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TONIGHT TOMORROW ASPEN MUSIC FESTIVAL AND SCHOOL All Beethoven with Stefan Jackiw violin, Alisa Renée Fleming Sings Schneider Song Cycle Weilerstein cello, and Inon Barnatan piano FRIDAY, JULY 16 | 5:30 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT THURSDAY, JULY 15 I 7 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT Aspen Chamber Symphony. Robert Spano conductor. Renée Fleming soprano (pictured) Stefan Jackiw violin (pictured), Alisa Weilerstein cello, Inon Barnatan piano This musical "dream team" plays an all-Beethoven program featuring works from his early, middle, and late periods: the Violin Sonata No. 1, the "Pathetique" Piano Sonata, Cello Sonata No. 2, and the "Ghost" The incomparable Renée Fleming joins Robert Spano and the Aspen Chamber Symphony for Maria Schneider's Grammy-winning. jazz-inflected Winter Morning Walks. Also on the program, Michael Abels's Delights and Dances and Brahms's Variations on a Theme by Haydn. Piano Trio. With special thanks to Gail and Al Engelberg With special thanks to Mrs. Mercedes T. Boss - Mercedes T. Bass Charitable Corporation BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! Box Office 970 925 9042 Buy Online aspenmusicfestival.com Mozart's The Magic Flute Conlon Conducts Dawson, Beethoven SATURDAY, JULY 17 1 7 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT SUNDAY, JULY 181 4 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT Patrick Summers conductor, Edward Berkeley stage director, Renée Fleming narrator Aspen Festival Orchestra. James Conlon conductor(pictured), Yefim Bronfman plano Mozart's fantastical fairy tale, written as a "people's opera." is a comedic romp with layers of deeper meaning. This abridged, semi- stoged performance features a witty narration and will be sung by the remarkable fellows of the Aspen Opera Theater and VocalARTS Celebrate the return to Aspen of two musical powerhouses. James Conlon and Yefim Bronfman, in Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto. Discover Alvin Singleton's 56 Blows (quis Custodiet Custodes?) and a once-neglected musical gem, Dowson's Negro Folk Symphony. program. With special thanks to Goel Neeson, in memory of Stefan Edlis FREE livestream available at aspenmusicfestival.com/virtual-stage With special thanks to Becky and Mike Murray and the Stern Family Foundation TONIGHT TOMORROW ASPEN MUSIC FESTIVAL AND SCHOOL All Beethoven with Stefan Jackiw violin, Alisa Renée Fleming Sings Schneider Song Cycle Weilerstein cello, and Inon Barnatan piano FRIDAY, JULY 16 | 5:30 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT THURSDAY, JULY 15 I 7 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT Aspen Chamber Symphony. Robert Spano conductor. Renée Fleming soprano (pictured) Stefan Jackiw violin (pictured), Alisa Weilerstein cello, Inon Barnatan piano This musical "dream team" plays an all-Beethoven program featuring works from his early, middle, and late periods: the Violin Sonata No. 1, the "Pathetique" Piano Sonata, Cello Sonata No. 2, and the "Ghost" The incomparable Renée Fleming joins Robert Spano and the Aspen Chamber Symphony for Maria Schneider's Grammy-winning. jazz-inflected Winter Morning Walks. Also on the program, Michael Abels's Delights and Dances and Brahms's Variations on a Theme by Haydn. Piano Trio. With special thanks to Gail and Al Engelberg With special thanks to Mrs. Mercedes T. Boss - Mercedes T. Bass Charitable Corporation BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! Box Office 970 925 9042 Buy Online aspenmusicfestival.com Mozart's The Magic Flute Conlon Conducts Dawson, Beethoven SATURDAY, JULY 17 1 7 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT SUNDAY, JULY 181 4 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT Patrick Summers conductor, Edward Berkeley stage director, Renée Fleming narrator Aspen Festival Orchestra. James Conlon conductor(pictured), Yefim Bronfman plano Mozart's fantastical fairy tale, written as a "people's opera." is a comedic romp with layers of deeper meaning. This abridged, semi- stoged performance features a witty narration and will be sung by the remarkable fellows of the Aspen Opera Theater and VocalARTS Celebrate the return to Aspen of two musical powerhouses. James Conlon and Yefim Bronfman, in Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto. Discover Alvin Singleton's 56 Blows (quis Custodiet Custodes?) and a once-neglected musical gem, Dowson's Negro Folk Symphony. program. With special thanks to Goel Neeson, in memory of Stefan Edlis FREE livestream available at aspenmusicfestival.com/virtual-stage With special thanks to Becky and Mike Murray and the Stern Family Foundation