Aug
24
8:00 PM20:00

Skaneateles Festival

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Festival Finale in memory of Louise Robinson: with David Zinman and the Festival Orchestra

For the Festival's grand finale, world-famous conductor David Zinman returns to Skaneateles to lead a program with the Festival Orchestra in honor of Louise Robinson, featuring Mozart’s Horn Concerto No. 3 with Gail Williams, an exciting new commission by Pierre Jalbert, and Mendelssohn’s rollicking “Italian” Symphony.

Program:

MOZART: Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-flat Major, K. 447
PIERRE JALBERT: Festival commission – World Premiere
MENDELSSOHN: Symphony in A Major, Op. 90 (“Italian”)

Location: Robinson Pavilion at Anyela's Vineyards (Rain location: TBA)


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Aug
11
2:00 PM14:00

La bohème

Considered one of the most popular operas in history, La Bohème is the ultimate story of love and loss. Set in 19th century Paris, a group of poverty-stricken artists weave a coming-of-age tale of passion, jealousy, and regret, and face the harsh reality of the death of one of their own. La Bohème was the inspiration for Rent, the Broadway hit now celebrating its 20th anniversary!

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Aug
9
7:30 PM19:30

La bohème

Considered one of the most popular operas in history, La Bohème is the ultimate story of love and loss. Set in 19th century Paris, a group of poverty-stricken artists weave a coming-of-age tale of passion, jealousy, and regret, and face the harsh reality of the death of one of their own. La Bohème was the inspiration for Rent, the Broadway hit now celebrating its 20th anniversary!

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Aug
3
to Aug 9

Opus Ithaca Flute Camp

Come experience a fun week of fluting!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR OPUS ITHACA FLUTE CAMP

Daily activities will include…

♪ Private instruction and group lessons

♪ Ensemble playing and games

♪ Hearing professional flutists in recital

♪ Meeting new friends!

Final performance on Friday, August 9 – Family and friends welcome to attend!
Students must provide their own bag lunches for the week.

Instructors:
Elizabeth Shuhan, camp director- Opus Ithaca and Cornell University
Other instructors TBA!

Guest artist: Cobus du Toit

Quick Facts:
Date
: August 5-9
Time: 8:30AM-3:00PM
Location: Opus Ithaca School of Music, 402 N. Aurora St.
Age of students: 8-18 with at least one year of experience playing.
Instrument: flute
Tuition: $250 per student, $220 for siblings

Scholarships ARE available upon request based on financial need. Please email info@opusithaca.org for an application.
There is a $10 registration fee for families not already part of Opus Ithaca. Transportation is not provided.

Email elizabeth.shuhan@gmail.com for more information.

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Jul
28
to Aug 3

Ithaca College Summer Music Academy

The Intermediate Division offers beginning and intermediate music students the opportunity to work with renowned faculty in a fun and supportive environment. Students will participate in large ensembles, chamber ensembles, masterclasses, and an array of music courses designed to provide a quality summer musical experience to young musicians.

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Jun
16
to Jul 12

Luzerne Music Center - Junior Session

Designed for students ages 9-14, this program is essential for the passionate young person that seeks a greater musical foundation. The program, two and four-week options, include classes in music theory and rhythm, weekly private instruction, daily small ensemble coaching, orchestral studies, and weekly performance opportunities.

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May
11
7:30 PM19:30

It's Time for Pictures

Pop music meets classical symphony with this brilliant, exciting and fun new work based on today’s most current popular music trends for full symphony orchestra. Micheal McHale, Ireland’s most sought after young classical artist will perform an electrifying piano concerto full of driving rhythms and exuberant Russian flair. Pictures at an Exhibition is a huge orchestral blockbuster of epic proportions and sonic splendor.

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Apr
13
7:30 PM19:30

It’s Time for Piano

Some of the most lyrical singing and piano playing on the concert stage today. Tony DeSare is considered to be one of the most prominent rising stars in the Jazz and Symphonic world. He is at home with a wide variety of music and has been a featured artist throughout the world and with numerous symphony orchestras.

The Symphony will also perform classical greatest hits by Offenbach, Tchaikovsky, and Liszt.

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Jan
19
7:30 PM19:30

It’s Time for Chaplin

Charlie Chaplin’s feature length classic film, City Lights from 1931 will be projected on a large cinema screen with the Fort Smith Symphony performing the soundtrack live. The film is silent and in black and white. City Lights is a funny, tender and lyrical romantic comedy for the entire family and is considered one of the greatest films of all time. Film length is approximately 80 minutes.

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