Festival Notes - July 15th, 2014
Today is Tuesday, July 15th.
Today at 10:30am at the Basalt Regional Library, a fun program for ages 4-9 accompanied by an adult. Tunes and Tales will enchant you and the kids with stories and music, and it’s free.
The lovely Aspen Chapel is the venue for today’s free noon Spotlight Recital, showcasing top students in a wide variety of music.
Choong Mo Kang teaches a piano master class today at 1pm in Harris Concert Hall.
Last Monday’s Winds Competition Winner appears today at 4pm in the Benedict Music Tent, as a variety of conducting students take the baton to lead the American Academy of Conducting at Aspen Orchestra. Ravel’s sensuous Daphnis and Chloe Suite and Sibelius’s majestic Second Symphony are on the program.
At 7:30pm tonight in Harris Concert Hall, the legendary Emerson String Quartet in their first Aspen performance with new cellist extraordinaire Paul Watkins. Beethoven’s own favorite of his late quartets, number 14 in C-sharp minor, and another pillar of the chamber music repertoire, Schubert’s Quartet Number 14, “Death and the Maiden” will make for a moving and memorable evening.