Festival Notes - July 31th, 2014
Today is Thursday, July 31st. A busy day at the Aspen Music Festival and School with a variety of events, many of them free.
Pianist Julian Martin will give a master class at 10am this morning in Harris Concert Hall.
At 10:30am, it’s Tunes and Tales at the Pitkin County Library, a free and fun program for children ages 4-9 accompanied by an adult. Listen to enchanting stories along with classical favorites performed by AMFS students.
Today at noon at the Aspen Community Church, there’s a free Spotlight Recital showcasing top students.
Chapel Chamber Music takes place today at 4:15pm at the Aspen Chapel with a diverse program played by talented ensembles. Admission is free.
At 5pm at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center, guitar students of Sharon Isbin will offer a free recital.
The Basalt Regional Library hosts a free recital today at 5:15pm.
Pianist Andreas Haefliger performs works of Beethoven, Berio and Schumann tonight at 8pm in Harris Concert Hall.
The weekly free String Showcase with some of this summer’s finest string students will be offered tonight at 8:30pm in Edlis Neeson Hall on the Bucksbaum campus.