2019 GUIDE TO FESTIVALS



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Aspen Music Festival and School
Aspen Music Festival and School
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
As the Aspen Music Festival and School celebrates its 70th anniversary, Music Director Robert Spano leads a season themed "Being American," with programming that reflects the diversity of the American experience. Works include music by Gershwin, Ives, Barber, Bernstein, and Copland; settings of literary works by Whitman, Dickinson, Melville, and Poe; works by émigrés such as Bartók, Rachmaninoff, and Stravinsky; and works by more recent American composers such as Wynton Marsalis, Phillip Glass, John Adams, Andrew Norman, Kati Agócs, Gabriela Lena Frank, and Vijay Iyer.
LOCATION
Aspen, Colorado
WEBSITE
DATES
June 27 - August 18, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Robert Spano
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$0 to $90
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 970-925-9042
BOOKING CONTACTS
Booking cycle date range
May 2019 for Summer 2020
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Bang on a Can's Loud Weekend Festival at MASS MoCA
Bang on a Can's Loud Weekend Festival at MASS MoCA
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
"Loud Weekend" is 3 days of today's most exciting and adventurous new music in the beautiful Berkshire mountains. Performances include Philip Glass' Dracula (with film), Bang on a Can All-Stars, Ben Frostm Sun Ra Arkestra, Contact (Toronto) plays Brian Eno's Discreet Music, David Lang, Dither Guitar Quartet, Horse Lords, Julianna Barwick, Julia Wolfe, Michael Gordon, Michael Riesman, Pamela Z, plus the 40 members of the Bang on a Can Summer Music Institute, a residency program taking place from July 15-Aug 1.
LOCATION
Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
1040 MASS MoCA WAY
North Adams, Massachusetts
WEBSITE
DATES
August 2 - August 4, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTORS
Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe
GENRE
New/Contemporary/Avant Garde Music
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$25 to $90
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 413-662-2111
BOOKING CONTACTS
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Bard Music Festival/Bard SummerScape
Bard Music Festival/Bard SummerScape
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
In 2019, its 30th-anniversary year, the Bard Music Festival will explore the life, work, and legacy of Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897-1957), the last great exponent of the vocabulary of late Romanticism, whose career is the mirror image of the peculiar trajectory of 20th-century music. Highlights include a semi-staged performance of Korngold's Die tote Stadt; a program of music for film centered around The Adventures of Robin Hood, featuring works by Max Steiner, Franz Waxman, Bernard Herrmann, and Alfred Newman; and a look at America through operettas from the early 20th century. The festival will open with an all-Korngold program, surveying his work beginning with Der Schneemann, through scores connected to his career in Hollywood. Programs will highlight the work of teachers and admirers; influences of popular music; development of the film musical; and music written during and after World War II. Audience will have the rare opportunity to hear Korngold's Piano Concerto for the Left Hand, Op. 17 (performed by Orion Weiss), as well as his majestic Symphony, Op. 40, among other works. Orchestral forces include the American Symphony Orchestra (ASO) and The Orchestra Now, conducted by Leon Botstein.
LOCATION
Richard B. Fisher Center of the Performing Arts, Bard College
Annandale-On-Hudson, New York
WEBSITE
DATES
June 1 - August 18, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTORS
Leon Botstein, Christopher H. Gibbs, Gideon Lester
GENRES
Classical • Opera • Theater • Dance
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$25 to $105
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 845-758-7900
BOOKING CONTACTS
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Bay Chamber Concerts Screen Door Festival
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Internationale Beethovenfeste Bonn
Internationale Beethovenfeste Bonn
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Friday, 7 pm, September 20
Louis Lortie Klavier
Franz Liszt: Années de pèlerinage
Saturday, 8 pm, September 21
Sarah Maria Sun Sopran
Ensemble Modern I HK Gruber Dirigent
Werke von Arnold Schönberg und Kurt Weill
Sunday, September 22, 6 pm
Ronald Brautigam Hammerklavier
Werke von Ludwig van Beethoven
Tuesday, September 24, 8 pm
Carolin Widmann Violine
NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester I Alan Gilbert Dirigent
Werke von Ludwig van Beethoven und Enno Poppe
Wednesday, September 25, 8 pm
Christian Gerhaher Bariton I Gerold Huber Klavier
Werke von Benjamin Britten, Johannes Brahms und Modest Mussorgsky
Thursday, September 26, 8 pm
Pierre-Laurent Aimard Klavier
Werke von Ludwig van Beethoven, Olivier Messiaen, György Ligeti and Pierre Boulez
LOCATION
Beethovenhalle Bonn and other locations in Bonn, Germany
WEBSITE
DATES
September 6 - September 29, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Prof. Dr. Nike Wagner
GENRES
Classical • Jazz • Dance and Performance
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$9 to $115
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: +40 (0)228 50201313
BOOKING CONTACTS
Booking cycle date range
Spring 2019 for Autumn 2019
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Berkeley Festival & Exhibition
Berkeley Festival & Exhibition
WHAT DISTINGUISHES THIS FESTIVAL?
Reimagining, Reinventing, Redefining Early Music: The early music revival has given us rediscovered masterworks and has changed how we perform, understand, and hear the music of earlier times. At BFX, we embrace the historical scope of music from the end of Classical antiquity to the eve of modernism.
LOCATION
Berkeley, California
-St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 2300 Bancroft Way
-First Congregational Church, 2345 Channing Way
-First Presbyterian Church, 2407 Dana Street
WEBSITE
DATES
June 7 - June 14, 2020
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$15 to $56
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 510-528-1725
BOOKING CONTACTS
Booking cycle date range
Spring 2019 for Summer 2020
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Berkshire Choral International
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Besançon International Music Festival
Besançon International Music Festival
WHAT DISTINGUISHES THIS FESTIVAL?
The Besançon Festival is one of France's oldest and most prestigious music festivals. Open to recitals and chamber music, symphonic repertoire nevertheless embodies the true spirit of the festival. It also has organized the Besançon International Competition for Young Conductors since 1951, and a composer's residence since 2004.
LOCATION
Besançon, France:
-Kursaal
-Besançon, Théâtre Ledoux
-Besançon, Cathédrale Saint-Jean
-Vesoul, Théâtre Edwige Feuillère
-Belfort, Maison du Peuple
-Lons-le-Saunier, Théâtre
-Dole, La Commanderie
WEBSITE
DATES
September 6 - September 21, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Jean-Michel Mathé
GENRES
Classical • Jazz • Ethnic
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$0 to $49
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: +33 38 18 20 872
BOOKING CONTACTS
Booking cycle date range
Spring 2019 for Fall 2021
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Bach Choir of Bethlehem: 112th Bethlehem Bach Festival
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Blossom Music Festival - Summer Home of The Cleveland Orchestra
Blossom Music Festival - Summer Home of The Cleveland Orchestra
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
This summer, discover rising stars, experience living legends, and welcome back returning friends. Seventeen soloists, conductors, and special guest performers will be making debuts this summer, continuing The Cleveland Orchestra's commitment to bring emerging young artists to Northeast Ohio during its annual summer festival. In addition to these sensational newcomers, Blossom audience favorites join music legends in thrilling performances on the festival stage.
This exciting and varied slate of artists and conductors includes American conductor Roderick Cox; rising jazz superstar pianist Aaron Diehl; pianist and composer Conrad Tao; Finnish conductor Klaus Mäkelä; 17-year-old Swedish violin prodigy Daniel Lozakovich; legendary classical guitarist Pepe Romero; Brian Wilson, legendary songwriter and co-founder of The Beach Boys, along with long-time bandmates Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin; Peter Yarrow and Noel "Paul" Stookey-singer-songwriters from the influential American folk group Peter, Paul and Mary; vocalist Capathia Jenkins; and the films Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back-live!
LOCATION
Blossom Music Center
1145 West Steels Corners Road
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
WEBSITE
DATES
June 9 - September 1, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Franz Welser-Möst
GENRES
Classical • Pop/Folk • Jazz
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$25 to $121
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 800-686-1141
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Boston Early Music Festival
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Bowdoin International Music Festival
Bowdoin International Music Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
The Bowdoin International Music Festival is one of the world's premiere music institutes, providing an intensive and in-depth exploration of chamber and solo music. Every summer, 250 students make life-long connections with peers, enhance musicianship through study and performance, and engage with world-renowned faculty.
Festival faculty come to Bowdoin from leading conservatories including Curtis, Cincinnati Conservatory, Cleveland Institute of Music, Eastman, Indiana, Oberlin, Juilliard, Manhattan School of Music, Mannes, New England Conservatory, Peabody, Rice, Royal College of Music, and University of Southern California, among others. At Bowdoin, these faculty members are dedicated to collaborating with and guiding the next generation's most promising artists.
LOCATION
Brunswick, Maine
WEBSITE
DATES
June 23 - August 4, 2018
ARTISTIC DIRECTORS
David Ying and Phillip Ying
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$0 to $45
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 207-373-1400
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Bravo! Vail
Bravo! Vail
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
A musical journey awaits you, nestled in the majestic Rocky Mountains. Join in a voyage of transcendence and discovery through Bravo! Vail's electrifying 2019 summer season. Experience the Chamber Orchestra Vienna -Berlin-a unique collaboration of two of the world's most prestigious ensembles-in its North American debut, and a revolutionary immersive production of Puccini's Tosca with The Philadelphia Orchestra, the first staged opera in Bravo's history. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic return, offering truly extraordinary performances of classical masterworks and popular favorites, together with renowned guest artists from around the world. Continue the journey with intimate chamber artistry, family-friendly fun, and illuminating educational programs, all in gorgeous settings and unique venues throughout the Vail Valley. Savor the celebration of music, nature, and community that is Bravo! Vail.
LOCATION
Vail, Colorado
WEBSITE
DATES
June 20 - August 4, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Anne-Marie McDermott
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$29 to $150
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 877-812-5700
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Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music
Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
America's longest-running festival of new orchestral music celebrates its 57th season with three world premieres, one U.S. premiere, and nine West Coast premieres. The Festival is led by Music Director and Conductor Cristian Macelaru. Each summer audiences are joined by both preeminent and emerging composers, an orchestra of dedicated professional musicians, and renowned guest artists from across the globe to give voice to works that are rarely more than a year or two old. With a professional training workshop for early career conductors and composers, open rehearsals, educational programming, and a street fair showcasing local performers and artists, the festival offers dozens of opportunities for meaningful engagement.
This year's festival features 12 composers in residence, including Preben Antonsen, Clarice Assad, Anna Clyne, Dan Dediu, Melody Eotvos, Vivian Fung, Jake Heggie, Kristin Kuster, Hannah Lash, Wynton Marsalis and Nina Young. Guests artists include Clarice Assad, Jamie Barton, Roomful of Teeth, Inbal Negev, Sarah Fuller, and Nicola Benedetti.
LOCATION
Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, California
WEBSITE
DATES
July 28 - August 11, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Cristian Macelaru
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$30 to $65
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 831-426-6966
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Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Caramoor presents a variety of top-notch music this summer, with many concerts unique to the region, ranging from cutting-edge compositions to the finest in period-instrument early music, and from orchestral and chamber masterpieces to jazz, roots, and world music. Seven weeks of programming continues to build on longstanding traditions while increasingly embodying the full potential of Caramoor's spectacular grounds, stellar performance venues, and notable history.
Highlights include a spotlight on the music of Pulitzer Prize-winner Caroline Shaw plus music from 14 other living composers, including regional premieres; a rare opportunity to hear peerless French pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard perform Messiaen's complete Catalogue d'oiseaux; and a recital by Russian superstar pianist Daniil Trifonov. Among the performers of Shaw's pieces are Grammy-winning vocal group Roomful of Teeth, singer Davóne Tines, and pianist Jonathan Biss, who plays the New York premiere of Shaw's new piano concerto, Watermark. Concerto performances by cellist Alisa Weilerstein and violinist Christian Tetzlaff with the resident Orchestra of St. Luke's open and close the season. Also in this season's vocal lineup: Renowned mezzo-soprano Vivica Genaux appears in concert with New York Baroque Incorporated; the Boston Early Music Festival presents French chamber operas; and Anthony Roth Costanzo and Paul Appleby perform with composer/pianist Matthew Aucoin. Chamber offerings include concerts featuring the Takács, Dover, Omer, and Aizuri Quartets; and superlative mandolinist Avi Avital performs with the Venice Baroque Orchestra. Caramoor's Jazz Festival is headlined by the Eddie Palmieri Salsa Orchestra, the Milk Carton Kids headline the American Roots Festival, world music artists are featured throughout the season, and an ongoing exhibition of sound artwork is dispersed throughout the grounds.
LOCATION
Katonah, New York:
-Rosen House
-Spanish Courtyard
-Venetian Theater
WEBSITE
DATES
June 15 - July 28, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Kathy Schuman
GENRES
Classical • Pop/Folk • Jazz • Ethnic • Opera
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$10 to $110
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 914-232-1252
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Carinthian Summer Music Festival
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Carmel Bach Festival
Carmel Bach Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
The Carmel Bach Festival presents its 82nd performance season, July 13-27, 2019, in venues throughout Carmel, Carmel Valley, Monterey, and Pebble Beach, California. This year's schedule features more than 40 events including main concerts, recitals, and a Music and Ideas series. "The 2019 Carmel Bach Festival celebrates the spirit of creativity with two weeks of concerts centered on artistic and spiritual enrichment, creation and joy!" said Paul Goodwin, artistic director and principal conductor.
LOCATION
Carmel-by-the-Sea, California
WEBSITE
DATES
July 13 - July 27, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Paul Goodwin
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$20 to $128
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 831-624-1521
BOOKING CONTACTS
Steve Friedlander, Executive Director
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Central City Opera 2019 Festival
Central City Opera 2019 Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Delight in the glorious music of Puccini's Madama Butterfly and Britten's beloved Billy Budd featuring artists from around the world. Revel in the remarkable voices of the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Artists performing a double bill of The Blessed Damozel and Litanies to the Black Virgin. Experience musical theater favorites in "Encore: A Musical Revue" for two nights when Central City Opera trades cabaletta for cabaret. Be inspired by exquisite opera this summer in the world-renowned jewel box theater nestled in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
LOCATION
Central City Opera House
124 Eureka Street
Central City, Colorado
WEBSITE
DATES
July 6 - August 6, 2019
GENERAL/ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Pelham G. Pearce
GENRE
Opera
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$31 to $108
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 303-292-6700
SOCIAL LINKS
        

Chamber Music Northwest Summer Festival
Chamber Music Northwest Summer Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
This summer, our 49th season will celebrate an incredible variety of chamber music- classics to contemporary music, clarinet masters to string quartets, plus opera, jazz, world premieres, and more. Join us for more than 75 concerts and events featuring nearly 100 chamber music works-including masterpieces by Dvorák, Mozart, Copland, Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, and Beethoven-performed by 80-plus internationally renowned artists including Edgar Meyer, Yura Lee, Jeffrey Kahane, Corrado Giufreddi, Gilles Vonsattel, Romie de Guise-Langlois, our new Artistic Director Designees Gloria Chien and Soovin Kim, and many more!
LOCATION
Portland, Oregon
WEBSITE
DATES
June 24 - July 28, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
David Shifrin
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$10 to $62.50
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 503-294-6400
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Chautauqua Music Festival
Chautauqua Music Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Chautauqua Institution's summer season of performing and visual arts contains an impressive array of offerings in an idyllic lakeside setting. Festival highlights include weekly performances by resident companies including the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra, Chautauqua Opera, and Chautauqua Theater, along with pre-professional schools of Music, Visual Art, Theater, and Dance. Additional visiting-performance series include Popular Entertainment, Chamber Music, Dance, and Family Entertainment.
LOCATION
Chautauqua, New York
WEBSITE
DATES
June 22 - August 25, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTORS
Rossen Milanov, CSO; Timothy Muffitt, MSFO; Marlena Malas, voice; Alexander Gavrylyuk,John Milbauer and Nicola Mellville, piano
GENRES
Classical • Pop/Folk • Jazz
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$10 to $150
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 716-357-6250
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Chigiana International Festival & Summer Academy
Chigiana International Festival & Summer Academy
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
July 6: Fabio Luisi conducts Beethoven VI Symphony (Pastoral) and Caikovskij Piano Concerto n.1, with Lilya Zilberstein. July 9: Mari Kimura violin, Xenakis Mikka. July 10: Lilya Zilberstein, pianoforte, Anton Gerzenberg, pianoforte, Daniel Gerzenberg, pianoforte: Scriabin Sonata n. 3 in fa diesis min. op. 23, Beethoven Sonata n. 23 in fa min. op. 57 Appassionata, Czerny Rondeau brillante op. 227, Schubert Fantasia in fa min. op. 103, Poulenc Sonata per due pianoforti FP 156. July 29, Bernardini & Vidolin @ 70: Monica Bacelli, mezzo-soprano; Roberto Fabbriciani, flauto, Ivo Nilsson, trombone, Alvise Vidolin, Nicola Bernardini live electronics, Bernardini new work in world premiere, Berio Altra voce Pousseur / Fabbriciani Zeus joueur de flutes, Xenakis Keren, Xenakis Orient - Occident. August 2: Chigiana meets Siena Jazz with soloists and percussion ensemble plus Siena Jazz University Orchestra, Orchestra dei Conservatori della Toscana in works by F. Zappa / Ch. Mingus. August 4: Daniele Gatti conducting masterclass concert with the Orchestra Giovanile Italiana. August 7: Eliot Fisk, guitar. August 13: Bruno Letort and Quartetto Nous.
LOCATION
Siena, Tuscany, Italy
WEBSITE
DATES
July 6 - August 31, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Nicola Sani
GENRES
Classical • Music of the 20th & 21st Centuries
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$0 to $25
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: +39 (0) 57722091
BOOKING CONTACTS
Cesare Mancini, assistant to artistic director Nicola Sani
Booking cycle date range
Fall 2019 for Summer 2020
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The International Music Festival 'Chopin and his Europe'
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Cincinnati May Festival
Cincinnati May Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
The May Festival tells stories of our shared humanity through the enveloping sound of a hundred voices and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Highlights include Bach at the Basilica, April 14, 2019 at Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption - Covington, KY; Roomful of Teeth, May 15, 2019 at Woodward Theater, Cincinnati, OH; The Immortal, May 17 at Music Hall - Cincinnati, OH, includes works by Brahms, Vaughan Williams, Mark Simpson (U.S. Premiere of The Immortal). Silences Between: Last Words from the Cross, May 18, 2019 - Music Hall; works by Poulenc, James MacMillan. Seven Last Words from the Cross Sounds of the City - Free Concert May 19, 2019, Music Hall, featuring May Festival Community Chorus and multiple choruses from across Cincinnati. Mahler and Mussorgsky: Games of Thrones May 24, 2019, Music Hall, works by Mahler, Boito, Mussorgsky. Bach's St. Matthew Passion, May 25, 2019, Music Hall. Considering Matthew Shepard, May 23, 2019 at Patricia Corbett Theater at the University of Cincinnati. Matthew Shepard, the victim of one of the worst anti-gay hate crimes in history, has inspired this oratorio by Grammy-winning conductor and composer Craig Hella Johnson. He conducts from the piano, incorporating a variety of musical styles with Matthew Shepard's journal entries and other poignant texts.
LOCATION
Cincinnati, Ohio:
-Music Hall
-Woodward Theater
-Patricia Corbett Theater at the University of Cincinnati
Covington, Kentucky: Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption
WEBSITE
DATES
April 14 - May 23, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Principal Conductor Juanjo Mena
GENRES
Classical • Choral
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$27 to $99
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 513-381-3300
SOCIAL LINKS
      

Cork International Choral Festival
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Crested Butte Music Festival
Crested Butte Music Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Now in its 23rd year, the Crested Butte Music Festival presents outstanding performances in diverse musical genres with accompanying hands-on educational programs each summer. In 2018, over 130 world-class artists from all over the nation participated in the festival. Residents and visitors of rural Gunnison County have access to performances and educational opportunities. Local outreach efforts include collaborations with the music and art curriculum at the Crested Butte Community School, while other educational programs like the Frank Vignola Guitar Camp attract gypsy jazz guitar students and enthusiasts of all ages. The Bluegrass Kids Camp is a folk and bluegrass-based string program for children learning fiddle, mandolin, and guitar and culminates in ensemble performances.
This year marks the third year of two new initiatives for developing professionals and passionate amateur musicians. The Orchestral Fellows Program provides conservatory and music school students the unique opportunity to perform orchestral concerts and chamber music, side-by-side with the professional musicians in the Festival Orchestra. The Chamber Music Intensive caters to serious amateur musicians who will be coached by world-class musicians. The intensive provides focused chamber music study with ample performance experience.
LOCATION
Crested Butte, Colorado
WEBSITE
DATES
July 5 - July 31, 2018
ARTISTIC DIRECTORS
Emily and Erik Peterson
GENRES
Classical • Pop/Folk • Jazz
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$0 to $200
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 970-300-3409
BOOKING CONTACTS
SOCIAL LINKS
        

Decoda|Skidmore Chamber Music Institute
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Des Moines Metro Opera
Des Moines Metro Opera
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Des Moines Metro Opera's 47th Summer Festival features the revival of Giacomo Puccini's La Bohème along with new productions of Leonard Bernstein's Candide, Alban Berg's Wozzeck, and Lee Hoiby's Bon Appetit.
LOCATION
Blank Performing Arts Center
513 North D Street
Indianola, Iowa
WEBSITE
DATES
June 28 - July 21, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Michael Egel
GENRES
Classical • Opera
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$37 to $101
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 515-961-6221
BOOKING CONTACTS
Samuel Carroll, Artistic Administrator
Booking cycle date range
Fall 2019 for Summer 2020
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