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summer

June 25 - July 29, 2012


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this season...

Welcome to our 42nd Annual Summer Festival! Here’s a look at what’s new, and what you won’t want to miss:

This season we’re pleased to announce a Sunday afternoon series at PSU’s Lincoln Performance Hall, to replace our Friday

series. Most Sundays will offer a repeat of Saturday’s concert, while Thursday programs are now stand-alones. We welcome

you to join us in this truly intimate, exceptionally comfortable and acoustically excellent hall.

special concerts not to miss

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Opening Night with the Tokyo String Quartet · June 25-26

A milestone event—the revered Tokyo String Quartet opens our

season and makes their CMNW debut.

Igudesman & Joo · July 19

“...the current king of classical comedy” —LA Times

Their hilarious sketches have gone viral on youTube, their

sold out shows are leaving audiences everywhere in stitches—now

it’s your turn to experience this comedic violin-piano duo live!

CMNW/BodyVox Collaboration · July 20-21-22

Our collaboration last season was wildly popular, so we’re doing

it again! To celebrate BodyVox’s 15th season, three shows offer new

choreography and dance to music performed by CMNW.

Spotlight on Edgar Meyer · July 26

The unparalleled bassist presents an evening of solo works.

Recorder virtuoso Michala Petri · July 28-29

The Danish superstar of Baroque recorder arrives in Portland for

two unique programs.


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wednesday, june 27

Doug Fir Lounge (830 E. Burnside)

8 pm

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Protege Project

Club Concert I

The Amphion String Quartet

(recently appointed to the

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln

Center’s prestigious CMS Two

program) returns to CMNW for a

second season, opening our festival

alongside the great Tokyo String

Quartet. Join us Wednesday, as

the Amphions and Protégé pianist

gloria Chien occupy an alternative

stage to perform Bartók, Berg and

Brahms in the swank Doug Fir

Lounge at the Jupiter Hotel.

Ticket information on page 17.

week 1

Monday, June 25

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

Tuesday, June 26

Catlin gabel School 8 pm

Brilliant Beginnings

Mozart Quartet in F Major for Oboe and

Strings, K. 370

Debussy String Quartet in g Minor, L.

85, Op. 10

Mendelssohn Octet in E-Flat Major for

Strings, Op. 20

Amphion String Quartet (Katie Hyun, David

Southorn, Wei-Yang Andy Lin, Mihai Marica),

Tokyo String Quartet (Martin Beaver, Kikuei

Ikeda, Kazuhide Isomura, Clive Greensmith),

Stephen Taylor

Thursday, June 28

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

An Evening with the Tokyo

String Quartet

Tokyo String Quartet

Martin Beaver, violin

Kikuei ikeda, violin

Kazuhide isomura, viola

Clive greensmith, cello

Haydn Quartet in g Minor for Strings,

Op. 74, No. 3 (“The Rider”)

Mendelssohn String Quartet No. 4 in E

Minor, Op. 44, No. 2

Beethoven String Quartet No. 9 in C

Major, Op. 59, No. 3 (“Rasumovsky”)


Saturday, June 30

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

Sunday, July 1

PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall 3 pm

André Watts and Friends

Britten Phantasy Quartet for Oboe and

Strings, Op. 2 (1932)

Brahms Sonata in F Minor for Clarinet and

Piano, Op. 120, No. 1

Franck Quintet in F Minor for Piano and

Strings

André Watts with Amphion String Quartet (Katie

Hyun, David Southorn, Wei-Yang Andy Lin, Mihai

Marica), Tokyo String Quartet (Martin Beaver, Kikuei

Ikeda, Kazuhide Isomura, Clive Greensmith), Stephen

Taylor, David Shifrin

David Shifrin

“Over the past 40 years, the Tokyo String Quartet has built a

reputation for rock-solid ensemble playing and immaculate,

razor-edged precision.”

Washington Post

André Watts Stephen Taylor

Tokyo String Quartet

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July 7, 8

A Note from the Artistic

Director

“in bringing the finest music

and artists to Portland audiences,

it is important to recognize the

music and artists that are vital to

Portland’s own cultural life and

community. Bryan Johanson, who

has had a long association with

CMNW as both a performer and

composer, is one such figure. it

is fitting that we honor him as

we renew our association with

PSU in the beautifully restored

Lincoln Hall, presenting music by

one of Portland’s true luminaries

alongside one of history’s greatest

geniuses, W.A. Mozart.”

—David Shifrin

week 2

monday, July 2

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

tuesday, July 3

Catlin gabel School 8 pm

Dynamic and Dramatic

Dohnányi Sextet in C Major for

Clarinet, Horn, Strings and Piano, Op. 37

(1935)

Schubert Quintet in C Major for

Strings, Op. 163, D. 956

Steven Copes, Jennifer Frautschi, Paul Neubauer,

Mihai Marica, Ronald Thomas, David Shifrin,

Eric Ruske, Gloria Chien

Thursday, July 5

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

Timeless Masterworks

Bach Partita No. 2 in C Minor for Solo

Piano, BWV 826

Brahms Sonata No. 3 in D Minor for

Violin and Piano, Op. 108

Beethoven Sonata in F Major for Horn

and Piano, Op. 17

Brahms Trio in A Minor for Piano, Viola

and Cello, Op. 114

Jennifer Frautschi, Paul Neubauer, Ronald Thomas,

Eric Ruske, Anne-Marie McDermott


Saturday, July 7

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

Sunday, July 8

PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall 3 pm

Homage to Mozart

Mozart Trio in E Major for Piano, Violin and

Cello, K. 542

Bryan Johanson “Notes on a Vaulted Sky”

for String Quartet (2004)

Mozart Divertimento No. 17 in D Major for

Horns and Strings, K. 334

Amphion String Quartet (Katie Hyun, David Southorn,

Wei-Yang Andy Lin, Mihai Marica), Steven Copes,

Jennifer Frautschi, Cynthia Phelps, Ronald Thomas,

Curtis Daily, John Cox, Eric Ruske, Gilbert Kalish

Jennifer Frautschi

Amphion String Quartet

“...an exceptionally genial ensemble—thoughtful players who

presented the entire program on a human scale.”

The Oregonian on the Amphion String Quartet

Steven Copes

Eric Ruske

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wednesday, july 11

Someday Lounge (125 NW 5th Ave.)

8 pm

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Protege Project

Club Concert II

On this year’s Protégé Project

roster is composer Katerina

Kramarchuk. if the name sounds

familiar, we’re not surprised. Born

in Moldova in 1988, Katerina was

raised in Hillsboro, and performed

in Portland’s popular “Ten

grands.” Now a student at Curtis,

her music reveals both a classical

and jazz influence—three of her

pieces are performed tonight by the

Amphion Quartet, gloria Chien,

festival artists David Shifrin and

Julie Feves, and Katerina herself.

Ticket information on page 17.

week 3

Monday, July 9

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

Tuesday, July 10

Catlin gabel School 8 pm

Heights of Romanticism

Schumann Märchenbilder (“Pictures from

Fairy Land”) for Viola and Piano, Op. 113

Brahms Sonata in E-Flat Major for

Clarinet and Piano, Op. 120, No. 2

Schumann Quintet in E-Flat Major for

Piano and Strings, Op. 44

Steven Copes, Jennifer Frautschi, Cynthia Phelps,

Ronald Thomas, David Shifrin, Gilbert Kalish

Thursday, July 12

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

Brahms’ Intimate World

Orion String Quartet

Daniel Phillips, violin

Todd Phillips, violin

Steven Tenenbom, viola

Timothy Eddy, cello

String Quartet No 1 in C Minor, Op. 51,

No. 1

String Quartet No. 2 in A Minor, Op. 51,

No. 2

String Quartet No. 3 in B-Flat Major,

Op. 67


Saturday, July 14

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

Quartet Classics

with the Emerson Quartet

Beethoven Quartet in F Major for Strings, Op. 135

Shostakovich String Quartet No. 8 in C Minor,

Op. 110 (1960)

Dvořák Quartet No. 12 in F Major for Strings, B.

179, Op. 96 (“American”)

Sunday, July 15

PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall 3 pm

From Vienna to London

with the Emerson Quartet

Mozart String Quartet in D Major, K. 575

Thomas Adès “The Four Quarters” for String

Quartet (2010)

Beethoven String Quartet in B-Flat Major, Op.

130, with Grosse Fuge, Op. 133

Emerson Quartet (Eugene Drucker, Philip Setzer, Lawrence

Dutton, David Finckel)

Emerson Quartet

The profound influence of gilbert Kalish as an educator and

pianist has established him as a major figure in American

music-making.”

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

gilbert Kalish

Cynthia Phelps Orion String Quartet

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Sunday, July 20, 21, juLY 22 10

Mississippi Studios 5 pm

A Collaboration in the

Protégé Making “Club Concert” III

The More stage than at 10 Mississippi years ago, dancer Studios

Jamey Hampton sat in Kaul

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Auditorium, listening to CMNW

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Theater then that to Hampton Portland started Cello Project. to

Located visualize in choreography a buzzing North to chamber

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Bar co-artistic Bar, a “burger director lounge” Ashley and

patio. Roland, The the Amphion three of them Quartet have

is been joined working by two to members bring you of this the

energetic and interdisciplinary

Yale Percussion Group for this

evening, In Motion, for a second

concert.

consecutive

Ticket

season!

information included

on order form.

week 4

Monday, July 16

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

Tuesday, July 17

Catlin gabel School 8 pm

Love Songs and Lyrical Voices

Aaron Jay kernis Quintet for Clarinet

and String Quartet (2011, world premiere)

Barber “Dover Beach” for Baritone and

Strings, Op. 3 (1931)

Schubert Songs for Tenor and Piano

Schubert “The Shepherd on the Rock”

for Soprano, Clarinet and Piano, Op. 129

Brahms Songs for Soprano and Piano

Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzes for Piano

Four-Hands and Four Voices, Op. 52

Orion String Quartet, David Shifrin, Robert Blocker,

Gilbert Kalish, Hyunah Yu, Sasha Cooke, Nicholas

Phan, Kelly Markgraf

Thursday, July 19

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

Igudesman & Joo: A Little

Nightmare Music

Aleksey igudesman, violin

Hyung-Ki Joo, piano

An evening of inspired musical lunacy by

two superb performer-comedians, making

waves in Europe and now the U.S. For

violinist Aleksey igudesman, think Jack

Benny and Jascha Heifetz rolled into one.

For zany pianist Hyung-ki Joo, try Chico

Marx, Dudley Moore, Vladimir Horowitz

and Jerry Lewis. Described as “the funniest

show on music and musicians seen since the

great Victor Borge.”


friday, July 20

PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall 8 pm

Saturday, July 21

PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall 8 pm

Sunday, July 22

PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall 3 pm

In Motion with BodyVox Dance

Our second collaboration with BodyVox

offers three shows with original choreography

and dance to music performed by CMNW

festival and Protégé artists. Helping to open

BodyVox’s 15th Anniversary season, the

program features Stravinsky’s Soldier’s Tale

in a uniquely creative and never-before-seen

production. More original dance, live music

by Chopin, Paganini and Saint-Saëns, and

film by BodyVox completes the program.

BodyVox and CMNW

Their comedy makes fun with music, not fun of it...like a

Monty Python skit scored by Mozart. But don’t be fooled by

the hijinks. The duo’s talent is no joke.”

Boston Herald on igudesman & Joo

Sasha Cooke

Nicholas Phan

igudesman and Joo

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wednesday, july 25

Alberta Rose Theatre (3000 NE

Alberta St.) 8 pm

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Protege Project

Club Concert III

There’s no doubt about the deep

influence of bassist Edgar Meyer,

but just to prove it we’ve put

together an eclectic program with

both his son (violinist/composer

george Meyer) and his student,

bassist Rex Surany. The Amphion

Quartet, who have collaborated

with Meyer and participated in

his workshops, are also on the

program, as are our first ever

Protégé brass. Tying it together,

Meyer appears on two pieces—one

of his own, and one by his son.

Ticket information on page 17.

week 5

Monday, July 23

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

Tuesday, July 24

Catlin gabel School 8 pm

Cantatas and Quintets

David Schiff Fanfare for an Uncommon

College (2012, world premiere)

Beethoven Quintet in E-Flat Major for

Piano and Winds, Op. 16

Bach Cantata Arias

Dvořák Quintet in g Major for Strings,

Op. 77

Amphion String Quartet (Katie Hyun, David

Southorn, Wei-Yang Andy Lin, Mihai

Marica), Theodore Arm, Ani Kavafian, Yura

Lee, Fred Sherry, Edgar Meyer, Allan Vogel,

David Shifrin, Julie Feves, William Purvis,

Shai Wosner, Sasha Cooke, Kelly Markgraf

Thursday, July 26

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

An Evening with Edgar Meyer

Edgar Meyer, double bass

The unparalleled double bassist presents

an evening of solo works.

Saturday, July 28

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 8 pm

The Virtuoso Recorder: Michala

Petri and Friends

A program featuring the flawless Petri in

concertos and sonatas by Vivaldi, Telemann,

Mozart and Bach.

Michala Petri with Amphion String Quartet, Theodore

Arm, Ani Kavafian, Yura Lee, Fred Sherry, Rex

Surany, Allan Vogel, David Shifrin, Julie Feves,

William Purvis, Shai Wosner


Sunday, July 29

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium 3 pm

Baroque Concerto Finale

Telemann Concerto in D Major for Four Violins,

TWV 40:202

Telemann Concerto in F Major for Recorder and

Bassoon, TWV 52:F1

Bach Concerto in C Minor for Oboe and Violin,

BWV 1060

Telemann Concerto in D Major for Horn

Vivaldi Concerto in C Major for Sopranino

Recorder, RV 443

Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major,

BWV 1050

Amphion String Quartet, Theodore Arm, Ani Kavafian, Yura

Lee, Fred Sherry, Rex Surany, Michala Petri, Allan Vogel,

David Shifrin, Julie Feves, William Purvis, Shai Wosner

“...the most dazzling artist of her antique instrument

anywhere.”

Fanfare Magazine on Michala Petri

Michala Petri

Edgar Meyer

yura Lee

Allan Vogel

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Violin

Theodore Arm

*Martin Beaver

Steven Copes

Eugene Drucker

Jennifer Frautschi

*Aleksey igudesman

*Kikuei ikeda

Ani Kavafian

*yura Lee

Daniel Phillips

Todd Phillips

Philip Setzer

Viola

Lawrence Dutton

*Kazuhide isomura

*yura Lee

Paul Neubauer

Cynthia Phelps

Steven Tenenbom

festival artists

Cello

Timothy Eddy

*Clive greensmith

Fred Sherry

Ronald Thomas

Double Bass

Curtis Daily

Edgar Meyer

Voice

Hyunah yu, soprano

Sasha Cooke, mezzo-soprano

*Nicholas Phan, tenor

*Kelly Markgraf, baritone

Recorder

*Michala Petri

Oboe

Stephen Taylor

Allan Vogel

Clarinet

David Shifrin

Bassoon

Julie Feves

Horn

John Cox

William Purvis

Eric Ruske

Piano

*Robert Blocker

Elizabeth Harcombe

*Hyung-ki Joo

gilbert Kalish

Anne-Marie McDermott

André Watts

Shai Wosner

Harpsichord

Shai Wosner

Percussion

*Ayano Kataoka

Ensembles

Emerson String Quartet

*igudesman and Joo

Orion String Quartet

*Tokyo String Quartet

Composer

Bryan Johanson

Aaron Jay Kernis

Narrator

Jamey Hampton

*CMNW festival debut


Katerina Kramarchuk

Thomas Bergeron

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Protege Project

Ten “rising star” artists appear on CMNW’s

mainstage, and also on three casual Club Concerts.

TiCKETS: $15 for those under the age of 40, or

$25 for ages 40 and up. On sale May 14 through

the CMNW Box Office. Subscribers, take advantage of

the pre-sale offer on your order form!

wednesday, June 27

Doug Fir Lounge 8 pm

The Amphion String Quartet and Gloria Chien

perform Bartók, Berg and Brahms.

wednesday, July 11

Someday Lounge 8 pm

Festival and Protégé artists spotlight music by

composer katerina kramarchuk.

wednesday, July 25

Alberta Rose Theatre 8 pm

Edgar Meyer and Protégés perform.

2012 artists

gloria Chien, piano

george Meyer, violin

Rex Surany, double bass

Thomas Bergeron, trumpet

Richard Harris, trombone

Katerina Kramarchuk, composer

Amphion String Quartet

Katie Hyun, David Southorn,

Wei-yang Andy Lin, Mihai Marica

The Protégés stole the festival with

a performance that rivaled any other

this summer for sheer fascination

and delight.” The Oregonian


“Frautschi played up the

tuneful, lyrical side of the

score, tossing off sweet, lilting

phrases.”

Providence Journal on Frautschi’s

performance of Berg’s Violin Concerto

more events

pre-season concerts at Portland state university

in partnership with Portland State University, we present two concerts in early June with

CMNW artists! Enjoy an evening of chamber music Thursday night, before Jennifer Frautschi

takes the stage Friday with the PSU Symphony Orchestra for a solo concerto performance.

Thursday, June 7

PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall 8 pm

Building to Brahms

Jennifer Frautschi, violin

Eric Ruske, horn

Anna Polonsky, piano

Bach Sonata No. 2 for Violin and Piano

Beethoven Sonata No. 10 for Violin

and Piano, Op. 96

Brahms Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano,

Op. 40

friday, June 8

PSU, Lincoln Performance Hall 8 pm

Brahms and Beyond

PSU Symphony Orchestra

Ken Selden, conductor

Jennifer Frautschi, violin

Gruber Zeitfluren (“Timescapes”)

Brahms Hungarian Dances

Berg Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

TiCKETS: Order June 7 tickets on your order form! $25 (lower section) or $18 (upper section).

June 8 tickets ($20/$10 PSU students) go on sale March 12 through the PSU Box Office—call

503-725-3307.


Open Rehearsals

Reed College, Kaul Auditorium

11 am-12 noon

Join the festival performers for a fascinating behindthe-scenes

glimpse of how they work together.

informal Q&A ends each rehearsal. Supervised

children age 7 and up are welcome to attend.

Wednesday, June 27 Tokyo Quartet

Friday, July 6 “Homage to Mozart”

Wednesday, July 11 Protégé Project

Wednesday, July 18 Protégé Project

Friday, July 27 Michala Petri

Musical Conversations

in the concert hall, before all evening concerts at Reed

and Catlin gabel, 7-7:30 pm

All CMNW ticket-holders are invited to attend

this free series of half-hour talks before each evening

concert. These lively discussions offer an unmatched

perspective on the music, by the very musicians

performing it.

Free CONCERTs at oregon

historical society

Two family friendly concerts!

Oregon Historical Society (1200 SW Park Ave.)

Tuesday, July 10

12 noon-1 pm

1:30 pm-2:30 pm (repeat)

Enjoy a free afternoon concert on the Park Blocks

in downtown Portland, in the beautiful Oregon

Historical Society atrium. Members of CMNW’s

Protégé Project perform. Supervised children age

5 and up are welcome to attend.

“i drove 800 miles—one way—to hear

three outstanding concerts.”

CMNW audience member (2011)


festival festival calendar

June 25 -July -July 29, 2012

Consult the program book book for complete program, artist, ticket and venue details.

date free free events ticketed events

THURSDAY, JUNE 7 8 pm Jennifer Frautschi, Eric Ruske and

Anna Polonsky

LINCOLN PERFORMANCE HALL

FRIDAY, JUNE 8 8 pm Jennifer Frautschi/

PSU Orchestra

LINCOLN PERFORMANCE HALL

MONDAY, JUNE 25 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm pm Brilliant Beginnings

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

week i

TUESDAY, JUNE 26 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm pm Brilliant Beginnings

CABELL CENTER CABELL CENTER

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27 11 am Open Rehearsal 8 pm pm Protégé Project Club Concert I

KAUL AUDITORIUM DOUG FIR LOUNGE

THURSDAY, THURSDAY, JUNE 28 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm pm Tokyo String Quartet

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

SATURDAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 30 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm pm André Watts and Friends

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

SUNDAY, SUNDAY, JULY 1 3 pm pm André Watts and Friends

LINCOLN PERFORMANCE HALL

MONDAY, JULY 2 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm pm Dynamic and Dramatic

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

week ii

TUESDAY, JULY 3 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm pm Dynamic and Dramatic

CABELL CENTER CABELL CENTER

THURSDAY, JULY 5 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm pm Timeless Masterworks

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

FRIDAY, JULY 6 11 am Open Rehearsal

KAUL AUDITORIUM

SATURDAY, JULY 7 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm pm Homage to Mozart

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

SUNDAY, JULY 8 3 pm pm Homage to Mozart

LINCOLN PERFORMANCE HALL

MONDAY, JULY 9 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm Heights of Romanticism

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

week iii

TUESDAY, JULY 10 12 pm OHS Concert 8 pm Heights of Romanticism

OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY CABELL CENTER

1:30 pm OHS Concert (repeat)

OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY

7 pm Musical Conversation

CABELL CENTER

WEDNESDAY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11 11 am Open Rehearsal 8 pm Protégé Project Club Concert II

KAUL AUDITORIUM SOMEDAY LOUNGE

THURSDAY, THURSDAY, JULY 12 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm Brahms’ Intimate World

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

SATURDAY, JULY 14 7 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm Quartet Classics

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

SUNDAY, JULY 15 3 pm From Vienna to London

LINCOLN PERFORMANCE HALL


MONDAY, JULY 16 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm Love Songs and Lyrical Voices

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

week iv

TUESDAY, JULY 17 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm Love Songs and Lyrical Voices

CABELL CENTER CABELL CENTER

WEDNESDAY, JULY 18 11 am Open Rehearsal

KAUL AUDITORIUM

THURSDAY, JULY 19 8 pm Igudesman & Joo

KAUL AUDITORIUM

FRIDAY, JULY 20 8 pm In Motion with BodyVox Dance

LINCOLN PERFORMANCE HALL

SATURDAY, JULY 21 8 pm In Motion with BodyVox Dance

LINCOLN PERFORMANCE HALL

SUNDAY, JULY 22 3 pm In Motion with BodyVox Dance

LINCOLN PERFORMANCE HALL

MONDAY, JULY 23 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm Cantatas and Quintets

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

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TUESDAY, JULY 24 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm Cantatas and Quintets

CABELL CENTER CABELL CENTER

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 8 pm Protégé Project Club Concert III

ALBERTA ROSE THEATRE

THURSDAY, JULY 26 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm An Evening with Edgar Meyer

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

FRIDAY, JULY 27 11 am Open Rehearsal

KAUL AUDITORIUM

SATURDAY, JULY 28 7 pm Musical Conversation 8 pm The Virtuoso Recorder

KAUL AUDITORIUM KAUL AUDITORIUM

SUNDAY, JULY 29 3 pm Baroque Concerto Finale

KAUL AUDITORIUM

KAUL AUDITORIUM Reed College, SE 28th & Woodstock

CABELL CENTER Catlin Gabel School, 8825 Barnes Rd.

LINCOLN PERFORMANCE HALL 1620 SW Park Ave. First floor

OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 1200 SW Park Ave.

DOUG FIR LOUNGE 830 E. Burnside Ave.

SOMEDAY LOUNGE 125 NW 5th Ave.

ALBERTA ROSE THEATRE 3000 NE Alberta St.

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Children In consideration of our audience and artists, parents are requested not to

bring children under age 7 to the mainstage concerts.

STUDENT Tickets Students with valid, full-time ID from spring or summer term

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senior rush tickets Senior citizens (65+) may purchase any available ticket for

$20, thirty minutes prior to concerts.

special needs Wheelchair seating is available at all halls. Please call to arrange in

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