Chamber Music Mystic 2011

July 24, 2011 No Comments

Now in it’s 5th Season, Chamber Music Mystic has been providing residents and visitors of Southeastern CT with a wonderfully diverse series of chamber music concerts over the summer, and this year brings more of the same!

Summer Institute Showcase – “Academia Virtuosi”
FRIDAY, AUGUST, 19, 2011, 8 p.m. – Students of the Virtuosi Music Institute + Latin rhythm and roots from the Alturas Duo, Anastasia Svetadinova, piano, Brunilda Myftaraj, violin, Melissa Morgan, cello in music of Beethoven, Faure, Liszt, and much much more.

L’Heure Espagnole and Opera Scenes – Opera Fresca Benefit and Reception
TUESDAY, AUGUST, 23, 2011, 6:30-9:30 p.m. – Presented by CT Lyric Opera’s Young Artists Institute: Outdoor musical reception followed by one-hour ‘L’Heure Espagnole’ by Maurice Ravel and other opera scenes, performed by Connecticut’s finest young vocal artists under the direction of maestro Adrian Sylveen soprano Jurate Svedaite.

“Virtuosity Becomes Elektra”
FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011, 8 p.m. – The dynamic Elektra Ensemble with trios for violin, cello and piano by Brahms, Chausson, and Beethoven.

Festival Finale – “Trout Fishing”
SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 7:30 p.m. – Schubert’s masterpiece quintet, with music of Beethoven and Mahler: Adrian Sylveen Mackiewicz, violin, Jurate Svedaite, soprano, Daniel Lee, viola, Kathy Schiano, cello, Mark McCormick, doublebass, Patrice Newman, piano

Beginning August 1, advance purchase tickets and series passes are available at Bank Square Books, 53 W. Main St., Mystic: 860-536-3795 or at http://www.chambermusicmystic.org/.

Advance purchase: $20 single ticket/$60 festival pass ($15/$40 seniors, $5/$15 students)

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