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Events for July 2019
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Jul 26, 2019
Neave Trio makes Lincoln Center debut at the Mostly Mozart Festival
Dates: July 26 & 27
Auditorium: David Geffen Hall
  10 Lincoln Center Plaza
  New York, NY United States

On Friday, July 26, 2019 and Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 6:30pm, the Boston-based Neave Trio (Anna Williams, violin; Mikhail Veselov, cello; Eri Nakamura, piano) makes their Lincoln Center debut performing Astor Piazzolla’s The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires presented in David Geffen Hall as part of the 2019 Mostly Mozart Festival. The Neave Trio’s recitals precede the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra concerts featuring Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, led by guest conductor Andrew Manze.

Jul 27, 2019
ArtsBridge Summer ArtSong
Dates: July 27 - August 10
Auditorium: University of Minnesota
  Minneapolis, MN United States
Phone: 855-778-ARTS

2-week program for high school juniors and seniors to prepare for college auditions. Since 2010, ArtsBridge Summer has given high school performing artists the tools to perfect their craft and audition approach, guided by top college arts faculty and industry professionals. ArtsBridge Summer programs are designed to hone the skills of students who pursue acting, musical theater, and classical voice as they prepare for college level auditions. In the ArtSong program, high school voice students concentrate on solo classical vocal skills within the art song repertoire. The curriculum is focused on vocal technique, diction and language, repertoire, acting for singers, and performance and audition skills in addition to guest master classes and workshops on various musical topics and college/conservatory auditions. The final assessment for each student includes a faculty write up and professional quality video. After two concentrated weeks, you’ll know exactly how to audition… …and how not to audition.

Jul 28, 2019
Festival Mozaic UnCLASSICAL SERIES Presents Ancient Future
Dates: July 19 to 29
Sponsor: Festival Mozaic
Auditorium: See Canyon Fruit Ranch
  2345 See Canyon Road
  San Luis Obispo, CA United States

Ancient Future returns to perform at Festival Mozaic for the first time since 2001. Their show features the historic 'World Without Walls' lineup of Matthew Montfort on scalloped fretboard guitar, Jim Hurley on violin, Doug McKeehan on keyboards, plus Indian tabla master Vishal Nagar filling in for tabla master Zakir Hussain, who played on their World Without Walls release. Montfort, Hurley, and McKeehan played well over a hundred concerts together on tours from 1988 to 1995. In 2011, they reunited to perform at venues such as the famed Yoshi's Jazz Club. In honor of the reunion concerts, World Without Walls was released digitally by Capitol Records for the first time ever at major digital retailers such as iTunes. Twenty two years after its initial release in 1990, broadcasters worldwide voted the record as one of the top 5 world music releases of 2012. Their uptempo virtuoso world fusion music is an exhilarating mix of jazz improvisation with the exciting rhythms, exotic sounds, and enchanting melodies

The Greenwood Chamber Players - Viola d'Amore!
Dates: July 28, 2019
Sponsor: Sevenars Concerts, Inc.
Auditorium: The Academy in South Worthington, MA
Contact: Rorianne Schrade
  15 Ireland Street, just off Rte 112 at Ireland St.
  Worthington, MA, United States
Phone: 413-238-5854

Matthew Dane, viola d’amore; Christina Jennings, flute; Gregory Beaver, cello; Gregory Hayes, harpsichord Sevenars is excited to welcome back members of the illustrious faculty of Greenwood Music Camp in a program featuring the viola d’amore, with its nationally known proponent Matthew Dane, who will share his wealth of knowledge as well as playing Vivaldi’s Concerto in D minor with superb musicians Gregory Hayes (harpsichordist and Dartmouth faculty member) and Gregory Beaver (cellist of the now-disbanded but celebrated Chiara quartet). Along with major works of Bach, Ariosti, and Mozart, there will be music of Garth Knox and fiddle tunes TBA, pairing the viola d’amore with the flute artistry of Christina Jennings (a star flutist who happens to be Matthew Dane’s wife)! Don’t miss this unforgettable musical smorgasbord! Suggested Donation: $20 (no tickets) - refreshments free!

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