Saturday, June 29 at 7 p.m. - KILLINGTON - Now in its
31st season of presenting fine chamber music the Killington Music
Festival takes much pride and pleasure in announcing its concert
schedule for 2013. On Saturday evenings from June 29 through Aug.
3, the internationally acclaimed musicians of the Killington Music
Festival will perform at Rams Head Lodge at Killington Resort at 7
p.m. Over 20 internationally acclaimed performers spend part or all
of six weeks performing in the Festival's renowned Music in the
Mountains Classical Concert Series and also teach, guide and mentor
the young aspiring musicians from around the country and
The June 29 opening night concert is entitled,"Vienna in
Vermont." This evening will present the music of W. A. Mozart
(1756-1791), Sonata in B-flat Major, K. 454; Ludwig van Beethoven,
Piano Trio in E-flat Major, Opus 70, No. 2; and Johannes Brahms
(1833-1897), String Sextet No. 2 in G Major, Opus 36. The
following renowned faculty will be performing: Ben Sayevich,
violin; Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich, piano; Anat Malkin Almani,
violin; Ashima Scripp, cello; Heng-Jin Park, piano; Daniel Andai,
violin; Yizhak Schotten, viola; Chung-Hoon Peter Chun, viola; and
Emmanuel Feldman, cello.
The season schedule follows: July 6, "Summer Romance,"
Killington Music Festival Faculty artists perform works of
Gershwin, Svendsen, Chopin and Mendelssohn; July 13, "Inspirations
from Bach," featuring works of Bach, Schubert and Mendelssohn with
guest artist Joseph Silverstein; July 20, "Celtic Journey", works
of Brahms, Flynn, and Barriere. July 27, "Cello World", works of
Brahms, Fitzenhagen, Faure and Beethoven; Aug. 3, "Season
Finale: Germanic tradition," hear the works of Beethoven,
Mozart and Schubert.
All concerts are held Saturdays at Rams Head Lodge at the
Killington Ski Resort, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20, and are available
through the KMF box office at 802-422-1330. Advance tickets may be
ordered by phone through the day prior to the performance. Tickets
may be purchased at Ramshead Lodge the day of the performance
beginning at 6 p.m.
Also part of the Festival, Friday night performances of the
Young Artists Series are held at the Rams Head Lodge at 7 p.m.;
admission is free.
The Killington Music Festival is not only about concerts, but
the Festival also runs a significant education music program, a
six-week residency program for students preparing for careers in
music. The residency program is an intensive combination of study,
practice, rehearsal and performance. The program this summer
includes students from the United States and abroad. The students
give a wide variety of performances at the Rams Head Lodge and free
12-noon concerts at the Rutland Free Library on Wednesday, July 24
and July 31.
The primary audiences for the project continues to be residents
in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, Rutland Regional
Medical Center and children who most often are deprived of music
and the benefits it offers. Through these concerts the lives of
hundreds of elderly and young Vermonters in Rutland County have
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