2013 Festival Ticket Brochure
2013 Festival ticket brochure.
Bach season sponsor carmel Festival 76th Season official airline media sponsor July 13â€“27, 2013 with pre-fest activities July 6-12 paul goodwin Artistic Director and Principal Conductor bachfestival.org 831.624.1521 I look forward to welcoming you to our 2013 Festival, The French Connection. Our 76th annual Summer Festival includes concerts at venues throughout Carmel, Monterey and Pebble Beach. We open on Saturday with Fauré's exquisite Requiem at the Sunset Theater in Carmel and follow it with Bach's Christmas Oratorio in its entirety on Sunday, bringing it back as a mainstay of our Bach repertoire in an interpretation both light and lively. Monday is the string concerto evening with our leader Peter Hanson. On Tuesday, David Gordon, in his 25th Anniversary year, and I present a program of familiar and also unusual french music through the centuries. You will be happy to hear that we are returning to the Carmel Mission Basilica on Wednesday evening with a choral celebration. We then “cross over” to jazz and Bach on Thursday night and our final concert balances colorful French baroque music with the extraordinary Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique played in period style. There is such variety this season that you should not miss these festival weeks in the incomparable beauty of Carmel-by-the-Sea. I hope to see you in July! PAUL GOODWIN artistic director and principal conductor monterey bay 6 7th Ave 8th Ave 9th Ave 1 2 Ocean Ave 1 3 7 5 1 1 San Carlos St Dolores St Lincoln St Junipero 10th Ave 11th Ave 12th Ave carmel N San Francisco 120 miles 13th Ave S an L ucia Av e 4 Ri o Rd 1 2 3 carmel bay 4 Los Angeles 345 miles S Inset carmel FEstival venues 1 Church of the Wayfarer (CW) Lincoln & 7th Carmel Mission Basilica (CM) 3080 Rio Road San Carlos Cathedral, Monterey (CC) 500 Church Street 2 Sunset Center Theater (ST) San Carlos & 9th Church in the Forest, Pebble Beach (CF) 3152 Forest Lake Road 3 All Saints Church (AS) Dolores & 9th 6 Wave Street Studios, Monterey (WS) 4 5 774 Wave Street 7 Just minutes from Carmel, the Monterey Regional Airport offers convenient direct flights to and from: Denver, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Diego, and San Francisco. www.montereyairport.com I 831.648.7000 Audience commentsâ€”2012 "The crossover concerts have been the best I've ever heard both this year and last." "I thought Best of the Fest was the best everâ€”very cohesive and well presented by Paul Goodwin. A real winner!!" "What a delight to be able to be in Carmel and enjoy such beautiful music." CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org 3 Artistic Leadership Paul Goodwin Artistic Director and Principal Conductor One of Europe’s most versatile and creative conductors, Paul Goodwin returns for his third season as the Festival’s Artistic Director and Principal Conductor. Based near London, his conducting credits span the globe from Europe to Asia to the United States, where his passion for innovative programming and pairings of old and new music have been met with high acclaim. A Handel expert and early music specialist, Goodwin is at the forefront of the Early Music Revival. "a festival celebrity for his ebullient conducting style, deep musical knowledge and progressive programming—not to mention his infectious charm." Monterey County Weekly (7.16.2012) Andrew Megill Peter Hanson Associate Conductor; Director of Chorale and Chorus Artistic Director, Fuma Sacra; Chorusmaster, Montreal Symphony Orchestra; Music Director, Masterwork Chorus; Conductor and Associate Professor, Westminster Choir College. Concertmaster; Director of Monday Main Concert Period instrument specialist and recording artist; Founder, Hanson String Quartet; Co-founder, Eroica Quartet; concertmaster, Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantique; instructor, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. 4 CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org Andrew Arthur Michael Beattie Principal Keyboard; Director of Twilight in the Cathedral International Conductor, Organist and Harpsichordist; Director of Music, Trinity Hall, Cambridge, England; Associate Director, The Hanover Band; Principal Conductor, Euterpe Baroque Consort; Musical Director, Orpheus Britannicus. Adams Master Class Music Director; Organ and Harpsichord Guest Conductor, Chicago Opera Theater, Pittsburgh Opera, Glimmerglass Festival; keyboardist with Emmanuel Music, Les Violons du Roy, Handel and Haydn Society; current faculty, Boston University. David Gordon John Koza Dramaturge; Adams Master Class Director This season commemorates David's 25th anniversary with the Carmel Bach Festival. Thirty-year veteran of the international concert stage; renowned Bach interpreter, lecturer, teacher and recording artist. Youth Chorus Conductor and Director; Assistant Conductor of the Chorus Conductor, Camerata Singers; Director of Music, First Presbyterian Church of Monterey; music instructor, Hartnell College, Salinas. Suzanne Mudge Allen Whear Tower Music Director; Trombone Artistic Director and Trombone, The Proteus Chamber Players; Principal Trombone, Central Oregon Symphony; Trombone Instructor, Central Oregon College; soloist and guest conductor for wind bands in Oregon. Chamber Concert Director; Principal Cello Associate Principal Cellist, Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra; Artistic Director, Baltimoreâ€™s Pro Musica Rara; baroque cello teacher at the University of North Texas in Denton. performers Orchestra Strings :: Violin Peter Hanson, Concertmaster Emlyn Ngai, Associate Concertmaster Cynthia Roberts, Principal 2nd Violin Cristina Zacharias, Associate Principal 2nd Violin Patricia Ahern Ann Kaefer Duggan Evan Few Naomi Guy Marika Holmqvist Edwin Huizinga Johanna Novom Adriane Post Tyler Reilly Amelia Roosevelt Elizabeth Stoppels Girko Joseph Tan Gabrielle Wunsch Strings :: Viola Patrick Jordan, Principal Karina Schmitz, Associate Principal Sarah Darling Meg Eldridge Nancy Lochner Strings :: Cello Allen Whear, Principal Ezra Seltzer, Associate Principal Margaret Jordan-Gay Paul Rhodes Timothy Roberts Strings :: Double Bass Jordan Frazier, Principal Bruce Moyer Derek Weller Strings :: Theorbo/Archlute Daniel Swenberg Woodwinds :: Flute Robin Carlson Peery, Principal Dawn Loree Walker Woodwinds :: Oboe Gonzalo Ruiz, Principal Neil Tatman, Associate Principal Ellen Sherman Stephen Bard Woodwinds :: Clarinet Ginger Kroft, Principal Erin Finkelstein Woodwinds :: Bassoon Dominic Teresi, Principal Britt Hebert Brass :: Horn Christopher Cooper, Principal Loren Tayerle Meredith Brown Paul Avril Brass :: Trumpet Robert Farley, Principal Kathryn James Adduci Leonard Ott Vocal Soloists Dominique Labelle soprano Throughout her career she has fearlessly plumbed the technical and emotional depths of music, turning in performances of “almost alarming ferocity” San Francisco Chronicle, possessed of “conviction but without exhibitionism” De Telegraf, that have “the audience hanging on every note”. Boston Globe Clara Rottsolk soprano "...Rottsolk’s voice is supple and stylish...unflaggingly attractive...one beautifully crafted aria after another...” Gramophone Magazine Daniel Taylor countertenor "Canada's star countertenor...there is a sense of conviction and honesty that sets him apart from the others". Globe and Mail 6 CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org Vocalists Brass :: Trombone Bruce Chrisp, Principal Suzanne Mudge Wayne J. Solomon Brass :: Tuba Scott A. Choate Timpani and Percussion Kevin Neuhoff, Principal Tim Dent Peter Thielen Harp Daniel Levitan Randall Pratt Keyboards Andrew Arthur, Principal Michael Beattie Holly Chatham Yuko Tanaka Soloists Dominique Labelle, Soprano Clara Rottsolk, Soprano Daniel Taylor, Countertenor Thomas Cooley, Tenor Peter Harvey, Baritone Chorale :: Soprano Colleen Hughes Christine Howlett Linda Lee Jones Rebecca Mariman Molly Quinn* Clara Rottsolk Angelique Zuluaga Chorale :: Mezzo-Soprano Alyson Harvey Elizabeth Johnson Knight Emily Marvosh* Alice Kirwan Murray Patricia Thompson Virginia Warnken Chorale :: Countertenor Jay White Chorale :: Tenor Timothy Hodges Brandon Hynum* Scott Mello Stephen Sands Timothy Shantz David Vanderwal Steven Caldicott Wilson Chorale :: Baritone/Bass Dashon Burton Charles Wesley Evans Jeffrey Fields Avery Griffin Tim Krol Paul Speiser Jonathan Woody* * Adams Vocal Master Class Fellow Thomas Cooley tenor Internationally acclaimed lyric tenor, Thomas Cooley has been hailed as a singer of great versatility, expressiveness, power and virtuosity. â€œEvery word received its own interpretation and mood, whether in a simple recitative or in a solo-aria.â€? Main-Post.de Peter Harvey baritone "Peter Harvey's is one of those voices which makes you imagine that if there were to be a voice of God, this is what it would sound like: his mellow, consoling tone, his superb phrasing and his fluency with taxing melodic lines are surely what Bach would have wanted" MusicWeb International CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org 7 Main Concerts Concerts Season SUPPORTERS: Anonymous, Bill and Nancy Doolittle, Violet Jabara Jacobs, Jeptha and Elizabeth Wade (as of March 1, 2013) All Main Concerts are presented at the Sunset Theater, with exception of our Founders’ Concert at the Carmel Mission. SUPPORTERS: Susan W. DuCoeur, David and Roberta B. Elliott, Jack and Camie Eugster, Ann and Glen Hiner, Dr. Ise Kalsi, Don and Lois Mayol, Sharon and Stan Meresman, Frank and Denise Quattrone Foundation, Bill and Kathy Sharpe, Eleanor Silbergh, Sharon and Barclay Simpson, Tim and Jenny Smucker, Claudine P. Torfs, Dr. and Mrs. H. Reid Wagstaff, Gerald and Dorothy Williams (as of March 1, 2013) BACH TO FAURÉ Saturdays, July 13 & July 20, 8:00 PM Orchestra, Chorale, Chorus and Soloists J.S. Bach, Cantata O Ewigkeit du Donnerwort, BWV 20 Thea Musgrave, Commissioned Work (world premiere) George Frederic Handel, Concerto No. 2 a Due Cori in F Major, HWV 333 Gabriel Fauré, Requiem (full orchestra version) Léo Delibes, “Sous le dôme épais” from Lakmé Georges Bizet, Prelude and Duet “Au fond du temple saint” from The Pearl Fishers; Carmen Excerpts – Entracte to Act III, Chorus—A deux cuartos!, March and Chorus from Act IV—Les Voici FOUNDERS’ CONCERT AT THE CARMEL MISSION Wednesdays, July 17 & July 24, 8:30 PM Andrew Megill, Chorale and members of the Festival Orchestra Jean-Joseph de Mondonville, Dominus regnavit J.S. Bach, Cantata O ewiges Feuer, BWV 34 Gabriel Fauré, Cantique de Jean Racine J.S. Bach, Der Geist hilft, BWV 226 James Macmillan, Factus est repente Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur, Cantique des cantiques CHRISTMAS ORATORIO Sundays, July 14 & July 21, 2:30 PM Orchestra, Chorale, and Soloists J.S. Bach, Christmas Oratorio (complete), BWV 248 CONCERTMASTER PETER HANSON PRESENTS Mondays, July 15 & July 22, 8:00 PM Festival Strings Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto for Orchestra in G Major, “Alla rustica”, RV 151 Georg Muffat, Sonata No. 5 from "Armonico Tributo" George Frederic Handel, Concerto Grosso in A Major, Op. 6, No. 11 J.S. Bach, Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, BWV 1041 Georg Philipp Telemann, Overture-Suite in B-flat Major, “Les Nations,” TWV 55.B5 J.S. Bach, Concerto for Three Violins, BWV 1064 STEPHEN PRUTSMAN PLAYS BACH... AND MORE Thursdays, July 18 & July 25, 8:00 PM Pianist Stephen Prutsman and members of the Festival Strings J.C. Bach, Concerto in E-flat Major, Op. 7, No. 5 Stephen Prutsman, Two Jazz Piano Etudes (Shadows and Dog) Darius Milhaud, La création du monde J.S. Bach, French Suite No. 5 in G Major J.S. Bach, Concerto No. 2 in E Major, BWV 1053 INSIDE THE MUSIC— FRENCH BEGINNING TO END Tuesdays, July 16 & July 23, 8:00 PM Narrator David Gordon with Festival Orchestra, Chorale, Chorus, Youth Chorus, and Soloists Guillaume de Machaut, Gloria from Messe de Nostre Dame Anonymous, Estampie Royal Josquin des Pres, Kyrie from Misse Sine Nomine Jean-Baptiste Lully, Suite from Le bourgeois gentilhomme J.S. Bach, Cantata Nun komm der Heiden Heiland, BWV 61 Claude Debussy, Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune Joseph Canteloube, Lou Coucut and Bailero from Songs of the Auvergne Francis Poulenc, Clic, clac, dansez sabots and Chanson à boire CONCERT FANTASTIQUE Fridays, July 19 & July 26, 8:00 PM Orchestra, Chorale, Soloists Jean-Philipp Rameau, Suite: Les Boréades Maurice Ravel, Le tombeau de Couperin Hector Berlioz, Symphonie fantastique dedicated to David Gordon on the the occasion of his 25th Anniversary with the Festival BEST OF THE FEST Saturday, July 27th, 7:30 PM, note new time Orchestra, Chorale, Chorus, Youth Chorus, and Soloists This ever-popular "best of" closing night concert wraps up the 15 festival days with favorite performances of 2013. 8 CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org :: All programs and artists are subject to change Chamber Music concerts SUPPORTERS: Barbara Bucquet, Suzanne and Dave Dorrance, Kent and Lyn Evans, Arnold and Dianne Gazarian, Rich and Nancy Griffith, Pete and Jackie Henning, Chris and Jeanne Lavagnino, Frances Lozano, Drs. Knox and Carlotta Mellon, Cynthia and Forrest Miller, Bob and Leslie Mulford, David and Julie Nee, John and Marcia Price Family Foundation, Shirley and Lee Rosen, Jane V. Shedlin, Katherine Slazak, Duke and Vicki Slichter, Barbara and Larry Sonsini, William and Susanne Tyler, Brigitte Wasserman, Cyril and Jeanne Yansouni (as of March 1, 2013) ALL-BACH ORGAN RECITAL performed by Andrew Arthur Mondays, July 15 & July 22, 11:00 AM, Carmel Mission J.S. Bach, Pièce d’orgue, BWV 572 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645 Meine Seele erhebt den Herren, BWV 648 Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her, BWV 606 Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ, BWV 604 Christum wir sollen loben schon, BWV 611 Helft mir, Gotts Güte preisen, BWV 613 Das alte Jahr vergangen ist, BWV 614 In dir ist Freude, BWV 615 Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her, BWV 769 Aria in F Major (after Couperin), BWV 587 Prelude and Fugue in E-flat Major, BWV 552 RIVALRY AND RIDICULE: LULLY, CHARPENTIER AND THE "ITALIAN" CONTROVERSY Wednesdays, July 17 & July 24, 2:30 PM, All Saints Church Daniel Swenberg theorbo, with members of the Festival Chorale and Orchestra Marc-Antoine Charpentier, La Nuit Excerpt from Epitaphium Carpentarii Tout cede aux doucers de mes accords charmants! La Musique from Les plaisirs de Versailles Scene from Le Sicilien Jean-Baptiste Lully, Intermedio de la musica francese è la musica italiana Robert De Visée, Entrée d’Apollon, Les sourdines d’Armide, and Air Jean-Baptiste Lully, Passacaille d’Armide J.S. Bach, Ouverture from Partita in D Major Georg Muffat, Passacaglia TRANSCENDENT BACH Mondays, July 15 & July 22, 2:30 PM, All Saints Church Featuring Peter Harvey baritone J.S. Bach, O du angenehmes Paar from Cantata BWV 197 J.S. Bach, Es ist vollbracht from Cantata BWV 159 George Frederic Handel, Trio sonata in G Minor, Op. 2, No. 5 J.S. Bach, Cantata Ich habe genug, BWV 82 Mélodies Françaises Thursdays, July 18 & July 25, 2:30 PM, All Saints Church Clara Rottsolk, Virginia Warnken, Patricia Thompson, David Vanderwal, Dashon Burton and Holly Chatham Reynaldo Hahn, À Chloris, Quand je fus pris au pavillon, and L’Énamourée Ernst Chausson, Le colibri, Le charme, Les papillons from Sept melodies Sérénade from Quatre melodies Sérénade Italienne from Sept melodies Francis Poulenc, Chansons villageoises, Chanson du clair tamis Les gars qui vont à la fête C’est le joli printemps Le Mendiant Chanson de la fille frivole Le retour du sergent Hector Berlioz, Sur les lagues and La spectre de la rose from Les nuits d'été Kurt Weill, French Cabaret Songs, Complainte de la Seine Je ne t’aime pas Youkali BACH’S BRUNCH, SOLO SUITES Tuesdays, July 16 & July 23, 1:00 PM, Sunset Theater Foyer Week I: Yuko Tanaka harpsichord J.S. Bach, French Suites, BWV 813, 814 François Couperin, Quinzième ordre Week II: Allen Whear cello J.S. Bach, Cello Suites, BWV 1007, 1008 Joseph Bodin de Boismortier, Pièces pour violoncelle seule IMPRESSIONS OF PARIS Tuesdays, July 16 & July 23, 2:30 PM, All Saints Church Featuring Thomas Cooley tenor Maurice Ravel, Cinq mélodies populaires Grecques (Arr. Salzedo) Camille Saint-Saëns, Romance, Op. 34 Maurice Ravel, Introduction and Allegro Gabriel Fauré, La bonne chanson All programs and artists are subject to change :: CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org 9 MUSIC FROM SALONS AND BROTHELS Friday, July 19, 1:00 PM & July 26, 11:00 AM, Wave Street Studios, Monterey Daniel Swenberg theorbo, and Edwin Huizinga violin Chrisoph Gluck, Ouverture d’Iphingenie Fernando Sor, Introduction and Funeral March from Fantasie élégiaque Mauro Giuliani, Maestoso from Op. 25 Franz Schubert, Six Waltzes from D. 365 Robert Schumann, Abendlied from Op. 85 Julian Aracas, Introduction, Tango and Danza Americana Sebastian Iradier, La Paloma Manuel de Falla, Tombeau pour Debussy–Homanaje Astor Piazzola, L’histoire du Tango, Brodel, Café, Night Club TWILIGHT CONCERTS A BACH PRELUDE Wednesday, July 10, 5:00 PM, Church in the Forest, Pebble Beach Emlyn Ngai violin, and Yuko Tanaka fortepiano J.S. Bach, Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord, BWV 1016 and 1019 Georg Philipp Telemann, Sonata for Solo Violin TWILIGHT TRIOS Wednesday, July 17, 5:00 PM, Church in the Forest, Pebble Beach Peter Hanson violin, Margaret Gay cello, and Yuko Tanaka harpsichord Joseph Haydn, Trio in G Major, H.V. 25, "Gypsy Rondo" Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sonata for Violin and Fortepiano, K. 301 Ludwig van Beethoven, Trio in C Minor, Op. 1, No. 3 BEETHOVEN’S BRIO Fridays, July 19 & July 26, 2:30 PM, All Saints Church Cynthia Roberts violin, Patricia Ahern violin, Patrick Jordan viola, Allen Whear cello, and Gonzalo Ruiz oboe Giuseppe Cambini, Variations on “La Marseillaise” Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Oboe Quartet, K. 370 Ludwig van Beethoven, String Quartet, Op. 18, No. 1 TWILIGHT MOZART Wednesday, July 24, 5:00 PM, Church in the Forest, Pebble Beach Peter Hanson violin, Cynthia Roberts violin, Patrick Jordan viola, Allen Whear cello, and Ginger Kroft clarinet Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, "Hoffmeister” Quartet, K. 499 & Clarinet Quintet, K. 581 PARISIAN MATINÉE CONCERTANTE Saturdays, July 20 & July 27, 11:00 AM, Sunset Theater Emlyn Ngai violin and Robin Peery flute, with members of the Festival Orchestra J.C. Bach, Symphonie concertante for Two Flutes, Two Violins, and Cello in D Major Chevalier de Saint-Georges (le Mozart Noir), Violin Concerto, Op. Posthumous François Devienne, Flute Concerto François Joseph Gossec, Symphony in D Major, “Pastorella” Franz Josef Haydn, Symphony No. 85 in B-flat Major, “La Reine” BACH IN THE CATHEDRAL Thursdays, July 18 & 25, 5:00 PM, San Carlos Cathedral, Monterey Dominique Labelle soprano, Robert Farley natural trumpet, members of the Festival Strings, and Andrew Arthur director Arcangelo Corelli, Sonata for Trumpet and Strings J.S. Bach, Harpsichord Concerto in G Minor, BWV 1058 J.S. Bach, Cantata Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen, BWV 51 YOUTH CHORUS TWILIGHT CONCERT Saturday, July 20, 4:00 PM, All Saints Church The Festival Youth Chorus sings a selection of choral music from many lands and cultures, conducted by Youth Chorus Director John Koza. CANDLELIGHT CONCERTS Sunday, July 14 8:30 PM, Sunset Theater Peter Hanson violin, Cynthia Roberts violin, Patrick Jordan viola, Allen Whear cello, Jordan Frazier doublebass, Ginger Kroft clarinet, Dominic Teresi bassoon, Christopher Cooper French Horn Franz Schubert, Octet in F Major, D. 803 VIRGINIA BEST ADAMS MASTER CLASS SHOWCASE Saturday, July 27, 1:30PM, Sunset Theater Four emerging vocal stars from our Master Class program perform vocal Baroque masterpieces with members of the Festival Orchestra, Michael Beattie director. Sunday, July 21 8:30 PM, All Saints Church Andrew Megill, Festival Chorale, and members of the Festival Strings Dieterich Buxtehude, Membra Jesu Nostri 10 CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org :: All programs and artists are subject to change Pre-Festival Events Saturday, July 6, 10:00am (ST) OPEN REHEARSAL* Chorale and Chorus Piano Rehearsal Sunday, July 7, 4:00pm (ST) YOUNG MUSICIANS SHOWCASE* Monday, July 8, 12:00pm (CW) MASTER CLASS OPEN SESSION* Wednesday, July 10, 5:00pm (CF) CHAMBER CONCERT A Bach Prelude with wine reception Thursday, July 11, 12:00pm (CW) MASTER CLASS OPEN SESSION* Thursday, July 11, 5:00pm (ST/105) Bach to Modern Music and Hip-Hop LECTURE* John Wineglass Thursday, July 11, 7:00pm (ST) OPEN REHEARSAL* Bach, Fauré, and Handel Friday, July 12, 5:30pm (CVR) Gala Dinner and Live Auction saturday, 13th Art Raffle Open* Bach Boutique Open* 6:45pm Pre-Concert Talk* Eternity and Paradise (ST/105) 7:20pm Tower Music* (ST) 8:00pm Main Concert (ST) Bach to Fauré sunday, 14th 12:45pm Pre-Concert Talk* Christmas in Leipzig (ST/105) 1:45pm 2:30pm 8:30pm Tower Music* (ST) Main Concert (ST) Christmas Oratorio CHAMBER CONCERT Schubert Octet (ST) monday, 15th 11:00am CHAMBER CONCERT Bach Organ Recital (CM) 12:00pm master class OPEN SESSION* (CW) 2:30pm 7:00pm CHAMBER CONCERT Transcendent Bach (AS) PRE-CONCERT TALK* Concerto Fireworks (ST/105) MAIN CONCERT (ST) Concertmaster Peter Hanson Presents tuesday, 16th 1:00pm chamber concert Bach's Brunch—Solo Suites (STF) 2:30pm chamber concert Impressions of Paris (AS) 6:45pm Pre-Concert Talk* Vive la France! (ST/105) 7:20pm Tower Music* (ST) 8:00pm Main Concert (ST) Inside the Music: French Beginning to End wednesday, 17th 10:00am 2:30pm OPEN REHEARSAL*(ST) Symphonie Fantastique CHAMBER CONCERT Rivalry and Ridicule (AS) CHAMBER CONCERT Twilight Trios (CF) Tower Music* (CM) MAIN CONCERT (CM) Founders' Concert thursday, 18th 12:00pm 2:30pm 5:00pm master class* Open Session (CW) CHAMBER CONCERT Mélodies Françaises (AS) CHAMBER CONCERT Bach in the Cathedral (CC) PRE-CONCERT TALK* Playbach! (ST/105) community concert (oc)* MAIN CONCERT (ST) Stephen Prutsman plays Bach and more 8:00pm friday, 19th 1:00pm chamber CONCERT Music from Salons and Brothels (WS) chamber CONCERT Beethoven's Brio (AS) PRE-CONCERT TALK* The Life of an Artist (ST/105) Tower Music* (ST) main concert (ST) Concert Fantastique Saturday, 20TH 11:00am CHAMBER CONCERT Parisian Matinée Concertante (ST) 4:00pm 6:45pm CHAMBER CONCERT Youth Chorus (AS) PRE-CONCERT TALK* Eternity and Paradise (ST/105) Tower Music* (ST) MAIN CONCERT (ST) Bach to Fauré 5:00pm 7:55pm 8:30pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 8:00pm 2:30pm 6:45pm sunday, 21ST 12:45pm PRE-CONCERT TALK* Christmas in Leipzig (ST/105) Tower Music* (ST) MAIN CONCERT (ST) Christmas Oratorio chamber concert Buxtehude—Membra Jesu Nostri (AS) 7:20pm 8:00pm 7:20pm 8:00pm 1:45pm 2:30pm 8:30pm Monday, 22nd 11:00am CHAMBER CONCERT Bach Organ Recital (CM) 12:00pm master class OPEN SESSION* (CW) 2:30pm 7:00pm CHAMBER CONCERT Transcendent Bach (AS) PRE-CONCERT TALK* Concerto Fireworks (ST/105) community concert* (SH) MAIN CONCERT (ST) Concertmaster Peter Hanson Presents tuesday, 23rd 11:00am lecture and film* John Wineglass and William Skeen (ST/105) 1:00pm chamber concert Bach's Brunch—Solo Suites (STF) 2:30pm chamber concert Impressions of Paris (AS) 6:45pm Pre-Concert Talk* Vive la France! (ST/105) 7:20pm Tower Music* (ST) 8:00pm Main Concert (ST) Inside the Music: French Beginning to End wednesday, 24th 2:30pm 5:00pm 7:55pm 8:30pm chamber CONCERT Rivalry and Ridicule (AS) chamber CONCERT Twilight Mozart (CF) Tower Music* (CM) main concert (CM) Founders' Concert thursday, 25th 12:00pm 2:30pm 5:00pm master class* (CW) Open Session CHAMBER CONCERT Mélodies Françaises (AS) CHAMBER CONCERT Bach in the Cathedral (CC) PRE-CONCERT TALK* Playbach! (ST/105) MAIN CONCERT (ST) Stephen Prutsman plays Bach and more 7:00pm 8:00pm VENUE CODES: AS = All Saints Church CC = San Carlos Cathedral, Monterey CF = Church in the Forest, Pebble Beach CM = Carmel Misison CVR = Carmel Valley Ranch CW = Church of the Wayfarer OC = Oldemeyer Center, Seaside SH = Sherwoood Hall, Salinas ST/105 = Sunset Center, Studio 105 STF = Sunset Center Theater Foyer ST = Sunset Center Theater WS = Wave Street Studio, Monterey 7:00pm 8:00pm fRiday, 26th 2:30pm 5:00pm 6:45pm CHAMBER CONCERT Beethoven's Brio (AS) YOUTH CHORUS SHOWCASE* (AS) Pre-Concert Talk* The Life of an Artist (ST/105) Tower Music* (ST) Main Concert (ST) Concert Fantastique saturday, 27th 11:00am chamber concert Parisian Matinée Concertante (ST) CHAMBER CONCERT Adams Vocal Master Class Showcase (ST) Best of the fest (ST) note 7:30pm start time 2013 AT A GLANCE July 13–27th 1:30pm * FREE EVENT 7:20pm 8:00pm 7:30pm The following events are free and open to the public. Music & Ideas THE LIFE OF AN ARTIST Fridays, July 19 & 26, 6:45–7:10pm, Studio 105 Friday's all-orchestral concert is a three-century journey from lighthearted tenderness to highest drama. David Gordon sets the stage for this picturesque program. LectureS Main Concerts. Gather in the Sunset Foyer 30 minutes beforehand for an intro by Festival Dramaturge David Gordon. pre-concert lectures Eternity and Paradise Saturdays, July 13 & 20, 6:45–7:10pm, Studio 105 David Gordon introduces the jubilant music of Bach and Handel, the sublime Requiem of Fauré, and a world premiere by Thea Musgrave. Adams Vocal Master Class Mondays, July 8, 15 & 22, 12:00pm Thursdays, July 11, 18 & 25, 12:00pm, Church of the Wayfarer We invite you to attend these actual working sessions to observe first-hand our four Master Class Fellows as they refine their craft under the tutelage of renowned Bach specialist and teacher David Gordon in preparation for their Showcase performance on July 27. Free Concerts CHRISTMAS IN LEIPZIG Sundays, July 14 & 21, 12:45–1:45pm, Studio 105 The Christmas Oratorio was Bach's magnificent Christmas present to his congregation and to all of us. David Gordon describes the work's creation and its first performance in 1734. Bach to Modern Music and Hip-Hop Thursday, July 11, 5:00–6:30 pm, Studio 105 John Wineglass presenter Join EMMY® award-winning composer and musician John Wineglass for an informal discussion on how Bach's imprint on music has transcended generations. CONCERTO FIREWORKS Mondays, July 15 & 22, 7:00–7:25pm, Studio 105 David Gordon describes the development of the violin, and introduces Peter Hanson's concert of virtuoso English, Italian, and German violin concerti. Young Musicians Showcase Sunday, July 7, 4:00pm, Sunset Theater Middle and high school audition winners from the Central Coast in an informal hour of Baroque classics, hosted by David Gordon. Tous les Matins du Monde Tuesday, July 23, 11:00am–12:30pm, Studio 105 John Wineglass presenter William Skeen viola da gamba John Wineglass connects to the music of the French film Tous les Matins du Monde through a conversation with the audience and a live demonstration of a viola da gamba, the instrument featured in the film. Open Sessions Vive la France! Tuesdays, July 16 & 23, 6:45–7:10pm, Studio 105 Concert co-creator David Gordon gives an insider's view of the wide and colorful array of six centuries of French repertoire included in the Tuesday concert. YOUTH CHORUS MEMBER SHOWCASE Friday, July 26, 5:00pm, All Saints Church Following individual coaching from members of the Festival Chorale, this informal recital showcases our talented high school-aged singers who comprise our Youth Chorus. PLAYBACH! Thursdays, July 18 & 25, 7:00–7:25pm, Studio 105 David Gordon talks about jazz and Bach, and discusses the commonalities in the musical styles featured in Stephen Prutsman's fusion concert. Open Rehearsals at Sunset Theater Saturday, July 6, 10:00am Fauré, Bach, Excerpts from Carmen, Community Concerts Thursday, July 18, 7:00pm, Oldemeyer Center, Seaside Monday, July 22, 7:00pm, Sherwood Hall, Salinas A light music program featuring members of the Festival’s professional ensemble. Chorale and Chorus Piano Rehearsal with Paul Goodwin Thursday, July 11, 7:00pm Bach, Fauré and Handel Orchestra, Chorale, Chorus and Soloists Wednesday, July 17, 10:00am Rameau, Ravel and Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique Artistic Director Paul Goodwin and Peter Hanson lead these onstage working sessions for our Tower Music Enjoy pre-concert brass fanfares before most Main Concerts at the Sunset Center Terrace. See 2013 At a Glance for schedule. 12 CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org :: All programs and artists are subject to change Magnifique! C’est CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL ANNUAL GALA Friday, July 12, 2013 at Carmel Valley Ranch The Carmel Bach Festival’s Gala C’est Magnifique is the prelude to the Carmel Bach Festival’s 2013 season. This year we celebrate our beloved Festival Dramaturge David Gordon and honor his 25th anniversary with the Festival. The evening will feature live performances by world-renowned mandolinists Mike Marshall and Caterina Lichtenberg who wowed our audiences last season. Carmel Valley Ranch’s award-winning Executive Chef Tim Wood will create a dinner extraordinaire featuring local, sustainable ingredients and true farm-to-table cooking accented by fine wines. The festivities will continue as we showcase a brief live auction offering several once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Last year our Gala auction enabled the Festival to expand our reach on stage and in our local communities. This year, with your help, we hope to build on that success. AUCTION Items will include a VIP experience at Hearst Castle for eight, a golfing package sure to make even the seasoned Peninsula player smile, an intimate dinner for eight at the former home and studio of Ansel and Virginia Adams, graciously hosted by Michael and Jeanne Adams, and more. pricing Individual Tickets: $275 Reserved Table for Ten: $2,750 Seating is limited Hearst Castle Gala Benefactor tickets include special benefits and are available starting at $500. FOR MORE INFORMATION please contact: Jason Redmond Development Manager 831.624.1521 firstname.lastname@example.org CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org 13 14 CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org THE BACH BOUTIQUE Chapman Room, Sunset Center Upper Terrace Don’t miss a visit before, during intermission, or after concerts to the Bach Boutique, offering Festival logo merchandise and music-inspired gifts for all ages. BOOKS, CDs, MUGS, HATS, CLOTHING and MORE. Provided by Bookmark Music, Pacific Grove Marjorie Evans Gallery—art raffle! Sunset Center Upper Terrace Over 120 original works of art by local artists will be on display at the 5th annual Art Raffle. Enter to win for $5 per ticket or seven tickets for $30. 2013 Dining Partners Whether you are in the mood for the old world charm of a cozy sidewalk cafe or the casual camaraderie of a pub, Carmel and its neighboring communities offer an abundance of dining options. Explore the vibrant culinary landscape and support our valued Dining Partners. Details on our 2013 Dining Partners will be available soon! Watch for info in your ticket envelope and online at bachfestival.org, under Plan Your Visit. ways to give Only 30% of our revenue comes from ticket sales. As a nonprofit organization, the Festival relies on the generous contributions from donors, foundations and sponsors to ensure the success of our work on stage and in our communities. Contribute with your ticket order Please consider a contribution by simply adding your gift in the designated space on your ticket form at the back of this brochure. Planned Giving Major support provided by... Consider integrating your financial goals with your personal values by providing for the Carmel Bach Festival in your estate plans. We would be pleased to discuss with you or your professional advisors various ways you can help ensure the Festival’s long term financial strength. Visit us online at bachfestival.org for more information on these and other ways to support the Festival. Thank you! The Carmel Bach Festival thanks the following foundations for their support: Arts Council for Monterey County S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation Community Foundation for Monterey County Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation Harden Foundation William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Todd Lueders Fund for the Arts of the Community Foundation for Monterey County Monterey Peninsula Foundation David and Lucile Packard Foundation Pebble Beach Company Foundation The Prairie Foundation Nancy Buck Ransom Foundation Robert and Virginia Stanton Endowment Fund of the Community Foundation for Monterey County The Upjohn California Fund Warren & Katharine Schlinger Foundation Wells Fargo Bank Foundation Welton Foundation Willard E. Smucker Foundation Yellow Brick Road Benefit Shop (as of March 1, 2013) CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org 15 The unique community of Carmel-by-the-Sea is like a diamond—multifaceted and rare. Lying on a gently rising slope above a magnificent white beach, the village is carefully tucked away creating the perfect getaway escape. Set in the heart of the magnificent Central California coastline, a visit to the Carmel Bach Festival is an experience of beauty in many forms—stunning natural landscapes, historic architecture, breathtaking ocean views, and of course, glorious music-making. Enjoy five-star lodging, award-winning restaurants, champion golf courses, spas, wine tasting, nature hikes, art galleries, and shopping—plus the world-famous Monterey Bay Aquarium and Cannery Row. World-class music tops off this feast for the senses and the spirit! Walking through the small business district, quaint boutiques and galleries prevail. The charm of Carmel also lies in its small scale. The whole downtown is made up of a few short blocks. The architecture of the low, one and two story buildings, remind the visitor of trips to Italy and Spain or the Cotswolds in the south of England. Little hidden courtyards invite one to explore, with many of them leading to unexpected miniature gardens tucked away among the shops. Planters and window boxes abound with color almost all year round. The flora for the gardens of this area has been imported from all over the world. Yet the tall native Monterey Pine trees provide a protective canopy throughout. Just steps away from Carmel one can enjoy wine tasting in Carmel Valley, gorgeous views and beaches in Big Sur, or a visit to the John Steinbeck Center in sunny Salinas. 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Carriage House Inn Junipero between 7th & 8th Dolphin Inn 4th & San Carlos Svendsgaard’s Inn 4th & San Carlos Wayside Inn 7th & Mission Tally Ho Inn Monte Verde & 6th, Carmel 831-624-2232 www.tallyho-inn.com Full American breakfast buffet Monday-Friday and Continental Breakfast Saturday and Sunday. CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org 17 Box Office Sunset Center Theater Main Concerts stage a b c d e f g h j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z zz b c d e f g h j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z zz a PURCHASING TICKETS Place your order in one of five ways: Online: bachfestival.org mail: Carmel Bach Festival Box Office, PO Box 575, Carmel, CA 93921 phone: 831.624.1521, Monday–Friday 10:00am–4:00pm fax: 831.624.2788 in person: Festival Office (Cottage 16, Mission & 10th, Carmel) Monday–Friday, 10:00am–4:00pm There are no box office hours at Sunset Center for Bach Festival ticket purchases from January through June. Ticket hours at Sunset during the festival will be posted on our website and at Sunset starting July 1st. All new orders are subject to a $5 per order handling fee. PRICING FOR SUNSET THEATER Main Concerts Sect A $76 Sect B $70 Sect C $55 Sect D $40 orchestra Seating balcony Box ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh balcony ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh balcony Box Best of Fest (no section D seating) Sect A $128 Sect B $118 Sect C $98 All pricing for Sunset Center events include a $1-$3 facility use fee. For specific seat information, please visit our website at bachfestival.org. WILL CALL Beginning June 10, 2013, Will Call tickets will be available for pick-up: Sect A Sect B Sect C Sect D Wheelchair seating at the Festival Office: Monday-Friday, 10:00am–4:00pm At your selected event: One hour prior to the event start time. For concerts at the Sunset Center, Will Call will be located beside the box office window, one hour prior to event start time. Best of the fest stage a b c d e f g h j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z zz b c d e f g h j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z zz a NO REFUNDS If you are unable to attend a performance, exchange your tickets for another event! You may also turn in your tickets for a tax deductible donation. Please call the Festival office for more information. LATE SEATING July is an active month on the Monterey Peninsula. Please allow ample time for arrival and parking at all venues, and check our website for parking information and directions. Patrons arriving after a concert begins will be seated by an usher at an appropriate point in the program. PATRONS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS Accessible seating is available at all venues. Please indicate your specific needs when ordering your tickets. Early arrival is recommended. balcony Box orchestra Seating balcony Box ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh balcony ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh Combine Military and Student Discounts Active or retired military and students with valid ID can enjoy at $20* ticket to any performance. Please contact the box office to purchase. *all concerts at Sunset Center are subject to an additional $2 facility use fee. YOUTH AND FAMILY PACKAGE Families with children over the age of five are welcome to purchase up to six tickets at the discounted price of $15 each. Please contact the box office to purchase. *all concerts at the Sunset Center are subject to an additional $1 facility use fee. Sect A Sect B Wheelchair seating Sect C 18 CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org No recording devices of any type are allowed during any of our events. Order Your Tickets PROGRAM BOOK Commemorative Program Book Art Raffle MAIN CONCERTS tickets Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 8:00 PM 2:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 7:30 PM Bach to Fauré Christmas Oratorio Concertmaster Peter Hanson Presents Inside the Music: French Beginning to End Founders' Concert at the Carmel Mission Stephen Prutsman plays Bach…and more! Concert Fantastique Best of the Fest *note 7:30 start time Date (circle) 7/13 or 7/20 7/14 or 7/21 7/15 or 7/22 7/16 or 7/23 7/17 or 7/24 7/18 or 7/25 7/19 or 7/26 7/27 # Venue ST ST ST ST CM ST ST ST $76* $76* $76* $76* sold out Price $10 $5 or $30 (7-pack) Sect A Sect B Sect C Sect D $70* $70* $70* $70* $70 $70* $70* $118* $55* $55* $98* $40* $40* $55* $55* $55* $55* $40* $40* $40* $40* Total Total $76* $76* $128* PICK FIVE: Chamber Music Concert Package Your choice of five different concerts, designated with (◊◊) for $100 (please circle ◊◊ in price column) CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERTS pre-festival Wednesday morning Monday Friday Saturday afternoon Monday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Friday Saturday twilight Wednesday Thursday Saturday Wednesday candlelight Sunday Sunday 8:30 PM 8:30 PM Schubert Octet ◊◊ Buxtehude - Membra Jesu Nostri 7/14 7/21 ST AS 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM Twilight Trios Bach in the Cathedral Youth Chorus ◊◊ Twilight Mozart 7/17 7/18 or 7/25 7/20 7/24 CF CC AS CF 2:30 PM 1:00 PM 2:30 PM 2:30 PM 2:30 PM 1:00 PM 2:30 PM 1:30 PM Transcendent Bach ◊◊ Bach’s Brunch - Solo Suites Impressions of Paris ◊◊ Rivalry and Ridicule ◊◊ Mélodies Françaises ◊◊ Music from Salons and Brothels ◊◊ Beethoven's Brio ◊◊ Virginia Best Adams Master Class Showcase ◊◊ 7/15 or 7/22 7/16 or 7/23 7/16 or 7/23 7/17 or 7/24 7/18 or 7/25 7/19 7/19 or 7/26 7/27 AS ST (F) AS AS AS WS AS ST 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM All Bach Organ Recital ◊◊ Music from Salons and Brothels ◊◊ Parisian Matinée Concertante ◊◊ 7/15 or 7/22 7/26 7/20 or 7/27 CM WS ST 5:00 PM A Bach Prelude ◊◊ 7/10 CF Date (circle) # Venue Price $100 Total Total $39 or ◊◊ $29 or ◊◊ $29 or ◊◊ $31* or ◊◊ $29 or ◊◊ $31* $29 or ◊◊ $29 or ◊◊ $29 or ◊◊ $29 or ◊◊ $29 or ◊◊ $27* or ◊◊ $39 $39 $21 or ◊◊ $39 $41* or ◊◊ $39 Order Handling fee $5 Tax-deductible donation Become a donor today! Add your tax-deductible donation to your ticket order Name as you would like it to appear in donor acknowledgements: Your Mailing and Payment Information Name Address ❍ Check enclosed CC# Cardholder Name Email (required for an emailed order confirmation) VENUE CODES: A S = All Saints Church CC = San Carlos Cathedral CF = Church in the Forest ST = Sunset Center Theater WS = Wave Street Studio -orPlease charge my: ❍ Visa -or❍ Mastercard Exp. Date Signature / CVV Code: Ticket Delivery Preference: ❍ MAIL Phone City/State/Zip -or- ORDER TOTAL $ ❍ WILL CALL (tickets held) CM = Carmel Misison ST(F) = Sunset Center Foyer *A facility use fee of $1-$3 has been included in pricing for all Sunset Center Theater (ST) events. CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2013 :: www.bachfestival.org 19 Bach paul goodwin carmel Festival NON PROFIT ORG U.S. POSTAGE PAID CARMEL, CA PERMIT NO. 8 PO Box 575, Carmel, California 93921 Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Debbie Chinn Executive Director bachfestival.org 831.624.1521 phone 831.624.2788 fax Brochure design: Cognition Studio, Inc. Photography: R.R. Jones July 13â€“27, 2013 with pre-fest activities July 6-12 Two weeks of extraordinary performances The Carmel Bach Festival celebrates the works, inspiration and ongoing influence of Johann Sebastian Bach worldwide by immersing audiences in a festival experience integrating music, education and ideas. stay connected For up to date information, special announcements and more, visit: bachfestival.org