CAG ARTISTS ON TOUR IN SEPTEMBER

 

SEPTEMBER 2017 

 

Donald Sinta Quartet performs at Strange Beautiful Music 10 in Detroit 

Sunday, September 24, 6:30pm
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit

The Donald Sinta Quartet performs as part of the 10th annual marathon new music festival, Strange Beautiful Music. Presented by New Music Detroit, the avant-garde production features experimental and far-reaching sounds ranging from contemporary chamber music and European folk to experimental electronics and noise improvisation. This will be the third straight year the DSQ have performed at this festival.

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Jiji performs Rodrigo Concierto de Aranjuez with Great Falls Symphony 

Saturday, September 30, 7:30pm
Mansfield Theater, Great Falls, MT

Guitarist Jiji opens the season with the Great Falls Symphony in Montana, performing Joaquín Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez, the number one most-popular guitar concerto ever written, with the orchestra’s new music director, Grant Harville.

 

 

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CAG Artists On Tour

East Coast
Sept 10-11 – Verona Quartet, Gretna Music, Mt Gretna, PA
Sept 23 – Sam Suggs, double bass, Music For Youth, Southport, CT
Sept 24 – In Mo Yang, violin, Bach, Beethoven and Brahms Society, Boston, MA
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E Minor with Steven Lipsitt, Music Director

Midwest, West and South
Sept 7 – Steven Lin, piano, Pittsburg State University Recital Series, KS
Sept 12-16 – Verona Quartet, Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival, Silverthorne, CO
Sept 15 – Lysander Piano Trio, LOFTRecital Series, Minneapolis, MN
Sept 19-22 – Verona Quartet, Pro Musica, Joplin, MO (residency and concert on Sept 21)
Sept 23 – Steven Lin, Waxahachie Symphony Association recital, Waxahachie, TX

International
Sept 17 – Verona Quartet, Vancouver Recital Series, Vancouver BC, Canada

 

CAG’s Artist of the Month…get to know more about
the Verona Quartet

There have been big changes for the Verona Quartet this summer, as the ensemble welcomes new cellist Jonathan Dormand and makes the move to Boston to begin the Professional String Quartet Training Program at New England Conservatory, a two-year residency program. The quartet’s summer has been jam-packed with performances, and September is no exception! After two performances at Gretna Music in Pennsylvania on September 10 and 11 (the first featuring two Mozart Church Sonatas for Organ and String Quartet with organist Ryan Brunkhurst), the ensemble travels to Colorado for the Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival from September 12-16, performing works including Dvořák’s Piano Quintet, Telemann’s Concerto for Four Violins in G, Mozart’s Viola Quintet K. 516, and Mendelssohn’s Octet in mixed ensembles. From Alpenglow it’s straight to Vancouver to perform in the Vancouver Recital Society‘s season opening concert on September 17, and then several days in residency at Pro Musica in Joplin, MO, including educational outreach events and a concert on September 21. Phew!