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Music in the Vineyards: Silverado Vineyards

  • Presented By: Music in the Vineyards
  • Dates: August 18, 2017
  • Location: Silverado Vineyards
  • Address: 6121 Silverado Tr, Napa, CA 94558
  • Phone: (707) 258-5559
  • Time: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Price:

    $55

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  • Join us for a chamber music concert at the beautiful Silverado Vineyards, with wine tasting included with the ticket price. It's the 23rd season of Music in the Vineyards, the nationally-acclaimed chamber music festival held each summer in the Napa Valley. The festival showcases world-class artists-in-residence performing new and classic chamber music repertoire in stunning winery settings with breathtaking views of the valley. This unique combination of wine country ambiance and world class talent allows artists and audiences alike to experience chamber music in an intimate setting as it was intended to be performed.

    Vivaldi’s Summer from The Four Seasons anchors this program celebrating the old and the new in a continuous musical collage. We juxtapose the familiar with works by Kevin Puts, Aaron J. Kernis and Jefferson Friedmann, three stunning composers of our era.

    Program
    6:30 pm: Pre Concert recital by the Music in the Vineyards Solo Competition Winners
    We present the winners of our fourth annual Solo Instrumental Competition featuring the area’s most talented high school musicians.
    7:30 pm
    Bach: Sonata in A minor for solo violin
    Kevin Puts: Arches for solo violin
    Buxtehude: Sonata in C for two violins and continuo
    Aaron J. Kernis: Musica Celestis for string quartet
    Albinoni: Sonata for Five in C
    Jefferson Friedmann: String Quartet no. 2
    Vivaldi: Summer from The Four Seasons

    This concert will be performed without intermission.

    Musicians
    Violin: Rebecca Fischer, Francisco Fullana, Axel Strauss, Hyeyung Julie Yoon, Daria Adams
    Viola: Nicholas Cords, Jonah Sirota
    Cello: Gregory Beaver, Joshua Roman
    Bass: William Langlie-Miletich
    Piano & Harpsichord: Wei-Yi Yang