Flatirons Chamber Music Festival “Crossing the Divide” Grand Finale
- When: June 18, 2017 Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
- Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
- Cost: $12.50 Plus Applicable Service Fees
We are delighted to invite you to be a part of the Grand Finale of the Flatirons Chamber Music Festival in Boulder, Colorado! We look forward to collaborating with you through interactive programs of the highest caliber of chamber music while crossing cultural, geographic, and temporal divides between composers, performers, and audience members. Grand Finale will present an exciting range of music from the chamber music repertoire, featuring a thrilling World Premiere of a work by the festival’s Composer-In-Residence Benjamin Park, a youthfully exuberant Clarinet Trio by Beethoven, the virtuosic Duo Sonata by Ravel, and the electrifying String Octet by Mendelssohn. Please visit www.flatironschambermusicfestival.com for more details. We look forward to seeing you there!
~Jamie Clark and Kenny Lee, Artistic Directors
2017 FCMF Artists
Joshua Anderson, clarinet (Ann Arbor, Michigan)
Jamie Clark, cello (Boulder, Colorado - Boston, Massachusetts)
Molly Goldman, viola (New York, New York)
Alex Gonzalez, violin (Las Vegas, Nevada)
Gamal Khamis, piano (London, UK)
Eunae Koh, violin (Seoul, Korea - Boston, Massachusetts)
Kenny Lee, cello (Seoul, Korea - Boston, Massachusetts)
Morten Lyngs, violin (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Jesse Morrison, viola (Toronto, Canada - Boston, Massachusetts)
Benjamin Park, composer (Boston, Massachusetts)
Patrick Yim, violin (Honolulu, Hawaii – New York, New York)
*Photo Credit: © A Moment in Time Photography - Kellie Clark
Ludwig van Beethoven - Clarinet Trio, Op. 11
Ernő Dohnanyi – Serenade for String Trio, Op. 10
Benjamin Park – World Premiere TBA
Felix Mendelssohn – String Octet, Op. 20
Other Concerts for the 2017 Inaugural Season
Opening Night – June 16, 7:00 pm
1001 Arapahoe Avenue
Chamber Music at the Barn – June 17, 7:00 pm (Free Admission)
Ruby Red Farm
6927 Jay Road
The inaugural season of the Flatirons Chamber Music Festival will take place June 9-18, 2017 in Boulder, Colorado. The Festival brings together professional musicians from a variety of prestigious institutions, including The Copenhagen Philharmonic, The Eastman School of Music, The Juilliard School, The New England Conservatory, Rice University, The Royal College of Music, The Royal Danish Academy, and The University of Michigan. Through vibrant collaboration and rich community engagement, FCMF strives to cross cultural, geographic, and temporal divides between performers, composers, and audience members, inspiring dynamic interaction within the entire Festival community.
Throughout its duration, audience members will be invited and encouraged to attend open rehearsals, pre-performance workshops, and a variety of other interactive events. The culmination of the Festival will feature three primary performances in a variety of community-oriented settings. These performances will highlight interactive programs of the highest caliber of chamber music while striving to break down barriers often associated with the concert hall.
Further underscoring the current relevance of classical music, the Festival will feature the World Premiere of a work by its composer-in-residence; connecting classical music with present-day life experience, venue, and occasion.
For more details and artist bios, please visit: www.flatironschambermusicfestival.com