Park City Music Festival 27th Summer Season – Utah’s Longest-Running Classical Music Festival

July 11 – August 1, 2011
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The Park City Music Festival Summer Season will include chamber music concerts at Temple Har Shalom and the Park City Community Church (located near the base of the Canyons Resort on the outskirts of Park City), four free performances in Miners Park (Park City’s main park in the center of Park City), two Salon Concerts in beautiful homes and an Ice Cream Social complete with performances by Festival artists.

A Festival of Musical Friends: The Park City Music Festival represents a collection of musical friends. The roster was originally formed of artists Festival founder Leslie Harlow met through Juilliard and other music festivals and chamber groups around the country. Russell Harlow joined the Festival the third year and brought his own connections from USC, UCLA and festivals he participated in on the West Coast. Russell Harlow is the founder and original director of the Nova Series in Salt Lake City.

This summer’s roster includes “many of the most gifted musicians of this era” – a quote from violinist and former Utah Symphony conductor Joseph Silverstein.

The Summer 2011 Roster

Violinists Monte Belknap and Alexander Woods represent the powerhouse violin teaching faculty at Brigham Young University. In addition to intense teaching schedules both artists are accomplished soloists and chamber musicians. Monte Belknap won the International Starling Violin Competition in Aspen, Colorado in 1989. This honor awarded full scholarship to the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, where he earned degrees in violin performance as a student of Kurt Sassmannshaus and Dorothy Delay and studied chamber music with some of the world’s leading performing ensembles including the Juilliard, Tokyo and LaSalle String Quartets and the Beaux Arts Piano Trio. He has soloed with the Illinois Symphony, the Dayton Philharmonic, and the Jacksonville Symphony and recorded on the Lagossa and Encore labels.

A graduate of the Yale University School of music with a masters in violin performance, Alexander Woods has performed as chamber musician, soloist, and orchestral musician at some of the world’s finest venues, including Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, Zankel Hall, Avery Fisher Hall (Mostly Mozart), The Museum of Modern Art (NYC), The Kennedy Center, and The National Arts Centre (Ottawa, Canada). Recently, Woods performed with the Orchestra of Saint Luke’s (NYC) at the Rose Theater and the Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra in Los Angeles California. Woods also attended the Manhattan School of Music, studying with Pinchas Zuckerman and Patinka Kopec, and at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona as a student of Mark Rush. At Yale Woods was a student of Syoko Aki and Robert Mealy, and performed with several early music groups including The Yale Baroque Ensemble, The Yale Collegium Players, and as a baritone with the Yale Schola Cantorum.

Violinists Manuel Ramos and Walter Olivares are both known for their elegant style and technique, but they both also are noted for their fiery virtuoso styles when it comes to flashy solo work.

Violinist Walter Olivares has received consistent praise by the press both in the US and abroad. Tim Page of the New York Times characterized his style and sound as ‘the last word in refinement’. Known for his interpretation of the works of Mozart described by the critics as ‘Euclidian perfection’, Olivares has also been praised for his interpretation and style of the lush romantic and rhapsodic literature for the violin. Of his Tzigane critics have said ‘erotic’ ‘perfect’ breathtaking’ ‘caressing tone’ ‘..can do anything with the violin’. Of his Brahms violin concerto standing ovations have followed his performances described as ‘outstanding rendition by the soloist’. As a chamber music artist, he was described as” ‘…a muscular bundle of virtuosity with a comfortable aura of command…and a most ingratiating smile’. A palpable sense of strength flowed through him through the rest of the players.’ His repertoire ranges from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons to the concerti of Mozart and Beethoven, as well as those of the great romantics. Beyond his classical expertise, Olivares has also shared the stage with some of the great entertainers of the world such as Frank Sinatra and Bill Cosby. Olivares has twice been listed in Who is Who among America’s Teachers and has performed on National Public Radio in the US. His ‘devilish’ performance of a rare arrangement of Porgy and Bess on July 2005 in New York brought thunderous applause. 

At the age of 14 violinist Manuel Ramos entered the National Conservatory of Music in Mexico City, and later continued his studies at Indiana University.
Ramos frequently performs in chamber music festivals in the United States and Mexico, and has toured South America, performing in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Paraguay. In addition, he has given recitals in Carnegie Hall in New York, and the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C. Several of his solo appearances with Mexican orchestras have been televised throughout Mexico and Latin America.

Cellist Jeffrey Solow is a charter member of the roster of the Park City Music Festival. Born in Los Angeles, Solow began cello lessons at the age of 7 with Gregory Aller, the grandfather of Leonard Slatkin, and had further studies with Gabor Rejto. He studied with and was assistant to Gregor Piatigorsky while pursuing a degree in Philosophy at the University of California, Los Angeles.[1] In 1969 he won the Young Concert Artists International Auditions which led to his New York City recital debut at Carnegie Recital Hall. Since then he has appeared as a soloist with many of the world’s leading orchestras including the Los Angeles Philharmonic (in subscription concerts and at the Hollywood Bowl), the Japan Philharmonic, the Seattle Symphony, the Milwaukee Symphony, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and the American Symphony Orchestra, the latter of which he has also recorded with.[2] Two of his many recordings were nominated for Grammy Awards and he has made recordings on the Columbia Records, ABC Records, Centaur Records, Delos Records, Kleos Records, Everest Records and Telefunken music labels.[3]
Solow has also worked actively as a chamber musician and is a former member of The Amadeus Trio as well as the American Chamber Players. He has performed as a chamber musician at important music festivals including the Spoleto Festival, the Newport Music Festival, the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, the Sitka Summer Music Festival, the Summit Music Festival, the Montecito Music Festival, the Park City International Music Festival and the Marlboro Festival.[4] He also spent eight summers teaching cello and chamber music at the Chautauqua Institute in New York.[5]
In addition to his work as a performer, Solow is a regular contributor to The Strad, Strings and American String Teacher magazines. He is also a professor of cello and chamber music and former chair of the Department of Instrumental Studies at Temple University ‘s Boyer College of Music and Dance. Moreover, he is a former faculty member of UCLA, the University of Michigan, California State University at Northridge and the Peabody Conservatory. He is President of The Violoncello Society, Inc. of New York and past president of ASTA, the American String Teachers Association.
Cellist Mark Kosower has many notable accomplishments, but most recently he joined the Cleveland Orchestra as Principal Cellist and the teaching faculty at the prestigious Cleveland Institute. As young artists Mark and his sister Paula began studying the cello at around age 2 and by age seven, both had soloed with orchestra. With their cellist father Paul Kosower, they formed the Dolce Trio and toured extensively for nearly a decade. See photo at left – accompanying article posted at this URL: http://www.leadertelegram.com/entertainment/story/article_5ae1c3be-186a-5d7f-917c-9fb632b6dd58.html?mode=image&photo=0

Park City Music Festival Directors Leslie and Russell Harlow were guest performers at the Sitka Festival in Alaska when they first met and performed with cellist Mark Kosower. Along with Canadian violinist Philippe Djokic (another Park City Music Festival roster artist) and as part of the Sitka Festival, the four musicians performed a concert in the tiny town of Gustavus, Alaska, located on the edge of Alaska’s Glacier Bay. They traveled by small private plane to Gustavus and were treated to a whale-watching cruise during the day, then the four performed a chamber music concert for the entire population of Gustavus. On the plane flight from Gustavus to Juneau (following the concert) the pilot allowed Mark Kosower to take over the controls and fly the plane for a portion of the flight. In addition to sharing the Alaska adventures, the Harlows and Kosower became great musical friends. Mark Kosower and his recital partner and wife Jee-Won Oh joined the Park City Festival for a number of years until the Kosowers moved to Germany for a number of years. With Mark’s recent appointment as Principal Cellist of the Cleveland Orchestra, they are back in the U.S. the Park City Music Festival is delighted to bring them to perform again in Park City.

Along with cellist Jeffrey Solow, pianist Michael Gurt is a charter member of the Park City Music Festival roster. Festival Founder/Director Leslie Harlow already knew of Michael Gurt’s playing from their days at the Juilliard School and she was delighted when he came to Utah to perform with the Utah Symphony. Gurt obtained his bachelors degree from the University of Michigan School of Music, where his teacher was Louis Nagel. Upon graduation he received the coveted Stanley Medal. Then Gurt did his graduate work with Martin Canin at the Juilliard School in New York and it was at this time Leslie Harlow first heard him perform. While a student at Juilliard, Gurt performed the Rachmaninoff Third Concerto at Lincoln Center with the Juilliard Orchestra. In 1982, Mr. Gurt won First Prize in the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition, and he has been a prizewinner in international competitions held in Sydney, Australia, and Pretoria, South Africa.
Michael Gurt has appeared as soloist with the Chicago Symphony, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Utah Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony, the Memphis Symphony, the Capetown Symphony, the National Orchestra of China in Beijing, and the Natal Philharmonic Orchestra in Durban, South Africa, among others. He has performed solo recitals in Alice Tully Hall in New York, Ambassador Auditorium in Los Angeles, Orchestra Hall in Detroit, City Hall in Hong Kong, the Victorian Arts Center in Melbourne, Australia, Baxter Hall in Capetown, South Africa, and the Attatürk Cultural Center in Istanbul, Turkey. He has appeared as guest artist with the Takács String Quartet and he recently performed at the Australian Festival of Chamber Music. Mr. Gurt has served on the juries of the New Orleans International Piano Competition and the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition. He has been featured on a nationwide PBS broadcast, performing the Rachmaninoff Third Concerto with the Utah Symphony. Gurt has recorded on the Naxos, Centaur and Redwood labels.
Leslie Harlow met pianist Doris Stevenson through violinist Paul Rosenthal and cellist Jeffrey Solow, who both continue to perform with Doris at the Sitka Festival in Alaska. Stevenson and Solow have also recorded cello and piano works for compact disc and Rosenthal and Stevenson frequently perform together on recital tours around the U.S. as representatives of the Piatigorsky Foundation. Doris Stevenson served as the pianist for the famous Piatigorsky Master Classes at USC. Though they didn’t know each other at the time, Russell Harlow attended those master classes. Pianist John Jensen (PC Music Festival Fall 2011 Roster) and Doris Stevenson were colleagues and knew each other at that time as well.
With Doris Stevenson, violinist Monte Belknap and the Harlows recently performed on the Bargemusic Series in New York.

How the Festivals are run:
Festival Directors Leslie Harlow and Russell Harlow met at the Utah Symphony where Russell Harlow has performed for many years. Russell joined the Symphony when he was only 21, and his love of chamber music led him to found the Nova Music Series soon after he joined the orchestra. The series included musicians from the Symphony along with artists invited from outside Utah. In 1985 Russell Harlow handed the Nova Series reins over to Barbara Scowcroft and joined the Park City Music Festival as co-director. Through his connections the Festival added a number of wonderful artists to the roster including the late violinist Charles Libove. Leslie Harlow completed a masters in viola performance at the Juilliard School and had performed at a number of festivals before moving to Utah.
Over the years the Harlows have designed and presented around 600 chamber music concerts as part of the Park City Music Festival (originally named the Deer Valley Music Festival, by the way) throughout Park City and beyond. If one adds the Nova concerts directed by Russell Harlow, the Harlows probably hold the record for chamber concerts presented in Utah. Probably just as notable, the Harlows continue to run the Festival as unpaid volunteers and have actually donated over $500,000 over the last 26 years from their own income as professional musicians, making the Festival possible. The Festival is supported by grants and ticket sales and, without a staff to pay, the operating costs are relatively low. It is still a challenge to raise the money to present the concerts and the Harlows prepare and submit grant applications throughout the year.
The Harlows live on the outskirts Park City and work out of their home, located not far from the Festival venues where they love to perform. They live in a quiet neighborhood in a house surrounded by aspen trees. The main floor consists of a large room commanded by a grand piano and during the Festival the Harlows retreat to the basement bedrooms and turn over the upstairs bedrooms to Festival artists. Rehearsals go on every day during the Festival, interrupted by bouts of grilling on the deck and cooking in the kitchen. The Harlows‘ home is not large enough for all the artists to stay there and Festival board members nearby open their homes as well. After concerts the artists, board and some audience members converge on favorite Park City restaurants to celebrate. There is some occasional downtime and the musicians have been treated to guided mountain hikes, great bike rides around the area, gondola rides at the Canyons and Alpine Slide rides at Park City Mountain Resort. Festival board member Annie Sundquist loves to surprise the musicians by delivering breakfasts several times a week.
The opportunity to spend weeks rehearsing and performing in this in-residence atmosphere brings the Festival’s fine players back year after year.
In order to run a world-class music festival the Harlows resort to a fair amount of technology: six Mac computers and two iPads reside around the house and computers and iPads travel with them wherever they go. The websites and graphics for promotion are all designed in-house, literally. The staff consists of the Harlows and the Park City Chamber Music Society board and volunteers. The Harlows continue to work, teach and perform as professional musicians. Occasionally they will run out somewhere like New York City or Alaska to perform, and they are currently completing their second SACD compact disc recording of chamber music with clarinet and strings.

For more information on the Park City Music Festival Summer Season, please visit the website at http://www.pcmusicfestival.com/musicfestivals.html
The concert schedule for the summer season:

HOMES IN PARK CITY AND SALT LAKE CITY
Salon Concerts in Beautiful Homes July 15, 23, 30.
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS $40 PER PERSON – TO RECEIVE INVITATIONS TO THESE EVENTS, CONTACT THE FESTIVAL OFFICE BY EMAIL: [email protected] PHONE FOR MORE INFORMATION/RESERVATIONS 435-649-5309
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
The Festival Salon Concerts are favorite events for Festival audiences. Audiences dine and relax in the elegant and intimate atmosphere of beautiful homes while enjoying virtuoso performances by the outstanding guest artists of the Park City Music Festival.
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Featuring the outstanding classical solo artists of the Park City Music Festival. For these concerts, the artists perform virtuoso showpieces and salon works written for intimate performances once enjoyed only by royalty.

CITY PARK BANDSTAND
Chamber Music Under the Stars
JULY 11 MONDAY
6:30 – 8:00PM
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS FREE ADMISSION – OUTDOOR CONCERT, BRING A BLANKET OR A CHAIR, ALONG WITH A PICNIC DINNER, AND ENJOY A CONCERT OF BEAUTIFUL CHAMBER MUSIC, PRESENTED BY MOUNTAIN TOWN MUSIC, FEATURING PERFORMANCES BY THE PARK CITY MUSIC FESTIVAL ARTISTS
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Selections from chamber works by Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and more
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Monte Belknap, Violinist
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist and Festival Founder/Director
Jeffrey Solow, Cellist
Michael Gurt, Pianist

PARK CITY COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chamber Music Showcase
JULY 14 THURSDAY
7:30 PM
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS $20 REGULAR ADMISSION / $15 FOR STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 10-PUNCH CARD REG $150/$100 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 6-PUNCH CARD REG $90/$66 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR PRIOR TO EACH CONCERT / GENERAL SEATING
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Schickele Quartet for Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano Mozart Piano Quartet in Eb Major Solo Piano Works featuring Michael Gurt
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Monte Belknap, Violinist
Michael Gurt, Pianist
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist
Jeffrey Solow, Cellist

PARK CITY HOME
“Music Among Friends’ Salon Concert
JULY 15 FRIDAY
6:30 PM
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS MINIMUM DONATION $40 PER PERSON, CALL 435-649-5309 OR EMAIL [email protected] TO MAKE RESERVATIONS AND RECEIVE LOCATION INFORMATION
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Virtuoso Salon Pieces and Selections from Chamber Music Favorites
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Monte Belknap, Violinist
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist
Jeffrey Solow, Cellist
Michael Gurt, Pianist

TEMPLE HAR SHALOM
Sunday Afternoon Chamber Music
JULY 17 SUNDAY
3:00 PM
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS $20 REGULAR ADMISSION / $15 FOR STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 10-PUNCH CARD REG $150/$100 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 6-PUNCH CARD REG $90/$66 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR PRIOR TO EACH CONCERT / GENERAL SEATING
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Brahms Sonata in Eb for Clarinet and Piano Dvorak Piano Trio Opus 90 “Dumky” Chausson Piano Quartet
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Monte Belknap, Violinist
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist
Jeffrey Solow, Cellist
Michael Gurt, Pianist

CITY PARK
Chamber Music Under the Stars
JULY 18 MONDAY
6:30 – 8:00 PM
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS FREE ADMISSION – OUTDOOR CONCERT, BRING A BLANKET OR A CHAIR, ALONG WITH A PICNIC DINNER, AND ENJOY A CONCERT OF BEAUTIFUL CHAMBER MUSIC, PRESENTED BY MOUNTAIN TOWN MUSIC, FEATURING PERFORMANCES BY THE PARK CITY MUSIC FESTIVAL ARTISTS
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Chamber Music by Glazunov, Mozart, Hindemith, Dvorak and more
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Monte Belknap, Violinist
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Michael Gurt, Pianist
Leslie Harlow, Violist
Jeffrey Solow, Cellist

PARK CITY COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chamber Music Showcase
JULY 21 THURSDAY
7:30 pm
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS $20 REGULAR ADMISSION / $15 FOR STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 10-PUNCH CARD REG $150/$100 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 6-PUNCH CARD REG $90/$66 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR PRIOR TO EACH CONCERT / GENERAL SEATING
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Beethoven String Trio Opus 9 Weber Quintet for Clarinet and Strings Brahms Quintet for Piano and Strings, Opus 34
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Manuel Ramos, Violinist
Alexander Woods, Violinist
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist
Garrick Woods, Cellist
Doris Stevenson, Pianist

PARK CITY HOME
“Ice Cream Social with the Harlows’ Salon Concert
JULY 23 SATURDAY AFTERNOON
3:00 PM Limited to 30 attendees
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS MINIMUM DONATION $40 PER PERSON, CALL 435-649-5309 OR EMAIL [email protected] TO MAKE RESERVATIONS AND RECEIVE LOCATION INFORMATION
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Virtuoso Salon Pieces and Selections from Chamber Music Favorites
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Manuel Ramos and Alexander Woods, Violinists
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist
Garrick Woods, Cellist
Doris Stevenson, Pianist

TEMPLE HAR SHALOM
Sunday Afternoon Chamber Music
JULY 24 SUNDAY AFTERNOON
3:00 PM
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS $20 REGULAR ADMISSION / $15 FOR STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 10-PUNCH CARD REG $150/$100 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 6-PUNCH CARD REG $90/$66 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR PRIOR TO EACH CONCERT / GENERAL SEATING
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Dvorak Terzetto for Two Violins and Viola Moskowski Duo for Two Violins and Piano Mozart Quintet for Clarinet and Strings Faure Quartet for Piano and Strings in C Minor
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Manuel Ramos, Violinist
Alexander Woods, Violinist
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist
Garrick Woods, Cellist
Doris Stevenson, Pianist

CITY PARK
Chamber Music Under the Stars
JULY 25 MONDAY
6:30 – 8:00 PM
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS FREE ADMISSION – OUTDOOR CONCERT, BRING A BLANKET OR A CHAIR, ALONG WITH A PICNIC DINNER, AND ENJOY A CONCERT OF BEAUTIFUL CHAMBER MUSIC, PRESENTED BY MOUNTAIN TOWN MUSIC, FEATURING PERFORMANCES BY THE PARK CITY MUSIC FESTIVAL ARTISTS
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Chamber Music of Beethoven, Dvorak, Moskowski and more.
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Manuel Ramos, Violininist,
Alexander Woods, Violin
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist
Garrick Woods, Cellist
Doris Stevenson, Pianist

PARK CITY COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chamber Music Showcase
JULY 28 THURSDAY
7:30 PM
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS $20 REGULAR ADMISSION / $15 FOR STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 10-PUNCH CARD REG $150/$100 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 6-PUNCH CARD REG $90/$66 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR PRIOR TO EACH CONCERT / GENERAL SEATING
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Kodaly Serenade for Two Violins and Viola Showpiece for Cello and Piano TBA Brahms Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano, Opus 14 Glazunov String Quartet No. 5
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Walter Olivares, Violinist
Monte Belknap, Violinist
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist
Mark Kosower, Cellist
Jee-Won Oh, Pianist

PARK CITY HOME
“Jan’s Summer Chamber Music Party on the Lake’ Salon Concert
JULY 30 SATURDAY AFTERNOON
3:00 PM Limited to 30 attendees
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS MINIMUM DONATION $40 PER PERSON, CALL 435-649-5309 OR EMAIL [email protected] TO MAKE RESERVATIONS AND RECEIVE LOCATION INFORMATION
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Virtuoso Salon Pieces and Selections from Chamber Music Favorites
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Monte Belknap, and Walter Olivares, Violinists
Mark Kosower, Cellist
Jee-Won Oh, Pianist
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist

TEMPLE HAR SHALOM
Sunday Afternoon Chamber Music
JULY 31 SUNDAY
3:00 PM
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS $20 REGULAR ADMISSION / $15 FOR STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 10-PUNCH CARD REG $150/$100 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ 6-PUNCH CARD REG $90/$66 STUDENTS AND SENIORS 62+ TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR PRIOR TO EACH CONCERT / GENERAL SEATING
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Reger Sonata for Cello and Piano Beethoven “Archduke” Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano Taneyev “Canzona” for Clarinet and Strings Elgar Quintet for Piano and Strings
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Walter Olivares, Violinist
Monte Belknap, Violinist
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist
Mark Kosower, Cellist
Jee-Won Oh, Pianist

CITY PARK
Chamber Music Under the Stars
AUGUST 1 MONDAY
6:30 PM
ADMISSION/RESERVATIONS FREE ADMISSION
CONCERT PROGRAMS:
Chamber Music of Mozart, Kodaly, Bartok, Taneyv and Glazunov
FEATURING FESTIVAL ARTISTS
Monte Belknap, Violinist
Walter Olivares, Violinist
Russell Harlow, Clarinetist
Leslie Harlow, Violist
Garrick Woods, Cellist

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