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Jul 4, 2022
English Expressions
Dates: 7/4/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Reed College, Kaul Auditorium
  3203 SE Woodstock Blvd
  Portland, OR United States
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/english-american-expressions/1525

Elgar’s bold tunes, striking color effects, and epic themes capture all the expanse and exhilaration of the English countryside. Then, our 2022 Protégé Composer Alistair Coleman takes us on a musical journey of his own with the world premiere of his equally soaring flute quintet.

Jul 5, 2022
Protégé Artist Spotlight: Zlatomir Fung - Solo Cello Masterpieces
Dates: 7/5/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: PSU, Lincoln Recital Hall
  1620 SW Park Ave
  Portland, OR United States
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/protege-artist-spotlight-zlatomir-fung-solo-cello-masterpieces/1527

Oregon-raised 22-year-old cellist Zlatomir Fung - the first American in four decades and the youngest musician ever to win First Prize at the 2021 International Tchaikovsky Competition - is featured in this intimate Protégé Artist Spotlight recital of solo cello works.

RighteousGIRLS
Dates: July 5th, 2022
Sponsor: Joe's Pub
Auditorium: Joe's Pub
Contact: Kacey Fassett
  425 Lafayette St
  New York, NY United States
Web: http://publictheater.org/productions/joes-pub/2022/r/righteousgirls/

As RighteousGIRLS, New York-based flutist Gina Izzo and pianist Erika Dohi "Rattle speakers and expectations with stop-time razzle, vocal (flute-talk) and electronic (phaser) effects" (NYC Jazz Record). RighteousGIRLS bring "jarring and dynamic energy" (classicalite), presenting a world premiere by composer Steven Swartz and a set of original music by Gina Izzo and Erika Dohi integrating improvisation along with washed-out reverb, analog FX, and electronic keyboards.

Jul 6, 2022
Art of the Piano Festival
Dates: July 6 - 24
Sponsor: Art of the Piano Festival
Auditorium: Werner Recital Hall (UC-CCM) and Memorial Hall in Over-the-Rhine (downtown)
Contact: Sara Danner Dukic
  Werner Recital Hall (UC-CCM) and Memorial Hall in Over-the-Rhine (downtown)
  Cincinnati, OH United States
Phone: 513-549-6402
e-mail: info@artofthepiano.org
Web: http://www.artofthepiano.org

Some of today's most innovative pianists + composers | 2022 Season Lineup | Concerts :: Werner Recital Hall :: Memorial Hall in OTR *we're in multiple locations this year* July 8: Conrad Tao (Werner Recital Hall) July 10: Stillpoint :: Awadagin Pratt :: Roomful of Teeth :: A Far Cry (Memorial Hall, OTR) July 13: Michelle Cann + Thomas Mesa (Werner Recital Hall) July 14: Stephen Prutsman (Memorial Hall, OTR) July 15: Jeremy Ajani Jordan (Werner Recital Hall) July 16: Mikael Darmanie (Werner Recital Hall) July 17: Aaron Diehl (Memorial Hall, OTR) July 22: Alexander Korsantia (Werner Recital Hall) July 23: Angela Kim (Werner Recital Hall) July 24: Lera Auerbach (Memorial Hall, OTR)

New@Night: Arcadiana Unlocked
Dates: 7/6/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: The Armory, at Portland Center Stage
  128 NW 11th Ave
  Portland, OR United States
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/newnight-unlocked-arcadiana/1530

Our inaugural New@Night in the Armory’s soaring and acoustically superb lobby! Swing in for a drink and for an informal and eclectic exploration of stunning works by Thomas Adès and Judith Weir.

Jul 7, 2022
Angela Brownridge - Piano Recital
Dates: 7/7/2022
Sponsor: International Concert Series
Auditorium: Steiner Hall
Contact: jlmartists@gmail.com
  Rudolf Steiner House, 35 Park Road, London NW1 6XT
  United Kingdom
e-mail: jlmartists@gmail.com
Web: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/336858582087

Following on from her immensely successful London recital appearance earlier this season distinguished international pianist Angela Brownridge makes a welcome return appearance at Steiner Hall with a programme featuring music by Schubert, Debussy and Chopin. The New York Times described her as ‘one of the world’s finest pianists’. The Guardian remarked ‘true genius. Her performances were passionate, rhapsodic and totally compelling. She is a marvellously exciting artist with a strong sense of musical structure’. French music critic Adrian Quanier noted her as ‘a pianist of the highest echelon’. Programme: Sonata in A minor D537 SCHUBERT Images (Book 1) DEBUSSY Fantasy in F minor Op.49 CHOPIN

Morningside Music Bridge brings its 26th annual summer music training program to Boston this summer
Dates: July 7 to 30, 2022
Sponsor: Morningside Music Bridge
Auditorium: New England Conservatory
  290 Huntington Avenue
  Boston, MA United States
Web: http://mmb.international/

Morningside Music Bridge has selected 65 outstanding musicians, aged 12 to 18, from 11 countries to take part in its 26th annual summer program. Representing the highest international standards of excellence, the young violinists, violists, cellists, and pianists will receive full scholarships for a month of intensive training. The program will be held in person at the New England Conservatory from July 7 to 30 and will also feature the Emerging Artist Recital series presenting the students and several Artists in Residence concerts with notable performers from around the globe. All recitals and concerts are free and open to the public. The full schedule can be viewed here: https://mmb.international/concerts/

Slavic Scenes
Dates: 7/7/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (The Reser)
  12625 SW Crescent St.
  Beaverton, OR United States
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/scenes-of-russia/1535

When it comes to capturing the colors of human emotion, few do so more profoundly than Eastern European composers! String masterpieces by Sergei Prokofiev, Anton Arensky, and his Ukrainian student Reinhold Glière will sweep you away with their passion, introspection, and inspiration.

Star-Spangled Celebration at Boordy Vineyards
Dates: Jul 7
Sponsor: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Auditorium: Boordy Vineyard
Contact: Tymarra Sherrill
  tsherrill@bsomusic.org
  Hydes, MD United States
Phone: 14107838000
e-mail: PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org
Web: http://www.bsomusic.org/Summer

Jonathan Rush, conductor Wordsmith, spoken word artist Runa Matsushita, violin The celebrations continue in a patriotic performance at Boordy Vineyards on July 7. Sip on Boordy’s original wines while you enjoy the orchestra. This event is 21 and older and tickets are $15.00. Parking is available on-site. Please note that there will not be fireworks following this performance. Dates, times, and locations are accurate as of the posting of the event information. For more information, visit www.BSOmusic.org or contact PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org or by phone at 410-783-8000 or toll free 877-276-1444.

Jul 8, 2022
Ascona Music Festival
Dates: July 8 - October 2
Auditorium: Chiesa Collegio Papio, Chiesa Evangelica, Monte Verità
Contact: Dhyana McAlister
  Ascona, Switzerland
Phone: +41763346900
e-mail: info@asconamusicfestival.com
Web: http://www.asconamusicfestival.com

The thirteenth edition of the Ascona Music Festival will take place from 8th July to 2nd October 2022 and is dedicated to MUSICAL INSPIRATION. With 13 years of continuous and fervent activity, the Ascona Music Festival is ready to bring harmony and deep joy with its long-awaited concerts and events. The Ascona Music Festival is a prestigious chamber music festival which is held in the picturesque town of Ascona, Switzerland. Ascona is located next to the majestic Lake Maggiore and is surrounded by the impressive Swiss Alps. Its natural beauty is an ideal setting, providing a suitable atmosphere for a festival that aims to attract all lovers of chamber music performed at the highest artistic level. The artistic director of the Festival is Daniel Levy, the world-renowned Argentine pianist. Tickets are on sale at: https://www.ticketcorner.ch/en/artist/ascona-music-festival/

San Ignacio: an opera by Domenico Zipoli (1688-1725)
Dates: July 8 and 9 2022
Sponsor: El Parnaso Hyspano: Hispanic Early Music Ensemble
Auditorium: Church of the Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, Mayfair
Contact: ephyspano@gmail.com
  Little Oratory Brompton Oratory
  London, United Kingdom
e-mail: ephyspano@gmail.com
Web: http://www.elparnasohyspano.com

The first UK performances of Zipoli’s opera/oratorio “San Ignacio de Loyola” at two London churches with a close association to Saint Ignatius of Loyola, on the occasion of the 400th Anniversary of his canonisation. Performed by Rafael Montero (founder and tenor), Iria Perestrelo (soprano), Victor Sgarbi (baritone), with Simone Pirri and May Robertson (violins), Caria Drury (cello), Katarzyna Kowalic (organ), and Darcie Jago (trumpet). Friday 8th July 2022, 7.30 pm. The Little Oratory, Brompton Oratory, Brompton Road, London SW7 2RP, followed by a wine reception. This chapel marks the friendship of St Ignatius and St Philip (founder of the Oratorians). To book tickets go to https://bit.ly/ephyspano8 Saturday 9th July 2022, 7.30 pm. Church of the Immaculate Conception, 114 Mount Street, London W1K 3AH (entrance from Farm Street). This is the London home of the Jesuits.

Jul 9, 2022
A Celebration of American Song
Dates: 3:00pm, Saturday, July 9
Auditorium: San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Contact: Merola Opera Program
  50 Oak St.
  San Francisco, CA United States
Phone: (415) 864-3330
e-mail: info@merola.org
Web: http://merola.org/calendar

San Francisco’s acclaimed Merola Opera Program, one of the most prestigious and selective opera training programs in the world, kicks off its historic 2022 Summer Festival with A Celebration of American Song, an exuberant recital curated by Grammy Award winner Craig Terry. This joyous tribute celebrates the rich legacy of music by icons including Harold Arlen, Hoagy Carmichael, Jerome Kern, Peggy Lee, Frank Loesser, Cole Porter, Jule Styne, Fats Waller, Harry Warren, Meredith Willson, and immortal songwriting teams such as George & Ira Gershwin and John Kander & Fred Ebb.

Music For Maryland: Garrett County
Dates: Jul 9
Sponsor: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Auditorium: Performing Arts Center at Garrett College
Contact: Tymarra Sherrill
  tsherrill@bsomusic.org
  McHenry, MD United States
Phone: 14107838000
e-mail: PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org
Web: http://my.bsomusic.org/overview/17994

Jonathan Rush, conductor Andrew Balio, trumpet The Music for Maryland Tour kicks off in Garrett County with a program showcasing the county’s namesake, John W. Garrett. Born in Baltimore, Garrett became the president of the B&O Railroad for over a quarter-century. Reflecting on the railroads of America, this concert features lighthearted works that will make you feel like you are on an adventurous train ride across the USA! Adult tickets are $50.00. Students and children free with adult admission. Dates, times, and locations are accurate as of the posting of the event information. For more information, visit www.BSOmusic.org or contact PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org or by phone at 410-783-8000 or toll free 877-276-1444.

Slavic Scenes
Dates: 7/9/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Reed College, Kaul Auditorium
  3203 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR 97202
  Portland, OR United States
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/scenes-of-russia/1535

When it comes to capturing the colors of human emotion, few do so more profoundly than Eastern European composers! String masterpieces by Sergei Prokofiev, Anton Arensky, and his Ukrainian student Reinhold Glière will sweep you away with their passion, introspection, and inspiration.

The Greatest Wagner Concert Ever!
Dates: July 9, 2022
Sponsor: Vallejo Center for the Arts
Auditorium: Empress Theatre
Contact: Joann Wray
  330 Virginia Street
  Vallejo, CA United States
Phone: 707-552-2400
e-mail: contact@empresstheatre.org
Web: http://www.ticketfairy.com/event/the-greatest-wagner-concert-ever-15jan2022

Bay Area classical music lovers will experience an electrifying evening of music by the great German composer Richard Wagner. The concert will include excerpts from Tannhaeuser, Tristan und Isolde, Die Walkuere, Lohengrin, The Flying Dutchman and Die Meistersinger von Nuremberg. Soprano Othalie Graham will be featured in the well-known Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde and in dramatic arias from Die Walkuere and Tannhaeuser. Canadian American soprano Othalie Graham consistently receives international critical acclaim and is widely known for her commitment to Wagnerian repertoire. Maestro Thomas Conlin has led symphonic and operatic performances on five continents. He will conduct The Vallejo Festival Orchestra who debuted in 2020 at the Vallejo Center for the Arts’ presentation at the Empress Theatre of Three Tenors! – the Next Generation. “Wagner, perhaps more than any other composer, can be counted on to deliver the ‘goosebump’ factor, This will be an evening you won’t soon forget."-Maestro Conlin

Jul 10, 2022
Opera Saratoga Artistic and General Director Lawrence Edelson to step down after 2022 Summer Festival Season
Dates: July 10
Sponsor: Opera Saratoga
Auditorium: Opera Saratoga
Contact: Michelle Tabnick
  19 Roosevelt Dr, Saratoga Springs, NY
  Saratoga Spgs, NY United States
Phone: 6467654773
e-mail: lilli@michelletabnickpr.com
Web: http://www.operasaratoga.org/

Opera Saratoga's Artistic and General Director Lawrence Edelson announced today that the 2022 Summer Festival will be the final season in his leadership role with the company. Edelson, who joined the company in 2014, will remain in his position through the end of July. This fall, he will be joining The University of Houston as Professor of Practice and Artistic Director of The Moores Opera Center, one of the most prestigious programs for the training of operatic artists in the country. Edelson will also continue in his role as Artistic and General Director of American Lyric Theater in New York City, where he mentors emerging opera composers, librettists and dramaturgs and oversees the development of new works.

Viennese Wunderkinds
Dates: 7/10/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall
  1620 SW Park Ave
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/viennese-wunderkinds/1536

Before his Hollywood fame, a young Erich Korngold was hailed in Vienna as the “Mozart of the 20th century”. He wrote his thrillingly virtuosic and joyful piano quintet when he was just 24! Delight in these breathtaking masterworks by two Viennese greats with a mélange of musicians on the Mozart, and Artistic Director Gloria Chien joining the dynamic Vianos for the Korngold.

Jul 11, 2022
Bloomingdale School of Music Announces 2022 Summer Camps & Workshops
Dates: Jul 11-22
Sponsor: Bloomingdale School of Music
Auditorium: Bloomingdale School of Music
Contact: Michelle Tabnick
  323 West 108th Street New York, NY 10025
  New York City, NY United States
Phone: 6467654773
e-mail: lilli@michelletabnickpr.com
Web: http://www.bsmny.org/classes/summer-2022/

Bloomingdale School of Music is offering a diverse set of in-person music summer camps and workshops in their beloved brownstone from July 11 through July 22, 2022. Bloomingdale classes aim to educate students and instill discipline, fun and a passion for self-expression through music through high-quality instruction throughout the year. Music has the power to change lives and the curriculum is designed to reflect this philosophy. The School offers classes for over 20 instruments and for students at all skill levels, as well as virtual options. From the Summer Voyagers program for young students beginning their musical journeys, to Strings and Piano Intensives for developing musicians, to the Guitar Week and Adult Guitar Weekend, Bloomingdale is offering unique programs for all age groups. Special Early Bird Pricing of $600 is available through March 15, 2022. To register and learn more, visit https://www.bsmny.org/classes/summer-2022/.

Viennese Wunderkinds
Dates: 7/11/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Reed College, Kaul Auditorium
  3203 SE Woodstock Blvd
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/viennese-wunderkinds/1536

Before his Hollywood fame, a young Erich Korngold was hailed in Vienna as the “Mozart of the 20th century”. He wrote his thrillingly virtuosic and joyful piano quintet when he was just 24! Delight in these breathtaking masterworks by two Viennese greats with a mélange of musicians on the Mozart, and Artistic Director Gloria Chien joining the dynamic Vianos for the Korngold.

Jul 12, 2022
New@Night: American Triptych
Dates: 7/13/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: The Armory, at Portland Center Stage
  128 NW 11th Ave
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/newnight-american-triptych/1531

New music can be both fun and intriguing! Meet your friends at The Armory, grab a beverage, and enjoy new music from three of America’s most exciting young composers.

Protégé Alumnus Spotlight: Benjamin Beilman - A Tribute to Kreisler
Dates: 7/12/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: PSU, Lincoln Recital Hall
  1620 SW Park Ave
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/venues/venues/psu-lincoln-recital-hall/93

Internationally renowned violinist Benjamin Beilman treats you to the music of the great violin virtuoso Fritz Kreisler, and the composers he imitated, stole from and honored — from Brahms to Paganini.

Jul 13, 2022
New@Night: American Triptych
Dates: 7/13/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: The Armory, at Portland Center Stage
  128 NW 11th Ave
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/newnight-american-triptych/1531

New music can be both fun and intriguing! Meet your friends at The Armory, grab a beverage, and enjoy new music from three of America’s most exciting young composers.

Jul 15, 2022
In the Heights
Dates: July 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 2022
Sponsor: Light Opera of NJ
Auditorium: South Orange Performing Arts Center
Contact: Jason Tramm
  1 SOPAC Way
  South Orange, NJ United States
Phone: 908-903-0700
e-mail: info@lonj.org
Web: http://lightoperaofnewjersey.org/

Light Opera of New Jersey continues its 26th Season of operetta and musical theatre with a production of Tony award-winning In the Heights. Based on a book by Quiara Alegria Hudes, in this Lin-Manuel Miranda’s smash hit musical, the scent of warm coffee hangs in the air of a bodega whose owner hopes, imagines and sings about a better life. The lively score features hip hop, salsa, merengue and soul music. Jeffrey Fiorello directs the production with musical direction by Gonzalo Valencia and choreography by Hector Andres. Tickets available at https://lightoperaofnewjersey.org/tickets/. Ticket prices range from $28-$58. LONJ is a premier operetta, opera, and musical theater company founded in 1995 by William Corson and Lauran Corson. To learn more about upcoming productions, visit https://lightoperaofnewjersey.org.

Jul 16, 2022
At-Home: English Expressions
Dates: 7/16/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Contact: Raina Parsons
  United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/2022-summer-festival/at-home-english-expressions/1604

Elgar’s bold tunes, striking color effects, and epic themes capture all the expanse and exhilaration of the English countryside. Then, our 2022 Protégé Composer Alistair Coleman takes us on a musical journey of his own with the world premiere of his equally soaring flute quintet.

Jul 17, 2022
Desert Chorale presents Pilgrimage: Songs of the Mediterranean Basin
Dates: July 17
Auditorium: Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
  131 Cathedral Place
  Santa Fe, NM United States
Phone: 5059882282
e-mail: boxoffice@desertchorale.org
Web: http://desertchorale.org/pilgrimage-songs-of-the-mediterranean-basin/

Celebrate the Santa Fe Desert Chorale's 40th Anniversary with their annual summer festival, one of the nation's largest choral events, featuring three distinct programs. Pilgrimage: Songs of the Mediterranean Basin Discovering the musical treasures of this diverse land. We explore the cross-pollination of cultures that call the Mediterranean Basin home, catching a glimpse of Spanish, North African, Jewish, and Arab peoples through their sacred and secular music. Fifteenth-century songs from the Spanish Cancionero de Palacio stand beside Moroccan folk melodies, Middle Eastern hymns, Levantine chants, and Sephardic love songs in a joyful celebration of this musically rich region. Multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Fattah Abbou, hailed as a “North African music master,” guitarist Jeremy Mayne, and percussionist Polly Tapia Ferber join sixteen Desert Chorale singers for a program that unites these Mediterranean cultures through song.

Eastern Inspirations
Dates: 7/17/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall
  1620 SW Park Ave
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/eastern-inspirations/1533

Eastern musical traditions have had a profound and exciting impact on classical music. Experience Japanese-inspired music by Ravel, the Persian and Balinese flavors of Henry Cowell, and Indian-American Reena Esmail’s integrative style in this concert of cultural connections.

Jul 18, 2022
Eastern Inspirations
Dates: 7/18/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Reed College, Kaul Auditorium
  3203 SE Woodstock Blvd
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/eastern-inspirations/1533

Eastern musical traditions have had a profound and exciting impact on classical music. Experience Japanese-inspired music by Ravel, the Persian and Balinese flavors of Henry Cowell, and Indian-American Reena Esmail’s integrative style in this concert of cultural connections.

Jul 19, 2022
New@Night: Andy Akiho “Seven Pillars” with Sandbox Percussion
Dates: 7/19/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Alberta Rose Theatre
  3000 NE Alberta St
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/newnight-andy-akihos-seven-pillars/1538

A “lush, brooding celebration of noise” (The New York Times), Seven Pillars was nominated for two Grammy Awards and the Pulitzer Prize in Music this year! Portland-based composer Andy Akiho and Sandbox Percussion join forces for this mesmerizing fusion of sound, light, and movement.

Jul 20, 2022
“East/West: A Symphonic Celebration” at Alice Tully
Dates: July 20
Sponsor: China Arts and Entertainment Group Ltd.
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
  1941 Broadway at W 65th St
  New York, NY United States
Phone: (212)721-6500
Web: http://www.lincolncenter.org/lincoln-center-at-home/show/eastwest-a-symphonic-celebration-359

On July 20 at 7:30 PM at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, Maestra Xian Zhang leads the New Jersey Symphony in “East/West: A Symphonic Celebration” featuring soloists: Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition-winning violinist Nancy Zhou, Chopin Competition prize-winner Chelsea Guo (piano), Esther Maureen Kelly (soprano), and Yongzhao Yu (tenor). The program features celebrated and groundbreaking works by acclaimed Chinese composers Qigang Chen, Jiping Zhao, Wang Shiguang, Sida Guo, and Zhang Qu alongside traditional Western composers Copland and Verdi. This concert is produced by China Arts and Entertainment Group Ltd. and is part of CAEG's Image China cultural exchange initiative.

Jul 21, 2022
An Evening with the Brentano Quartet
Dates: 7/21/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (The Reser)
  12625 SW Crescent St.
  Beaverton, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/an-evening-with-the-brentano-quartet/1539

Hailed as “fiercely intelligent and expressively pristine” (The New Yorker), the renowned Brentano Quartet bring their formidable passion and superb skill to robust interpretations of three masterworks by Haydn, Bartók, and Dvo?ák.

Jul 22, 2022
At-Home: Viennese Wunderkinds
Dates: 7/22/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
  United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/2022-summer-festival/at-home-viennese-wunderkinds/1605

Before his Hollywood fame, a young Erich Korngold was hailed in Vienna as the “Mozart of the 20th century”. He wrote his thrillingly virtuosic and joyful piano quintet when he was just 24! Delight in these breathtaking masterworks by two Viennese greats with a mélange of musicians on the Mozart, and Artistic Director Gloria Chien joining the dynamic Vianos for the Korngold.

Houston Symphony presents Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy
Dates: July 22 to 23
Sponsor: Houston Symphony
Auditorium: Sarofim Hall in the Hobby Center
Contact: Houston Symphony
  800 Bagby Street, Houston, TX 77002
  Houston, TX United States
Phone: 713-227-2787
e-mail: info@houstonballet.org
Web: http://houstonsymphony.org/tickets/concerts/distant-worlds-music-from-final-fantasy/

On July 22 and 23, 2022, *Houston Symphony* and AWR Music Productions, LLC present *Distant Worlds: Music from FINAL FANTASTY,* a symphonic tribute to one of the most prolific video game franchises in the world. Guest conductor and GRAMMY Award-winner Arnie Roth leads Houston Symphony on the Sarofim Hall stage to perform the beloved music of Japanese video game composer Nobuo Uematsu, while stunning imagery from the game series plays on 40-foot screens throughout the program.

Ihlombe! South African Choral Festival
Dates: July 22-29, 2022
Sponsor: Classical Movements
Contact: Classical Movements
  Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Soweto, South Africa
Phone: +1-703-683-6040
e-mail: info@classicalmovements.com
Web: http://www.classicalmovements.com/festival/ihlombe-south-african-choral-festival/

Founded in 2009 with a special focus on collaboration and service, Classical Movements‘ Ihlombe! South African Choral Festival features a true diversity of ensembles exchanging cultures through shared workshops, side-by-side rehearsals and outreach projects throughout the Rainbow Nation—all while performing for enthusiastic crowds in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Soweto and numerous communities across South Africa. Hailed as “the largest international choral gathering in South Africa” by the Cape Times, over the past decade, Ihlombe! has highlighted nearly 90 choirs from some 10 countries. Inspired by the Kalahari Bushmen, one of the oldest continuous cultures on Earth, Classical Movements’ 12th Ihlombe! South African Choral Festival will celebrate in song the traditions of humankind throughout the ages. Learning from the past, while joyously looking toward our future together, Ihlombe! 2022 invites vocal ensembles of all kinds, the world over to journey along with us.

Music for Maryland: Prince George’s County
Dates: Fri., July 22, 2022
Sponsor: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Auditorium: National Harbor on the Plaza Stage
Contact: Patron Support
  National Harbor on the Plaza Stage, National Harbor Boulevard
  Oxon Hill, MD United States
Phone: 410-783-8000
e-mail: PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org
Web: http://my.bsomusic.org/17995/18000

Overlook the Potomac as you listen to the BSO perform at the National Harbor in Prince George’s County. Perfect for a summer evening by the water this performance features playful music that sparks the imagination. The concert concludes with the University of Maryland’s Fight Song, go Terps! Help us bring music to our state! Music for Maryland Tour reservations are Pay-What-You-Wish encouraged, but not required. This is a general admission event taking place on the lawn, seating is not provided. You are encouraged to bring your own blankets or chairs. Dates, times, and locations are accurate as of the posting of the event information. For more information, visit www.BSOmusic.org or contact PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org or by phone at 410-783-8000 or toll free 877-276-1444.

Jul 23, 2022
Dawn Upshaw & Brentano Quartet: “Dido Reimagined”
Dates: 7/23/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Reed College, Kaul Auditorium
  3203 SE Woodstock Blvd
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/dawn-upshaw-brentano-quartet-dido-reimagined/1541

Internationally renowned soprano Dawn Upshaw and the Brentano Quartet join forces to explore the Renaissance world of Henry Purcell’s beloved opera Dido & Aeneas. Librettist Stephanie Fleischmann and Pulitzer Prize-winner Melinda Wagner created the groundbreaking Dido Reimagined — a new take on Dido’s tale with an unexpected ending.

Music for Maryland: Carroll County
Dates: Sat., July 23, 2022
Sponsor: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Auditorium: Carroll Community College Rotary Amphitheater
Contact: Patron Support
  Carroll Community College Rotary Amphitheater, 1601 Washington Road
  Westminster, MD United States
Phone: 410-783-8000
e-mail: PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org
Web: http://my.bsomusic.org/17996/18001

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra visits Carroll County for a family-friendly patriotic performance! Celebrate the land of the free and the home of the brave with works that honor Charles Carroll, the county’s namesake. Take a trip back to 1776 and the signing of the Declaration of Independence to hear music that Mr. Carroll might have enjoyed. Help us bring music to our state! Music for Maryland Tour reservations are Pay-What-You-Wish encouraged, but not required. This is a general admission event with seating available on a first-come, first-served basis. Dates, times, and locations are accurate as of the posting of the event information. For more information, visit www.BSOmusic.org or contact PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org or by phone at 410-783-8000 or toll free 877-276-1444.

Jul 24, 2022
Desert Chorale presents Mystics and Mavericks
Dates: July 24 at 4:00pm
Auditorium: Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
  131 Cathedral Place
  Santa Fe, NM United States
Phone: 5059882282
e-mail: boxoffice@desertchorale.org
Web: http://desertchorale.org/mystics-and-mavericks/

Celebrate the Santa Fe Desert Chorale's 40th Anniversary with their annual summer festival. Mystics and Mavericks Celebrating female sages and innovators, both ancient and modern. Showcasing works of medieval feminists ahead of their time: Kassia, the only woman composer in the Byzantine liturgical canon and Hildegard von Bingen, a patron saint of musicians. Celebrated sound artist Meredith Monk, MacArthur fellow, two-time Guggenheim fellow, and National Medal of Arts recipient, brings a selection of works that was recently released for choral performance, and (to our knowledge) has not been heard in New Mexico. Caminante, the Chorale’s 2022 commissioned bilingual work by award-winning composer Jocelyn Hagen enjoys its world premiere. We are also proud to feature another composition from our 2021 commissioned composer, Reena Esmail. Music by Moira Smiley, an in-demand American singer and composer whose choral works are performed around the world, rounds out this powerful program.

Sinta Saxophone Quartet: American Voices
Dates: 7/24/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall
  1620 SW Park Ave
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/sinta-quartet-american-voices/1542

The acclaimed Sinta Quartet is on a mission to bring the versatility, unique sound, and excitement of the saxophone to audiences everywhere. Immerse yourself in this entertaining program influenced by jazz and folk styles. Artistic Director Soovin Kim and pianist Gilles Vonsattel will be featured in concerto-like works with the Sinta Quartet, including a new arrangement of Rhapsody in Blue.

Jul 25, 2022
PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall
Dates: 7/25/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Reed College, Kaul Auditorium
  1620 SW Park Ave
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/sinta-quartet-american-voices/1542

The acclaimed Sinta Quartet is on a mission to bring the versatility, unique sound, and excitement of the saxophone to audiences everywhere. Immerse yourself in this entertaining program influenced by jazz and folk styles. Artistic Director Soovin Kim and pianist Gilles Vonsattel will be featured in concerto-like works with the Sinta Quartet, including a new arrangement of Rhapsody in Blue.

Jul 26, 2022
Desert Chorale presents Pilgrimage: Songs of the Mediterranean Basin
Dates: July 26 at 7:30pm
Auditorium: Cristo Rey Catholic Church
  1120 Canyon Rd
  Santa Fe, NM United States
Phone: 5059882282
e-mail: boxoffice@desertchorale.org
Web: http://desertchorale.org/pilgrimage-songs-of-the-mediterranean-basin/

Celebrate the Santa Fe Desert Chorale's 40th Anniversary with their annual summer festival, one of the nation's largest choral events, featuring three distinct programs. Pilgrimage: Songs of the Mediterranean Basin Discovering the musical treasures of this diverse land. We explore the cross-pollination of cultures that call the Mediterranean Basin home, catching a glimpse of Spanish, North African, Jewish, and Arab peoples through their sacred and secular music. Fifteenth-century songs from the Spanish Cancionero de Palacio stand beside Moroccan folk melodies, Middle Eastern hymns, Levantine chants, and Sephardic love songs in a joyful celebration of this musically rich region. Multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Fattah Abbou, hailed as a “North African music master,” guitarist Jeremy Mayne, and percussionist Polly Tapia Ferber join sixteen Desert Chorale singers for a program that unites these Mediterranean cultures through song.

Protégé Artist Spotlight: Anna Lee
Dates: 7/26/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall
  1620 SW Park Ave
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/protege-artists-spotlight-anna-lee/1543

Protégé Artist Anna Lee began violin studies at the age of four and she debuted as a symphony soloist just a year and a half later! Come listen to Anna’s electrifying CMNW premiere in this special recital featuring her favorite music.

Jul 27, 2022
Desert Chorale presents: Mystics and Mavericks
Dates: July 27 at 7:30pm
Auditorium: Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
  131 Cathedral Place
  Santa Fe, NM United States
Phone: 5059882282
e-mail: boxoffice@desertchorale.org
Web: http://desertchorale.org/mystics-and-mavericks/

Celebrate the Santa Fe Desert Chorale's 40th Anniversary with their annual summer festival. Mystics and Mavericks Celebrating female sages and innovators, both ancient and modern. Showcasing works of medieval feminists ahead of their time: Kassia, the only woman composer in the Byzantine liturgical canon and Hildegard von Bingen, a patron saint of musicians. Celebrated sound artist Meredith Monk, MacArthur fellow, two-time Guggenheim fellow, and National Medal of Arts recipient, brings a selection of works that was recently released for choral performance, and (to our knowledge) has not been heard in New Mexico. Caminante, the Chorale’s 2022 commissioned bilingual work by award-winning composer Jocelyn Hagen enjoys its world premiere. We are also proud to feature another composition from our 2021 commissioned composer, Reena Esmail. Music by Moira Smiley, an in-demand American singer and composer whose choral works are performed around the world, rounds out this powerful program.

New@Night: “Terroir” (A Sense of Place)
Dates: 7/27/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: The Armory, at Portland Center Stage
  128 NW 11th Ave
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/newnight-david-schiffs-vineyard-rhythms-more/1544

Last chance for the summer! Join us at The Armory for a glass of fine Oregon wine or craft beer and a sneak preview of David Schiff’s new Vineyard Rhythms, along with more new music inspired by the land.

Jul 28, 2022
Seasonal Rhythms
Dates: 7/28/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (The Reser)
  12625 SW Crescent St.
  Beaverton, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/seasonal-rhythms/1547

Experience the world premiere of David Schiff’s Vineyard Rhythms, celebrating the hibernation-to-harvest life of an Oregon vineyard, plus Tchaikovsky’s Seasons and Piazzolla’s Tango-inspired Four Seasons of Buenos Aires. It’s three full “years” around the world of not-to-miss music!

Jul 29, 2022
At-Home: Colors of Debussy & Crumb
Dates: 7/29/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
  United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/2022-summer-festival/at-home-colors-of-debussy-crumb/1606

Claude Debussy and American trailblazer George Crumb are masters of creating vibrant sonic kaleidoscopes. Debussy captures all the color, light, and emotion of an Impressionist painting. With A Journey Beyond Time, Crumb combines the human voice with an array of more than 100 instruments to explore the heart and soul of Black American spirituals.

Desert Chorale presents: The Sounding Sea
Dates: July 29 at 7:30pm
Auditorium: Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
  131 Cathedral Place
  Santa Fe, NM United States
Phone: 5059882282
e-mail: boxoffice@desertchorale.org
Web: http://desertchorale.org/the-sounding-sea/

Celebrate the Santa Fe Desert Chorale's 40th Anniversary with their annual summer festival, one of the nation's largest choral events, featuring three distinct programs. The Sounding Sea In the high desert of New Mexico, water is a precious resource. We reflect on our relationship with this most essential element of life through this program, in collaboration with pianist Nathan Salazar. An exciting new generation of American composers is featured: Jake Runestad (Waves), Mason Bates (Sirens), and Matthew Lyon Hazzard (The Prow, When We are Gone). Also featured is Canticum Calamitatis Maritimae (Song of Maritime Disaster) by Jaako Mäntyjärvi, inspired by the 1994 sinking of the MS Estonia in which 852 lives were lost. As one of the leading American chamber choirs, the Desert Chorale embraces its role in preserving our country’s folk music heritage. This program closes with a combination of American sacred harp, spiritual, and folk arrangements.

Houston Symphony presents Common
Dates: July 29 to 30
Auditorium: Sarofim Hall in the Hobby Center
Contact: Houston Symphony
  800 Bagby Street Houston, TX 77002
  Houston, TX United States
Phone: 713-227-2787
e-mail: info@houstonballet.org
Web: http://houstonsymphony.org/tickets/concerts/common-with-the-houston-symphony/

Academy Award, Golden Globe, Emmy and three-time Grammy Award-winning hip-hop artist, actor and activist Common returns by popular demand to join Houston Symphony at Sarofim Hall for two unforgettable performances. Led by Principal POPS Conductor Steven Reineke, the multi-talented artist will perform some of his most memorable hits on Friday, July 29, and Saturday, July 30 at 7:30 p.m.

Jul 30, 2022
Desert Chorale presents: Mystics and Mavericks
Dates: July 30 at 7:30pm
Auditorium: Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
  131 Cathedral Place
  Santa Fe, NM United States
Phone: 5059882282
e-mail: boxoffice@desertchorale.org
Web: http://desertchorale.org/mystics-and-mavericks/

Celebrate the Santa Fe Desert Chorale's 40th Anniversary with their annual summer festival. Mystics and Mavericks Celebrating female sages and innovators, both ancient and modern. Showcasing works of medieval feminists ahead of their time: Kassia, the only woman composer in the Byzantine liturgical canon and Hildegard von Bingen, a patron saint of musicians. Celebrated sound artist Meredith Monk, MacArthur fellow, two-time Guggenheim fellow, and National Medal of Arts recipient, brings a selection of works that was recently released for choral performance, and (to our knowledge) has not been heard in New Mexico. Caminante, the Chorale’s 2022 commissioned bilingual work by award-winning composer Jocelyn Hagen enjoys its world premiere. We are also proud to feature another composition from our 2021 commissioned composer, Reena Esmail. Music by Moira Smiley, an in-demand American singer and composer whose choral works are performed around the world, rounds out this powerful program.

Music for Maryland: Calvert County
Dates: Sat., July 30, 2022
Sponsor: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Auditorium: PNC Waterside Pavilion at the Calvert Marine Museum
Contact: Patron Support
  PNC Waterside Pavilion at the Calvert Marine Museum, 14200 Solomons Island Road
  Solomons, MD United States
Phone: 410-783-8000
e-mail: patronsupport@BSOmusic.org
Web: http://my.bsomusic.org/17997/18002

The Patuxent River makes the perfect backdrop as the BSO stops at the PNC Waterside Pavilion at the Calvert Marine Museum in Calvert County, home of the beloved Maryland blue crabs. Jonathan Leshnoff’s Dancing Blue Crabs! is an American favorite you won’t want to miss. From the mountains to the sea this is a perfect summer concert for the family! Help us bring music to our state! Music for Maryland Tour reservations are Pay-What-You-Wish encouraged, but not required. Reservations for this concert are required, please note that you must have a ticket to attend. This is a general admission event with seating available on a first-come, first-served basis. Dates, times, and locations are accurate as of the posting of the event information. For more information, visit www.BSOmusic.org or contact PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org or by phone at 410-783-8000 or toll free 877-276-1444.

Musical Celebration of Life Service for Bass-Baritone Jake Gardner
Dates: Saturday, July 30, 2022
Sponsor: Soprano Jill Gardner
Auditorium: Wait Chapel on the Wake Forest University Campus
Contact: Jill Gardner
  1834 Wake Forest Road
  Winston-Salem, NC United States
Phone: 607-624-1253
e-mail: jillbgardner@aol.com

All are cordially invited to A Musical Celebration Service to honor the life and legacy of Bass-Baritone Jake Gardner. This service will take place on Saturday, July 30, 2022 at 3pm in Wait Chapel on the Wake Forest University Campus in Winston-Salem, NC.

Shades of Impressionism
Dates: 7/30/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Reed College, Kaul Auditorium
  3203 SE Woodstock Blvd
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/shades-of-impressionism/1548

Before the emergence of the Impressionists, French composers Debussy, Chausson, and Franck introduced a new sound of vibrant brushstrokes. Mezzo-soprano Fleur Barron’s alluring voice, with the artistry of pianists Gilles Vonsattel and Gloria Chien, reveal the many colors of these romantic masters.

Jul 31, 2022
Desert Chorale presents: The Sounding Sea
Dates: July 31 at 4:00pm
Auditorium: Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
  131 Cathedral Place
  Santa Fe, NM United States
Phone: 5059882282
e-mail: boxoffice@desertchorale.org
Web: http://desertchorale.org/the-sounding-sea/

Celebrate the Santa Fe Desert Chorale's 40th Anniversary with their annual summer festival, one of the nation's largest choral events, featuring three distinct programs. The Sounding Sea In the high desert of New Mexico, water is a precious resource. We reflect on our relationship with this most essential element of life through this program, in collaboration with pianist Nathan Salazar. An exciting new generation of American composers is featured: Jake Runestad (Waves), Mason Bates (Sirens), and Matthew Lyon Hazzard (The Prow, When We are Gone). Also featured is Canticum Calamitatis Maritimae (Song of Maritime Disaster) by Jaako Mäntyjärvi, inspired by the 1994 sinking of the MS Estonia in which 852 lives were lost. As one of the leading American chamber choirs, the Desert Chorale embraces its role in preserving our country’s folk music heritage. This program closes with a combination of American sacred harp, spiritual, and folk arrangements.

Festival Finale: Love & Transformation
Dates: 7/31/2022
Sponsor: Chamber Music Northwest
Auditorium: Reed College, Kaul Auditorium
  3203 SE Woodstock Blvd
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: 5032946400
e-mail: marketing@cmnw.org
Web: http://cmnw.org/concerts-tickets/all-concerts-events/festival-finale-love-transformation/1553

Our festival concludes with stories of love and transformation through the deeply expressive music of Strauss and Schoenberg. Written at the turn of the century, these masterworks paint pictures of lovers’ dilemmas, marital bliss, and the transcendent power of ultimate forgiveness and love.



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