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TONIGHT ASPEN MUSIC FESTIVAL AND SCHOOL 4 DAYS LEFT A Recital by Jeremy Denk piano Beethoven's "Pastoral" Symphony No. 6 OF MUSIC! THURSDAY, AUGUST 19 1 7 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT FRIDAY, AUGUST 20 I 5:30 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT Box Office Aspen Chamber Symphony. Christian Arming conductor, Sheku Kanneh-Mason cello (pictured) 970 925 9042 A pianist The New York Times claims "you want to hear no matter what he performs, Jeremy Denk returns to Aspen with a wide- Winner of the BBC Young Musician Award Sheku Kanneh-Mason joins the Aspen Chamber Symphony for Dvoák's beloved Cello Concerto. Also on the program, Beethoven's "Pastoral" Sixth Symphony. Hear two ravishing works conducted by the charismatic Christian Arming. Buy Online aspenmusicfestival.com ranging program that includes Bach's Partita No. 5, Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 32 and works by Coleridge-Toylor, Wiggins, and Frederic Rzewski. With special thanks to Deborah and Richard Folder and Judy and Leonard Lauder With special thanks to Denise Monteleone and Jim Martin AMFS Artist-Faculty, Contemporary Ensemble Handel's Rodelinda, regina de' Longobardi SATURDAY, AUGUST 21 | 2 PM I HARRIS CONCERT HALL SATURDAY, AUGUST 21 | 7 PM I HARRIS CONCERT HALL Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, Timothy Weiss conductor, John D. Rojak bass trombone (pictured), Austin Contrell percussion, Jacob Nissly percussion. Nancy Allen harp, Nadine Asin flute, Elaine Douvas oboe. Joaquin Valdepelas clarinet. Per Hannevoid bassoon, Erik Ralske horn Kenneth Merrill conductor, Omer Ben Seadia director The Aspen Opera Theater and VocalARTS program presents an abridged concert version of one of Handel's greatest dramas. Come see how things unfold for the beleaguered queen Rodelinda while hearing some of the most stunning music ever written for the Baroque Discover new works played by dynamic performers when AMFS artist-faculty members team up in joyful collaboration for three exciting contemporary pieces: George Lewis's Mnemosis. Wilson's A City Called Heaven, and the world premiere of Steven Christopher Sacco's Quartet for Bass Trombone, Vibraphone, Marimba, and Harp. Masks required in Harris Hall. opera stage. Masks required in Harris Holl. With special thanks to Toby D Lewis TONIGHT ASPEN MUSIC FESTIVAL AND SCHOOL 4 DAYS LEFT A Recital by Jeremy Denk piano Beethoven's "Pastoral" Symphony No. 6 OF MUSIC! THURSDAY, AUGUST 19 1 7 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT FRIDAY, AUGUST 20 I 5:30 PM I BENEDICT MUSIC TENT Box Office Aspen Chamber Symphony. Christian Arming conductor, Sheku Kanneh-Mason cello (pictured) 970 925 9042 A pianist The New York Times claims "you want to hear no matter what he performs, Jeremy Denk returns to Aspen with a wide- Winner of the BBC Young Musician Award Sheku Kanneh-Mason joins the Aspen Chamber Symphony for Dvoák's beloved Cello Concerto. Also on the program, Beethoven's "Pastoral" Sixth Symphony. Hear two ravishing works conducted by the charismatic Christian Arming. Buy Online aspenmusicfestival.com ranging program that includes Bach's Partita No. 5, Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 32 and works by Coleridge-Toylor, Wiggins, and Frederic Rzewski. With special thanks to Deborah and Richard Folder and Judy and Leonard Lauder With special thanks to Denise Monteleone and Jim Martin AMFS Artist-Faculty, Contemporary Ensemble Handel's Rodelinda, regina de' Longobardi SATURDAY, AUGUST 21 | 2 PM I HARRIS CONCERT HALL SATURDAY, AUGUST 21 | 7 PM I HARRIS CONCERT HALL Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, Timothy Weiss conductor, John D. Rojak bass trombone (pictured), Austin Contrell percussion, Jacob Nissly percussion. Nancy Allen harp, Nadine Asin flute, Elaine Douvas oboe. Joaquin Valdepelas clarinet. Per Hannevoid bassoon, Erik Ralske horn Kenneth Merrill conductor, Omer Ben Seadia director The Aspen Opera Theater and VocalARTS program presents an abridged concert version of one of Handel's greatest dramas. Come see how things unfold for the beleaguered queen Rodelinda while hearing some of the most stunning music ever written for the Baroque Discover new works played by dynamic performers when AMFS artist-faculty members team up in joyful collaboration for three exciting contemporary pieces: George Lewis's Mnemosis. Wilson's A City Called Heaven, and the world premiere of Steven Christopher Sacco's Quartet for Bass Trombone, Vibraphone, Marimba, and Harp. Masks required in Harris Hall. opera stage. Masks required in Harris Holl. With special thanks to Toby D Lewis