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July 2016

Sunday
July 3
7:30 PM
Location: Miller Theater, Miller Performing Arts Center
MostArts Opening Gala Concert!!! (Tickets Required)

The MostArts Festival opens with a Gala Concert featuring last year’s Grand Prize Winner Avery Gagliano. Yuval Zaliouk conducting.

Tickets are required, and may be purchased online at the MostArts website or at the door. Reservations may be made by emailing mostarts@alfred.edu or living your information at 607-871-2562. Group and family discounts are available by emailing Mostarts@alfred.edu.
Link: MostArts website for tickets

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Monday
July 4
12:00 PM
Location: Holmes Auditorium
MostArts Festival Lunchtime "Sound Bites! (Free Event)

Members of the MostArts Festival Orchestra perform for you! Bring your lunch, or purchase one outside the hall. Free event!

Mozart String Quartet "The Hunt" No. 17 K. 458 1st mvt.
Torelli Trumpet Sonata in D
Popper "Requiem"
Schubert Octet D 803 1st mvt


Tuesday
July 5
6:30 PM
Location: Davis Memorial Carillon
Wingate Memorial Carillon Recital (Free Event)

Recitals are free; bring a chair and enjoy the music! Today’s recital is at 6:30 so you can also attend the MostArts Concert at 7:30.

July 5 Sonata Duo
Rachel Perfecto and Jakob De Vreese will perform a program that ranges from Brahms to Sedaka and Sousa to Piazzolla. Rachel, a Yale graduate, and Jakob, a graduate of the Music Academy of Ghent, met at the Royal Carillon School in Belgium and also perform as an oboe and keyboard duo. This recital starts at 6:30 pm due to the MostArts Festival concert at 7:30.

July 12 Mathieu Daniël Polak
Polak, a graduate of the Dutch Carillon School, is a winner of several international carillon competitions. His program will feature songs from Peru, Japan, Israel, the USA, and his native land of Holland. Time: 7 pm

July 19 Gordon Slater
Slater, carillonneur emeritus from the Peace Tower in Ottawa, Canada, is one of the statesmen of the international carillon world. A gifted arranger and player, Slater will perform his arrangements of "Brave Wolf" by the Maritimes, Bacharach’s Raindrops "Keep Fallin’ on My Head," and songs from the musical Brigadoon, as well as works by Strauss, Percival Price, and Allard. Time: 7 pm

July 26 Toru Takao
Takao, a native of Japan, fell in love with the carillon while studying in Europe. A winner of several international carillon competitions, he lives in Germany and promotes the German and Japanese carillon cultures. His program will include classical works by Strauss, Mozart and Saint-Saens, the Japanese folk song "Sakura", a medley of tunes from Japanese animation, "The Entertainer" by Joplin, and "I Got Rhythm" by Gershwin. Time: 7 pm


Wednesday
July 6
7:30 PM
Location: Knight Club, Powell Campus Center
Music Under the Starts Dance (Tickets Required)

Enjoy the music of the Alex Levin (jazz) Trio from New York City. Part of the MostArts Summer Festival. 7:30 - 10:30 pm - Knight Club, Powell Campus Center.

Tickets may be purchased at the door, and include the Fabulous Food. Cash Bar.
Link: MostArts Summer Festival

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Wednesday
July 6
12:00 PM
Location: Holmes Auditorium, Harder Hall
Sound Bites Chamber Music Sampler (Free Event)

Members of the MostArts Festival Orchestra, as well special guests’ perform during the noon hour. Lunch may be purchased in the lobby, or bring your own! But come enjoy!
Link: MostArts Summer Festival


Thursday
July 7
12:00 PM
Location: Holmes Auditorium, Harder Hall
Sound Bites Chamber Music Sampler (Free Event)

Members of the MostArts Festival Orchestra, as well special guests’ perform during the noon hour. Lunch may be purchased in the lobby, or bring your own! But come enjoy!
Link: MostArts Summer Festival


Thursday
July 7
7:30 PM
Location: Miller Theater, Miller Performing Arts Center
MostArts Concert featuring our Young Pianists (Tickets Required)

This evening’s concert will feature the finalists of the Young Pianist Competition. Come - enjoy - and vote for your favorite!
Link: MostArts Summer Festival

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Friday
July 8
7:30 PM
Location: Miller Theater, Miller Performing Arts Center
MostArts Concert featuring our Young Pianists (Tickets Required)

This evening’s concert will feature the finalists of the Young Pianist Competition. Come - enjoy - and vote for your favorite!
Link: MostArts Summer Festival

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Friday
July 8
12:00 PM
Location: Holmes Auditorium, Harder Hall
Sound Bites Chamber Music Sampler (Free Event)

Members of the MostArts Festival Orchestra, as well special guests’ perform during the noon hour. Lunch may be purchased in the lobby, or bring your own! But come enjoy!
Link: MostArts Summer Festival


Saturday
July 9
7:30 PM
Location: Miller Theater, Miller Performing Arts Center
MostArts Grand Finale Gala Concert (Tickets Required)

The MostArts Festival concludes with a Gala Concert featuring Grammy Award Pianist Angelin Chang, followed by the announcement of the Young Pianist Competition winners. Come enjoy the Finale of this year’s Festival!
Link: MostArts Summer Festival

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Tuesday
July 19
7:00 PM
Location: Davis Memorial Carillon
Wingate Memorial Carillon Recitals (Free Event)

Bring a chair and enjoy the music of the carillon! The recitals are free, and go on rain or shine.

July 19 Gordon Slater
Slater, carillonneur emeritus from the Peace Tower in Ottawa, Canada, is one of the statesmen of the international carillon world. A gifted arranger and player, Slater will perform his arrangements of "Brave Wolf" by the Maritimes, Bacharach’s Raindrops "Keep Fallin’ on My Head," and songs from the musical Brigadoon, as well as works by Strauss, Percival Price, and Allard. Time: 7 pm

July 26 Toru Takao
Takao, a native of Japan, fell in love with the carillon while studying in Europe. A winner of several international carillon competitions, he lives in Germany and promotes the German and Japanese carillon cultures. His program will include classical works by Strauss, Mozart and Saint-Saens, the Japanese folk song "Sakura", a medley of tunes from Japanese animation, "The Entertainer" by Joplin, and "I Got Rhythm" by Gershwin. Time: 7 pm


Tuesday
July 26
7:00 PM
Location: Davis Memorial Carillon
Wingate Memorial Carillon Recitals (Free Event)

Bring a chair, and enjoy the music of the carillon. The recitals are free, and go on rain or shine.

July 26 Toru Takao
Takao, a native of Japan, fell in love with the carillon while studying in Europe. A winner of several international carillon competitions, he lives in Germany and promotes the German and Japanese carillon cultures. His program will include classical works by Strauss, Mozart and Saint-Saens, the Japanese folk song "Sakura", a medley of tunes from Japanese animation, "The Entertainer" by Joplin, and "I Got Rhythm" by Gershwin. Time: 7 pm