2019 GUIDE TO FESTIVALS



23rd Istanbul Theatre Festival
23rd Istanbul Theatre Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
The 22nd Istanbul Theatre Festival will be hosting many theatre and dance companies from around the world. The program also features panels, film screenings, master classes, and workshops with the participation of international guests and experts.
The "International Platform" of the festival, which was organized for the first time in 2014, will continue in 2019 to ensure that successful examples of the local theatre stage are included in the programs of various festivals and institutions abroad and reach a wider audience.
LOCATION
Istanbul, Turkey
WEBSITE
DATES
November 15 - December 1, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Leman Yilmaz
GENRE
Theatre
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$5 to $80
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: +902123340785
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Jazz & Beyond: Carson City Music Festival
Jazz & Beyond: Carson City Music Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Big bands, combos, jam sessions, lectures, Mile High Jazz Band Basie Birthday Bash on August 21, Reno Jazz Orchestra at Capitol Amphitheater, August 25, 2019
LOCATION
Venues in Carson City, Nevada
WEBSITE
DATES
August 9 - August 25, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
David C. Bugli
GENRES
Pop/Folk • Jazz • Ethnic
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$0 to $10
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 775-883-4154
BOOKING CONTACTS
Booking cycle date range
Winter 2019 for August 2019
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La Jolla Music Society SummerFest
La Jolla Music Society SummerFest
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
La Jolla Music Society SummerFest 2019, August 2-23, 2019 marks pianist Inon Barnatan's inaugural year as music director, as well as its first summer in The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center, the new home of La Jolla Music Society which celebrates its 50th anniversary this season. The Festival welcomes many distinguished artists and ensembles, many of whom are returning festival favorites, as well as several LJMS debuts from a highly select roster of rising artists and composers.
LOCATION
The Baker-Baum Concert Hall and The JAI at The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center
La Jolla, California
WEBSITE
DATES
August 2 - August 23, 2019
MUSIC DIRECTOR
Inon Barnatan
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$38 to $102
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 858-459-3728
BOOKING CONTACTS
Booking cycle date range
Ongoing, through February prior to the festival; Winter 2019 through Feb. 2020 for SummerFest 2020; Winter 2020 through Feb. 2021 for SummerFest 2021
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Les Flâneries Musicales de Reims
Les Flâneries Musicales de Reims
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
In a friendly and warm spirit, find the greatest performers of our time; also discover young talents recently revealed that already mark the beginning of this century.
LOCATION
Reims, France:
-Esplanade Simone Veil
-Caveau Castelnau
-Église Saint-Nicaise
-Champagne Louis Roederer
-Église Saint-Maurice
-Le cirque du manège
-Espace Thierry Meng / Betheny
-Champagne Veuve Cliquot
-Demeure des comtes de Champagne
-Théâtre du Chemin Vert
-Cathédrale
-Champagne Charles de Cazanove
-Opéra de Reims
-La comédie de Reims
-Cryptoportique -Église Saint-Théodulphe - Champigny
-Basilique Saint-Remi
-Domaine les Crayères
-Parc Mumm
-Palais de Tau
-La Cartonnerie
-Domaine Pommery
-Maison Krug
-Le Lavoir / Cormontreuil
-Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional
-Église Saint-Pierre / Bourgogne
-Église Saint-Brice - Courcelles
-La Filature / Bazancourt
-Musée historique Saint-Rémi Cloître
-Carré Blanc / Tinqueux
-Parc de Champagne
WEBSITE
DATES
June 17 - July 20, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Jean-Philippe Collard
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$0 to $30
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: +33 (0) 892 68 36 22 (0.34/min)
BOOKING CONTACTS
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Lucerne Festival
Lucerne Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
The Festival will address the socio-political theme of "Power" from a wide variety of musical perspectives. The Mozart-Da Ponte Cycle will feature the three operas: Le nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Così fan tutte. Teodor Currentzis will conduct the musicAeterna Orchestra and Chorus of Perm Opera, along with soloists including Dimitris Tiliakos, Alex Esposito, Paula Murrihy, and Ekaterina Scherbachenko, and-in their first-ever collaboration-Cecilia Bartoli. Thomas Kessler, our composer-in-residence, is a Swiss composer and pioneer of electronic music whose work is pertinent to the summer theme.
To open the 2019 Summer Festival, Music Director Riccardo Chailly and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra will focus on Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff. Chailly will also conduct Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony and Mahler's Sixth Symphony. Yannick Nézet-Séguin will appear as guest conductor with Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony and Beethoven's Violin Concerto, featuring "artiste étoile" Leonidas Kavakos as the soloist. The Lucerne Festival Alumni musicians will work with Riccardo Chailly for the first time as well as with composers-in-residence Thomas Kessler and Sir George Benjamin.
LOCATION
KKL Luzern
Luzerner Theater
Churches in Lucerne, Switzerland
WEBSITE
DATES
August 16 - September 15, 2019
EXECUTIVE/ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Michael Haefliger
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$21 to $340
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: +41 (0)41 226 44 80
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Mainly Mozart
Mainly Mozart
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Performances of works by Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Rodrigo, and Ravel in the Balboa Theater conducted by artistic director Michael Francis. Soloists include Jeremy Denk, piano; Anne-Marie McDermott, piano; Augustin Hadelich, violin; Milos Karadaglic, guitar; Conrad Tao, piano; San Diego Master Chorale. This year, we explore the relationship between music and autism featuring, among others, speaker Temple Grandon and pianist Derek Paravicini.
LOCATION
Balboa Theatre
868 4th Avenue
San Diego, California
WEBSITE
DATES
June 4 - June 20, 2015
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Michael Francis
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$15 to $88
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 619-239-0100 ext 2
BOOKING CONTACTS
Booking cycle date range
Summer 2019
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Marlboro Music Festival
Marlboro Music Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Led by Co-Artistic Directors Mitsuko Uchida and Jonathan Biss, some of the world's most acclaimed solo and chamber music artists and outstanding young professional musicians explore chamber music with unlimited rehearsal time and in the kind of depth only possible at Marlboro.
Some of their discoveries are shared in weekend concerts that The New York Times has called "extraordinary."
LOCATION
Marlboro College, Marlboro, Vermont
WEBSITE
DATES
July 13 - August 11, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTORS
Mitsuko Uchida and Jonathan Biss
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$15 to $40
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 215-569-4690 (until June 13); 802-254-2394 (from June 20)
BOOKING CONTACTS
Contact jloux@marlboromusic.org for audition information for outstanding young professional musicians
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Merola Opera Program 2019 Summer Festival
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Minnesota Orchestra Sommerfest
Minnesota Orchestra Sommerfest
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
The Minnesota Orchestra's four-week summer music festival spotlights Latin American repertoire and culminates with two performances of Argentine composer Osvaldo Golijov's epic La Pasión Según Marcos, led by Maria Guinand. The festival will launch with the world premiere of the orchestra-and-film presentation of the Disney-Pixar hit Coco and subsequently feature a free Day of Music, celebrating all genres of music on stages in and around Orchestra Hall.
Additional highlights include: Music Director Osmo Vänskä leading Ginastera's Variaciones Concertantes and Golijov's Three Songs for Soprano and Orchestra, featuring Goitsemang Lehobye; violinist Karen Gomyo performing Piazzolla's Four Seasons; Roderick Cox returning to conduct Elena Urioste in the José White Violin Concerto; and Associate Conductor Akiko Fujimoto leading works by Lecuona, Gershwin, and Moncayo, featuring the Los Alegres bailadores dance ensemble.
LOCATION
Orchestra Hall
Minneapolis, Minnesota
WEBSITE
DATES
July 6 - August 3, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Osmo Vänskä
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$25 to $85
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 612-371-5656
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Mizzou International Composers Festival
Mizzou International Composers Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
The 2019 Mizzou International Composers Festival will feature ensemble-in-residence Alarm Will Sound. Hailed by The New York Times as "one of the most vital and original ensembles on the American scene," the group will work intensively with eight resident composers-selected from an international pool of applicants-on the premieres of new works.
Additionally, this year's festival will feature distinguished guest composers Donnahcha Dennehy and Chen Yi Amy Beth Kirsten, who will have several works performed at the Festival and will coach the resident composers. Alarm Will Sound will perform the concert version of Dennehy's opera The Hunge-first previewed at the Festival in 2014-and will also preview a large-scale work by Amy Beth Kirsten. Finally, the Festival will also feature performances by the Mizzou New Music Ensemble and University of Missouri faculty in works by Dennehy, Kirsten, and other composers affiliated with the Festival and the University of Missouri.
LOCATION
Columbia, Missouri
WEBSITE
DATES
July 22 - July 27, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Stefan Freund
GENRES
Classical • New Music
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$18 to $80
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 573-882-3781
BOOKING CONTACTS
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Monteux School and Music Festival
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Montreal Chamber Music Festival
Montreal Chamber Music Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
The Montreal Chamber Music Festival embarks upon a three-year Beethoven Festival, with the Beethoven 2020 year coinciding with the Festival's 25th-anniversary season next year. The three-year project will include several complete traversals of Beethoven works with highlights for the 2019 Festival to include the Beethoven Violin sonatas with James Ehnes, and the Beethoven Symphonies as transcribed by Liszt for solo piano. As usual, founder and Artistic Director Denis Brott includes numerous free events featuring Canada's best up-and-coming young musicians.
LOCATION
Pollack Hall and Bourgie Hall, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
WEBSITE
DATES
June 7 - June 16, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Denis Brott, C.M.
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$10 to $45
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 514-489-7444
BOOKING CONTACTS
Denis Brott, C.M., Founder, Executive and Artistic Director
514-489-7444
Booking cycle date range
Spring 2019 for Spring 2020
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Mostly Mozart Festival
Mostly Mozart Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Synonymous with summer in New York City, the Mostly Mozart Festival offers a range of multi-genre and multi-disciplinary performances, emerging artists, ancillary lectures, late-night soirees, films, and public events. As in past years, the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, led by Music Director Louis Langrée, forms the backbone of the festival, with music of Mozart at the core. In 2019, further repertoire spans from Vivaldi's The Four Seasons to Alfred Schnittke's Moz-ART a la Haydn, as well as the continuation of Langrée's exploration of Brahms symphonies. The Festival Orchestra concerts are often complemented by full-scale, landmark productions from visiting music ensembles, theater, and dance companies. Beloved returning artists include violinist Joshua Bell, pianists Pierre-Laurent Aimard and Jeremy Denk, the Takács Quartet, and Mark Morris Dance Group; among others, violinists Vilde Frang and Pekka Kuusisto make their festival debuts. The intrepid International Contemporary Ensemble meanwhile enters its ninth year as artists-in-residence.
LOCATION
Lincoln Center, New York, New York
WEBSITE
DATES
July 10 - August 10, 2019
DIRECTORS
Jane Moss, Ehrenkranz artistic director; Louis Langrée, Renée and Robert Belfer music director
GENRES
Classical • Contemporary • Cross-disciplinary
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$15 to $175
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 212-721-6500
(Please note: There are also a number of free events.)
BOOKING CONTACTS
Jane Moss, Ehrenkranz Artistic Director
Booking cycle date range
All year round
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Mozartfest Würzburg
Mozartfest Würzburg
WHAT DISTINGUISHES THIS FESTIVAL?
The unique location in the heart of Würzburg as well as the innovative MozartLaboratory. Here, renowned scholars, musicians, professors, and other creative thinkers come together and engage in qualitative research that relates to Mozart and his works.
LOCATION
Residenz Würzburg, Germany
WEBSITE
DATES
May 24 - June 23, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Evelyn Meining
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$0 to $180
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: +49 937 37 2336
SOCIAL LINKS
    

Music Academy of the West 2019 Summer School & Festival
Music Academy of the West 2019 Summer School & Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
The Academy's 2019 summer season will include performances by guest conductors Marin Alsop, Matthias Pintscher, Daniela Candillari, Michael Tilson Thomas, and Larry Rachleff. Mosher guest artists will include pianist Pierre Laurent Aimard, mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard, flutist Claire Chase, and bassist Edgar Meyer. Other guest artists will include violinists Noah Bendix-Balgley, Marvin Beaver, and Pamela Frank; pianist Robert McDonald; composers-in-residence Sean Shepherd and Jennifer Higson; and members of the London Symphony Orchestra.
The west coast premiere of Jennifer Higdon's Cold Mountain will be conducted by Daniela Candillari and directed by James Darrah at the Granada Theater. The London Symphony Orchestra will perform at the Santa Barbara Bowl.
LOCATION
Santa Barbara, California
WEBSITE
DATES
June 17 - August 10, 2019
ARTISTIC CONSULTANT
Gregg Gleasner
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$10 to $100
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 805-969-8787
BOOKING CONTACTS
Gregg Gleasner, artistic consultant
SOCIAL LINKS
        

Music House International
Music House International
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Music House, directed by Kimberly Fisher, principal second violin of The Philadelphia Orchestra, is a summer festival in Bryn Mawr, PA, in which college students and young professionals work with principal players and other members of The Philadelphia Orchestra in: private lessons and master classes; solo performance and audition preparation; symphony and repertory orchestra rehearsals; and chamber music. At the end of the 17-day Festival, musicians are invited to perform 10 minutes of solo repertoire and select excerpts in a Mock Auditions setting for assistant conductor of The Philadelphia Orchestra, Kensho Watanabe. The program offers intensive repertoire exposure to works regularly found on major orchestral auditions including: Strauss Don Juan, Dvorák Symphony 8, Mozart Symphony 39, Brahms Symphony 2, Stravinsky's The Firebird, and more.
Music House also includes ample solo performance opportunities including two concerto competitions through which winners perform duo concertos with members of The Philadelphia Orchestra and as soloists with the Ocean City Pops and other professional or community orchestras. 2019 Music House teaching and master class faculty members include the following members of The Philadelphia Orchestra: Assistant Concertmaster Marc Rovetti; Assistant Principal Second Violin Dara Morales; Principal Cello Hai-Ye Ni; Assistant Principal Bass Joseph Conyers; Principal Clarinet Ricardo Morales; Co-Principal Bassoon Mark Gigliotti; Associate Principal Horn Jeffrey Lang; Co-Principal Trombone Matthew Vaughn; Paul Krzywicki, retired, The Philadelphia Orchestra and Faculty at the Curtis Institute of Music; and many others.
LOCATION
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
WEBSITE
DATES
June 12 - June 28, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTORS
Kimberly Fisher, principal second violinist, and Kensho Watanabe, assistant conductor, The Philadelphia Orchestra
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$10 to $10
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 856-875-6816
BOOKING CONTACTS
SOCIAL LINKS
      

Music in the Vineyards
Music in the Vineyards
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Now in its 25th anniversary season, the Napa Valley's premier chamber music festival is held in intimate winery settings at twilight with witty commentary and wine tasting at intermission. Music in the Vineyards brings acclaimed chamber music artists and ensembles from around the world to convene in the Napa Valley for a festival known for its quality of music, one-of-kind concerts, and the genuine connection between performer and audience.
This season's lineup includes the Dover Quartet, the Tesla Quartet, and the festival's perennial favorite, the Pacifica Quartet, which is returning for its 14th MITV appearance. Individual artists include Paul Neubauer (viola), Arnaud Sussmann (violin), Francisco Fullana (violin), William Wolfram (piano), Joshua Roman (cello), Elizabeth Koch Tiscione (oboe), Burt Hara (clarinet), and many more.
LOCATION
Napa Valley Wineries, California
WEBSITE
DATES
July 31 - August 25, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTORS
Michael and Daria Adams
GENRES
Classical • Chamber Music
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$55 to $60
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 707-258-5559
BOOKING CONTACTS
Evie Ayers, Executive Director
Booking cycle date range
Fall 2019 for Summer 2020
SOCIAL LINKS
        

Music@Menlo
Music@Menlo
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
The Festival opens with "Bach Ascending, 1710-1720": Albinoni's Double Oboe Concerto in C Major with debut artist James Austin Smith. Artistic Directors David Finckel and Wu Han also perform in Bach's transcendent First Brandenburg Concerto. The second program, "Beethoven Launched, 1790-1800," explores the full maturity of the Classical style and features Beethoven's Quintet in E-flat Major for Winds and Piano with clarinetist Tommaso Lonquich. "Classical Twilight, 1820-1830" sees the return of baritone Nikolay Borchev performing Schubert's Winterreise. "Romantic Revolution, 1840-1850" focuses on Schumann's Piano Trio no. 1 in D Minor, followed by Chopin's Cello Sonata performed by David Requiro. "Moscow to Montmartre, 1890-1900" probes the fin-de-siècle flourishing of classical music, opening with Suk's Piano Quartet in A minor with pianist Gilles Vonsattel. The Schumann Quartet makes its Festival debut with Debussy's String Quartet in G Minor.
Five Melodies for Violin and Piano, Korngold's Piano Quintet in E Major. "Music at the Millennium, 1990-2000," offers John Adams's Road Movies, Bright Sheng's Concertino for Clarinet and String Quartet, and Steven Mackey's electrifying Micro-Concerto.
LOCATION
Atherton, California
WEBSITE
DATES
July 13 - August 4, 2018
ARTISTIC DIRECTORS
David Finckel and Wu Han
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$15 to $84
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 650-331-0202
BOOKING CONTACTS
Booking cycle date range
Summer/Fall 2019 for Summer 2020.
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National Repertory Orchestra
National Repertory Orchestra
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
The National Repertory Orchestra (NRO) performs two full orchestral concerts each week in Breckenridge's beautiful Riverwalk Center during the eight weeks the orchestra is in residence. This includes professional performance experience under the batons of renowned guest conductors Bramwell Tovey, Karina Canellakis, Tania Miller, and Anu Tali. The summer festival also allows musicians to work alongside guest artists from the Philadelphia Orchestra through the Resident Artist Program.
Repertoire highlights include Barber: Symphony No. 1; Copland: El Salon Mexico; Corigliano: Gezebo Dances; Gabriela Lena Frank: Three Latin American Dances; Jennifer Higdon: Blue Cathedral; Lowell Liebermann: Revelry; Mahler: Symphony No. 5; Prokofiev: Suite from Romeo and Juliet; Joan Tower: Made in America; Ellen Zwilich: Celebration for Orchestra.
LOCATION
Breckenridge, Colorado
WEBSITE
DATES
June 2 - July 28, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Carl Topilow
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$10 to $45
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 970-547-3100
BOOKING CONTACTS
Booking cycle date range
Fall 2019 for Summer 2020
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Norfolk Chamber Music Festival
Norfolk Chamber Music Festival
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Summer chamber music festival and Yale Summer School of Music. Concert series by leading musicians plus chamber music study and student recitals each June through August in the Litchfield Hills of northwestern Connecticut. School is open to individuals and pre-formed groups, and offers several sessions focusing on different areas of the chamber music repertoire. Performers/faculty in 2019 include the Brentano, Emerson, and Miro String Quartets, plus individual artists including Ani Kavafian (violin), Melissa Rearson (viola), Raman Ramakrishnan (cello), Frank Morelli (bassoon), David Shifrin (clarinet), Wei-Yi Yang and Wendy Chen (piano), and many more.
Sessions include a New Music Workshop directed by Martin Bresnick; a six-week Chamber Music Session with Faculty Artist concerts each Friday and Saturday evenings, along with free Fellows' concerts on Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings; and a Choral Conducting Workshop directed by Simon Carrington.
LOCATION
20 Litchfield Road
Norfolk, Connecticut
WEBSITE
DATES
June 28 - August 17, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Melvin Chen
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$10 to $60
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 860-542-3000
BOOKING CONTACTS
James Nelson, General Manaager
Booking cycle date range
Summer 2018 for Summer 2019
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Off the Hook Arts SummerFest 2019: Perception/Deception, Illusion/Confusion
Off the Hook Arts SummerFest 2019: Perception/Deception, Illusion/Confusion
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Off the Hook Arts SummerFest 2019: Perception/Deception, Illusion/Confusion brings together music, neuroscience, psychology, magic, comedy, painting, and photography in a unique festival to explore the mysteries, methods, facts, and fantasies of human perception, and to uncover techniques of deception and illusion in the arts and in life.
The seven-part Concert Series and eight -part interdisciplinary Dynamics Series of the 2019 summer season feature world-class musicians in intimate settings with programs that imagine alternate realities (what would Chopin sound like as a pianist working in NYC today?), search for the ghosts that "haunt" certain great works, and reveal the secrets of deception and humor in works of music and art. The Viewpoints Series of lectures explores topics of cognitive psychology and the arts. Other SummerFest 2019 activities include an art show and the Off the Hook Arts Summer Academy, offering Music, Art and STEM programming for children of all ages.
LOCATION
Fort Collins, Colorado
WEBSITE
DATES
June 17 - July 12, 2019
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Bruce Adolphe
GENRE
Classical
TICKET PRICE RANGE
$10 to $300
TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION
Telephone: 970-682-4076
BOOKING CONTACTS
Jephta Bernstein, executive director
Booking cycle date range
mid- to late Summer for 2019 Summer
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