igudesman and Hyung-ki Joo are two classical musicians who have taken the world by storm with their unique and hilarious theatrical shows, which combine comedy with classical music and popular culture. Inspired by Victor Borge and Dudley Moore, they have appeared on stage with some of classical music’s biggest names, including Emanuel Ax, Joshua Bell, the New York Philharmonic and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

"’A Little Nightmare Music’ as a title is a misnomer … Igudesman and Joo are a DREAM … watch them!"~ Sir Roger Moore

"They are extremely funny, very original, and highly skilled musicians to boot. Their mix of classical music and comedy is absolutely unique." ~ John Malkovich


We invite you to mingle with the musicians at a reception after the concert.

Click here to visit their website!

7/22/2015 6:00 PM
CIVIL WAR BRASS BAND:A Multimedia PresentationCelebrating the 150th Anniversary of the End of the Civil WarSaturday, July 25, 8pmTickets start at $40/Jrs $5Brass BandLoras Schissel, conductorVerne Lundquist, narratorBringing insight to the emotional, racial and political challenges faced by men, women and families of the era, this multimedia presentation will feature photos, letters, poems and stories from the Civil War. Personal accounts will be brought to life by Steamboat’s own narrators, while brass and percussion will recreate the military bands of the period.BRASS BAND:Horn: Alberto Suarez, Joe Hughes, Robert Rearden, Eric Reed; Trumpet: Michael Sachs, Carl Albach, Kyle Anderson, Justin Bartels, Tom Cupples, Conrad Jones, Scott Nadelson; Trombone: Massimo La Rosa, Hakeem Bilal, Gabriel Colby, John Rojak; Euphonium: Adam Frey; Tuba: David Kirk; Percussion: Chester Englander, Joseph Tompkins
Civil War Brass Band: Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the End of the Civil War

CIVIL WAR BRASS BAND:
A Multimedia Presentation
Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the End of the Civil War
Saturday, July 25, 8pm
Tickets start at $40/Jrs $5

Brass Band
Loras Schissel, conductor
Verne Lundquist, narrator


Bringing insight to the emotional, racial and political challenges faced by men, women and families of the era, this multimedia presentation will feature photos, letters, poems and stories from the Civil War. Personal accounts will be brought to life by Steamboat’s own narrators, while brass and percussion will recreate the military bands of the period.

BRASS BAND:
Horn: Alberto Suarez, Joe Hughes, Robert Rearden, Eric Reed; Trumpet: Michael Sachs, Carl Albach, Kyle Anderson, Justin Bartels, Tom Cupples, Conrad Jones, Scott Nadelson; Trombone: Massimo La Rosa, Hakeem Bilal, Gabriel Colby, John Rojak; Euphonium: Adam Frey; Tuba: David Kirk; Percussion: Chester Englander, Joseph Tompkins


7/25/2015 8:00 PM
PUCCINI, ROSSINI & VERDI:Opera Arias with Brass and PianoWednesday, July 29, 6pmTickets start at $35/Jrs $5Michael Sachs, trumpetMassimo La Rosa, tromboneJulie Coucheron, pianoBIZET  Carmen Suite (Sachs, La Rosa)PUCCINI "Che gelida Manina" from La Boh.me (La Rosa)MOZART "Queen of the Night" from The Magic Flute (Sachs)MOZART "Papageno und Papagena" from The Magic Flute (Sachs, La Rosa)ROSSINI Overture to Barber of Seville (La Rosa)DVORAK "Song of the Moon" from Rusalka (Sachs)MASCAGNI "Intermezzo" from Cavalleria Rusticana (La Rosa)PUCCINI "Nessun Dorma" from Turandot (Sachs)VERDI Overture to La Forza del Destino (Sachs, La Rosa)Enjoy opera’s greatest arias as you’ve never heard them before—performed by trumpet, trombone and piano! The brass instruments become the vocalists in this unique night of opera music. The evening features Cleveland Orchestra principal trumpet Michael Sachs and principal trombone Massimo La Rosa joined by pianist Julie Coucheron.We invite you to mingle with the musicians at a reception after the concert.
Puccini, Rossini & Verdi: Opera Arias with Brass and Piano

PUCCINI, ROSSINI & VERDI:
Opera Arias with Brass and Piano
Wednesday, July 29, 6pm
Tickets start at $35/Jrs $5

Michael Sachs, trumpet
Massimo La Rosa, trombone
Julie Coucheron, piano

BIZET Carmen Suite (Sachs, La Rosa)
PUCCINI "Che gelida Manina" from La Boh.me (La Rosa)
MOZART "Queen of the Night" from The Magic Flute (Sachs)
MOZART "Papageno und Papagena" from The Magic Flute (Sachs, La Rosa)
ROSSINI Overture to Barber of Seville (La Rosa)
DVORAK "Song of the Moon" from Rusalka (Sachs)
MASCAGNI "Intermezzo" from Cavalleria Rusticana (La Rosa)
PUCCINI "Nessun Dorma" from Turandot (Sachs)
VERDI Overture to La Forza del Destino (Sachs, La Rosa)

Enjoy opera’s greatest arias as you’ve never heard them before—performed by trumpet, trombone and piano! The brass instruments become the vocalists in this unique night of opera music. The evening features Cleveland Orchestra principal trumpet Michael Sachs and principal trombone Massimo La Rosa joined by pianist Julie Coucheron.

We invite you to mingle with the musicians at a reception after the concert.


7/29/2015 6:00 PM
DAVID AND JULIE COUCHERON:Chamber Music by Brahms and GriegSaturday, August 1, 7pmTickets start at $40David Coucheron, violinJoanna Patterson-Zakany, violaJoel Noyes, celloJulie Coucheron, pianoSINDING Suite in A minor, Op. 10 (D. Coucheron, J. Coucheron)GRIEG Violin Sonata No. 3 in C minor, Op. 45 (D. Coucheron, J. Coucheron)BRAHMS Piano Quartet No. 3 in C minor, Op. 60 (D.Coucheron, Patterson-Zakany, Noyes, J. Coucheron) Norwegian siblings Julie and David Coucheron return to Strings after rave reviews in 2013. David is concertmaster of the Atlanta Symphony, the youngest concertmaster of any major U.S. orchestra, and Julie has won first prize in all of Norway’s major competitions. They will perform two pieces by Norwegian composers Sinding and Grieg before they are joined by artists from the Cleveland Orchestra and Metropolitan Opera for one of the most beloved chamber music masterpieces of all time.
David and Julie Coucheron: Chamber Music by Brahms and Grieg

DAVID AND JULIE COUCHERON:
Chamber Music by Brahms and Grieg
Saturday, August 1, 7pm
Tickets start at $40

David Coucheron, violin
Joanna Patterson-Zakany, viola
Joel Noyes, cello
Julie Coucheron, piano

SINDING Suite in A minor, Op. 10 (D. Coucheron, J. Coucheron)
GRIEG Violin Sonata No. 3 in C minor, Op. 45 (D. Coucheron, J. Coucheron)
BRAHMS Piano Quartet No. 3 in C minor, Op. 60 (D.Coucheron, Patterson-Zakany, Noyes, J. Coucheron)

Norwegian siblings Julie and David Coucheron return to Strings after rave reviews in 2013. David is concertmaster of the Atlanta Symphony, the youngest concertmaster of any major U.S. orchestra, and Julie has won first prize in all of Norway’s major competitions. They will perform two pieces by Norwegian composers Sinding and Grieg before they are joined by artists from the Cleveland Orchestra and Metropolitan Opera for one of the most beloved chamber music masterpieces of all time.

8/1/2015 7:00 PM
CHAMBER MUSIC WITH HARP AND GUITAR:Yolanda Kondonassis and Jason VieauxWednesday, August 5, 6pmTickets start at $35/Jrs $5PUJOL "Suite Magica" (Kondonassis, Vieaux)JOBIM (arr. Dyens) "A Felicidade" (Vieaux)HOVHANESS Sonata, Op. 374, "Spirit of Trees" (Kondonassis, Vieaux)SCHOCKER "Hypnosis" (Kondonassis, Vieaux)SALZEDO "Chanson dans la nuit" (Kondonassis)MONTSALVATGE "Fantasia" (Kondonassis, Vieaux)Internationally acclaimed and Grammy nominated harpist Yolanda Kondonassis and 2015 Grammy Award winning guitarist Jason Vieaux perform original works for harp and guitar from their recently released album, Together."It was difficult to hear where one instrument ends and the other begins." ~ The Buffalo NewsWe invite you to mingle with the musicians at a reception after the concert. There will also be a post concert buffet for $25 catered by Steamboat Meat and Seafood Company.  Click here to purchase online.
Chamber Music with Harp and Guitar: Yolanda Kondonassis and Jason Vieaux

CHAMBER MUSIC WITH HARP AND GUITAR:
Yolanda Kondonassis and Jason Vieaux

Wednesday, August 5, 6pm
Tickets start at $35/Jrs $5

PUJOL "Suite Magica" (Kondonassis, Vieaux)
JOBIM (arr. Dyens) "A Felicidade" (Vieaux)
HOVHANESS Sonata, Op. 374, "Spirit of Trees" (Kondonassis, Vieaux)
SCHOCKER "Hypnosis" (Kondonassis, Vieaux)
SALZEDO "Chanson dans la nuit" (Kondonassis)
MONTSALVATGE "Fantasia" (Kondonassis, Vieaux)

Internationally acclaimed and Grammy nominated harpist Yolanda Kondonassis and 2015 Grammy Award winning guitarist Jason Vieaux perform original works for harp and guitar from their recently released album, Together.

"It was difficult to hear where one instrument ends and the other begins." ~ The Buffalo News

We invite you to mingle with the musicians at a reception after the concert. There will also be a post concert buffet for $25 catered by Steamboat Meat and Seafood Company. Click here to purchase online.

8/5/2015 6:00 PM
Strings Post Concert BuffetCatered by Steamboat Meat and Seafood Co.Reservations required$25 per personJumbo Shrimp CocktailTender Shrimp Peeled, Deveined and Cooked to perfection and served with Cocktail Sauce and LemonHot Roasted Smoked SalmonChilled, Sliced and served with Red Onions, Horseradish Sauce and Cocktail RyeMandarin California SaladMixed Baby Field Greens, Fresh Zucchini, Cucumbers, Mandarin Oranges, Chevre and Mushrooms with a Citrus Vinaigrette Lobster Mac & CheeseHouse Made Fresh Pasta a Blend of Three Cheeses and topped with Panko CrumbsPasta PrimaveraHouse Made Fresh Pasta tossed in a Roasted Red Pepper SauceHerb Crusted Lamb Chops & PestoColorado Raised and Cooked to PerfectionCheesecake
Post Concert Buffet- August 5

Strings Post Concert Buffet
Catered by Steamboat Meat and Seafood Co.
Reservations required
$25 per person


Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail
Tender Shrimp Peeled, Deveined and Cooked to perfection and served with Cocktail Sauce and Lemon

Hot Roasted Smoked Salmon
Chilled, Sliced and served with Red Onions, Horseradish Sauce and Cocktail Rye

Mandarin California Salad
Mixed Baby Field Greens, Fresh Zucchini, Cucumbers, Mandarin Oranges, Chevre and Mushrooms with a Citrus Vinaigrette
 
Lobster Mac & Cheese
House Made Fresh Pasta a Blend of Three Cheeses and topped with Panko Crumbs

Pasta Primavera
House Made Fresh Pasta tossed in a Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

Herb Crusted Lamb Chops & Pesto
Colorado Raised and Cooked to Perfection

Cheesecake

8/5/2015 7:15 PM
STRINGS FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA:Mark Nuccio Plays MozartSaturday, August 8, 7pmTickets start at $55Strings Festival OrchestraMichael Sachs, conductorMark Nuccio, clarinetMENDELSSOHN Octet for Strings in E-flat Major, Op. 20 (Chan, Lee, L. Albers, Wu, Tam, Jackobs, J. Albers, French)MOZART Clarinet Concerto in A Major, K. 622 (Nuccio)PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 1, Op. 25, "Classical Symphony"The Strings Festival Orchestra performs one of the most popular chamber music works in the classical repertoire along with a Prokofiev Symphony in the style of Haydn. Mark Nuccio of the New York Philharmonic performs Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto.Join us after the concert for a farewell retirement party in honor of Executive Director, Kay ClagettSTRINGS FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA:Violin: David Chan, Laura Albers, Alicia Koelz, Amy Lee, John Macfarlane, Ellen Pendelton-Troyer, Catherine Ro, Sophie Silivos, Sylvia Volpe, Scott Weber, Nancy Wu; Viola: Mark Jackobs, Joanna Patterson-Zakany, Megan Tam; Cello: Julie Albers, Christopher French, David Rosen, Brian Thornton; Flute: Leigh Mesh, Brendan Kane; Bass: Jennifer Gunn, Sonora Slocum; Oboe: Frank Rosenwein, Catherine Weinfield; Clarinet: Mark Nuccio, Jonathan Cohen; Bassoon: William Short, Elise Wagner, Horn: William Caballero, Robert Rearden; Trumpet: Justin Bartels, Tom Cupples; Timpani: Paul Yancich
Strings Music Festival Orchestra: Mark Nuccio Plays Mozart

STRINGS FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA:
Mark Nuccio Plays Mozart
Saturday, August 8, 7pm
Tickets start at $55

Strings Festival Orchestra
Michael Sachs, conductor
Mark Nuccio, clarinet


MENDELSSOHN Octet for Strings in E-flat Major, Op. 20 (Chan, Lee, L. Albers, Wu, Tam, Jackobs, J. Albers, French)
MOZART Clarinet Concerto in A Major, K. 622 (Nuccio)
PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 1, Op. 25, "Classical Symphony"

The Strings Festival Orchestra performs one of the most popular chamber music works in the classical repertoire along with a Prokofiev Symphony in the style of Haydn. Mark Nuccio of the New York Philharmonic performs Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto.

Join us after the concert for a farewell retirement party in honor of Executive Director, Kay Clagett

STRINGS FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA:
Violin: David Chan, Laura Albers, Alicia Koelz, Amy Lee, John Macfarlane, Ellen Pendelton-Troyer, Catherine Ro, Sophie Silivos, Sylvia Volpe, Scott Weber, Nancy Wu; Viola: Mark Jackobs, Joanna Patterson-Zakany, Megan Tam; Cello: Julie Albers, Christopher French, David Rosen, Brian Thornton; Flute: Leigh Mesh, Brendan Kane; Bass: Jennifer Gunn, Sonora Slocum; Oboe: Frank Rosenwein, Catherine Weinfield; Clarinet: Mark Nuccio, Jonathan Cohen; Bassoon: William Short, Elise Wagner, Horn: William Caballero, Robert Rearden; Trumpet: Justin Bartels, Tom Cupples; Timpani: Paul Yancich

8/8/2015 7:00 PM
STRINGS MUSIC FESTIVAL | STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO
Box Office: (970) 879-5056 | x105
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