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AUDIENCE COMMENTS—2013

"I admire the conductor beyond words. He is brilliant, talented, charismatic."

CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL ANNUAL GALA The Carmel Bach Festival’s Gala Bravissimo! is the prelude to the Carmel Bach Festival’s 2014 season. Carmel Valley Ranch’s award-winning Executive Chef Tim Wood will create a dinner featuring local, sustainable ingredients and true farm-to-table cooking accented by fine wines. The evening will highlight performances by Angela Cadelago and Daniel Lockert, two of our Virginia Best Adams Masterclass alumni, and will culminate in 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 endeavor to build on that success. PRICING Individual Tickets: $275 | Reserved Table for Ten: $2,750 | Seating is limited Gala Benefactor tickets include special benefits and are available starting at $500.

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It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to our 2014 Festival, Bach and the Italians. This year will not only be a celebration of what is great in the music of J.S. Bach, but also the joys of that most exuberant and musical of countries, Italy. There will be concerts all over the Monterey peninsula, not just in Carmel but also in Monterey, Pebble Beach, and Seaside. The 2014 Festival presents an even wider span of concerts than usual, with symphonic, choral, chamber, solo vocal and instrumental, bluegrass, brass and even a children's concert. There is something for everyone. We pride ourselves on being innovative, accessible and friendly. Our central Bach work this year is the Saint Matthew Passion and it will be the final of the great four masterpieces and the only one I have yet to conduct in Carmel. Those that know me will not be surprised to find out that my interpretation will be highly vivid and dramatic, helped along by one of today's great evangelists, Rufus M端ller. We open the Festival with arguably two of the most popular baroque choral pieces of all time, J.S. Bach's Magnificat and Antonio Vivaldi's Gloria, though I will be slipping in this year's Carmel commission as well, by Pulitzer-prize winning composer Caroline Shaw. Concertmaster Peter Hanson brings us a riot of Italian string music on Monday and will include one of Vivaldi's virtuosic bassoon concertos. Festival Dramaturge David Gordon joins me on Tuesday for a celebration of Italian Opera from Monteverdi to Verdi. Associate Conductor Andrew Megill presents a concert of sublime 17th century choral music at the Mission on Wednesday and the popular Mike Marshall and Caterina Litchenberg return on Thurdsay for Neapolitan mandolin music mixed with bluegrass, jazz and Brazilian choro. Then I am back again on Friday with our symphony concert, mixing Bach and Rossini with the joyous Italian symphony of Mendelssohn.

Carmel Presbyterian (CP) Junipero & Ocean Ave 4

Carmel Mission Basilica (CM) 3080 Rio Road 7

San Carlos Cathedral, Monterey (CC) 500 Church Street

Sunset Center Theater (ST) San Carlos & 9th 5

All Saints Church (AS) Dolores & 9th 6

Church in the Forest, Pebble Beach (CF) 3152 Forest Lake Road

Wave Street Studios, Monterey (WS) 774 Wave Street

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Oldemeyer Center, Seaside (OC) 986 Hilby Avenue

There are a host of chamber concerts: vocal recitals, cantatas, a cycle of Bach partitas and Italian concertos, and string quartets. Immerse yourself in innovation, variety, quality and beauty. A festival never to be forgotten! I look forward to your partnership in July.

PAUL GOODWIN

artistic director and principal conductor

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 CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2014 :: www.bachfestival.org

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DESTINATION CARMEL

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. VISITOR RESOURCES Monterey County Conference & Visitors Bureau · seemonterey.com · 877.MONTEREY Carmel Chamber of Commerce · carmelcalifornia.org · 831.624.2522

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Artistic Leadership ANDREW ARTHUR

MICHAEL BEATTIE

Principal Keyboard; Director of Twilight in the Cathedral

Adams Master Class Music Director; Organ and Harpsichord

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.

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

Youth Chorus Conductor and Director; Assistant Conductor of the Chorus

PAUL GOODWIN

Artistic Director and Principal Conductor One of Europe’s most versatile and creative conductors, Paul Goodwin returns for his fourth 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.

"Paul Goodwin fashioned a superb and diverse musical journey fulfilling his promise of delivering a kaleidoscopic mix of “textures and colors." Monterey Herald (7.23.13)

Thirty-year veteran of the international concert stage; renowned Bach interpreter, lecturer, author, teacher and recording artist.

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ANDREW MEGILL

PETER HANSON

Associate Conductor; Director of Chorale and Chorus

Concertmaster; Director of Monday Main Concert

Artistic Director, Fuma Sacra; Chorusmaster, Montreal Symphony Orchestra; Music Director, Masterwork Chorus; Professor and Director of Choral Activities, University of Illinois (UrbanaChampaign).

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.

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Conductor, Camerata Singers; Director of Music, First Presbyterian Church of Monterey; music instructor, Hartnell College, Salinas.

SUZANNE MUDGE

ALLEN WHEAR

Tower Music Director; Trombone

Chamber Concert Director; Principal Cello

Principal Trombone, Central Oregon Symphony, Bend Brass, Instructor at COCC, Freelance Performer in Oregon, Conductor /Director for Brass and Wind Band Ensembles, Brass Latitude 44 Teaching Studio.

Associate Principal Cellist, Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra; Artistic Director, Baltimore’s Pro Musica Rara; baroque cello teacher at the University of North Texas in Denton.

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Performers ORCHESTRA Strings :: Violin Peter Hanson,   Concertmaster Emlyn Ngai,   Associate Concertmaster Cynthia Roberts,   Principal 2nd Violin Patricia Ahern,   Associate Principal   2nd Violin Ann Duggan Evan Few Naomi Guy Marika Holmqvist Edwin Huizinga Johanna Novom Adriane Post Amelia Roosevelt Elizabeth Stoppels Girko Joseph Tan Beth Wenstrom Gabrielle Wunsch

Dawn Loree Walker Rena Urso-Trapani Woodwinds :: Oboe Gonzalo X. Ruiz, Principal Neil Tatman,   Associate Principal Ellen Sherman Peter Lemberg Woodwinds :: Clarinet Ginger Kroft, Principal Erin Finkelstein Woodwinds :: Bassoon Dominic Teresi, Principal Britt Hebert Brass :: Horn Christopher Cooper,   Principal

Strings :: Viola Patrick Jordan, Principal Karina Schmitz,   Associate Principal

Meredith Brown Paul Avril Alicia Mastromonaco

Sarah Darling Meg Eldridge Nancy Lochner

Brass :: Trumpet Robert Farley, Principal Michael Laird Leonard Ott

Strings :: Cello Allen Whear, Principal Margaret Jordan-Gay,   Associate Principal Paul Rhodes Timothy Roberts Ezra Seltzer Strings :: Double Bass Jordan Frazier, Principal Derek Weller,   Associate Principal Bruce Moyer Strings :: Theorbo/Archlute Daniel Swenberg, Principal John Lenti

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Woodwinds :: Flute Robin Carlson Peery,   Principal

Brass :: Trombone Bruce Chrisp, Principal Suzanne Mudge Wayne J. Solomon Brass :: Tuba Scott A. Choate Timpani and Percussion Kevin Neuhoff, Principal Tim Dent Harp Daniel Levitan Keyboards Andrew Arthur, Principal Michael Beattie Keenan R. Boswell Yuko Tanaka

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VOCAL SOLOISTS VOCALISTS Soloists Dominique Labelle, Soprano Clara Rottsolk, Soprano Robin Blaze, Countertenor Rufus Müller, Tenor Aaron Sheehan, Tenor Peter Harvey, Baritone Dashon Burton, Bass-Baritone Chorale :: Soprano Lianne Coble* Esteli Gomez Christine Howlett Linda Lee Jones Rebecca Mariman Jennifer Paulino Clara Rottsolk Angelique Zuluaga Chorale :: Mezzo-Soprano Johanna Bronk* Kathleen Flynn Alyson Harvey Elizabeth Johnson Knight Alice Kirwan Murray Patricia Thompson

DOMINIQUE LABELLE soprano

CLARA ROTTSOLK soprano

ROBIN BLAZE countertenor

RUFUS MÜLLER tenor

AARON SHEEHAN tenor

PETER HARVEY baritone

Chorale :: Countertenor Jay White Chorale :: Tenor Timothy Hodges Scott Mello Josh Milton Owen McIntosh Stephen Sands Stephen Soph* David Vanderwal Chorale :: Baritone/Bass Dashon Burton Charles Wesley Evans Jeffrey Fields Avery Griffin Tim Krol Paul Speiser John Taylor Ward* *Adams Vocal Master Class Fellow

DASHON BURTON bass-baritone

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2014 AT A GLANCE July 9–August 2 PRE-FESTIVAL EVENTS Wednesday, July 9, 7:00pm | OPEN REHEARSAL* (ST), Inside the Music: Italian Opera Sunday, July 13, 4:00pm | YOUNG MUSICIANS SHOWCASE* (ST) Monday, July 14, 12:00pm | MASTER CLASS OPEN SESSION* (CP) Monday, July 14, 7:00pm | OPEN REHEARSAL* (ST), Concertmaster Peter Hanson Presents Wednesday, July 16, 5:00pm | CHAMBER CONCERT (CF), A Bach Prelude with wine reception Thursday, July 17, 12:00pm | MASTER CLASS OPEN SESSION* (CP) Thursday, July 17, 5:00pm | LECTURE (ST/105), John Wineglass Friday, July 18, 5:30pm | Gala: Bravissimo! (CVR)

FRIDAY, 25TH

WEDNESDAY, 30TH

1:00pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (WS) Music of the Spheres

2:30pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (AS) Dueling Mandolins

2:30pm | CHAMBER CONCERT (AS) Stormy Quartets

5:00pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (CF) Twilight Mozart

2:30pm | OPEN REHEARSAL* (ST) Fresh Voices

7:55pm | TOWER MUSIC*

6:45pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) Berlin meets Napoli 7:20pm | TOWER MUSIC* 8:00pm | M  AIN CONCERT (ST) Italian Symphony

SATURDAY, 26TH 11:00am | FAMILY CONCERT (ST) NEW! 4:00pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (AS) Youth Chorus 6:45pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) Gloria! 7:20pm | TOWER MUSIC*

8:30pm | M  AIN CONCERT (CM) La Serenissima

THURSDAY, 31ST 12:00pm | M  ASTER CLASS* (CP) Open Session 2:30pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (AS) Capriccio Italiano 5:00pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (CC) Bach in the Cathedral 7:00pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) Sixteen Heartstrings 8:00pm | MAIN CONCERT (ST) Mandolin Magic

8:00pm | M  AIN CONCERT (ST) Magnificent Magnificat

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AUGUST

SATURDAY, 19TH

TUESDAY, 22ND

12:45pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) O Beautiful Moment!

FRIDAY, 1ST

Art Raffle Open* Bach Boutique Open*

1:00pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (STF) Bach’s Brunch: Week One

1:45pm | TOWER MUSIC*

11:00am | C  HAMBER CONCERT (WS) Music of the Spheres

6:45pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) Gloria!

2:30pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (AS) Italian Pastoral

7:20pm | TOWER MUSIC*

6:45pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) Bravi Tutti!

8:00pm | M  AIN CONCERT (ST) Magnificent Magnificat with post-concert reception

SUNDAY, 20TH

7:20pm | TOWER MUSIC* 8:00pm | M  AIN CONCERT (ST) Inside the Music: Italian Opera

2:30pm | MAIN CONCERT (ST) Saint Matthew Passion 8:30pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (ST) Fresh Voices

2:30pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (AS) Stormy Quartets 5:00pm | Y  OUTH CHORUS MEMBER SHOWCASE* (AS)

MONDAY, 28TH

6:45pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) Berlin Meets Napoli

11:00am | C  HAMBER CONCERT (CM) Bach Organ Recital

7:20pm | TOWER MUSIC* 8:00pm | M  AIN CONCERT (ST) Italian Symphony

WEDNESDAY, 23RD

12:00pm | M  ASTER CLASS* (CP) Open Session

1:45pm | TOWER MUSIC*

2:30pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (AS) Dueling Mandolins

2:30pm | CHAMBER CONCERT (AS) Bach and Son

SATURDAY, 2ND

2:30pm | M  AIN CONCERT (ST) Saint Matthew Passion

5:00pm | CHAMBER CONCERT (CF) Fiddlers Three

7:00pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) Agreeing to Disagree

11:00am | C  HAMBER CONCERT (ST) Matinée Concertante

8:30pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (AS) Beethoven’s Blockbuster

7:55pm | TOWER MUSIC* 8:30pm | M  AIN CONCERT (CM) La Serenissima

8:00pm | M  AIN CONCERT (ST) Concertmaster Peter Hanson Presents

1:30pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (CP) Adams Vocal Master Class Showcase

THURSDAY, 24TH

TUESDAY, 29TH

12:00pm | M  ASTER CLASS* (CP) Open Session

11:00am | L ECTURE* (ST/105) John Wineglass

2:30pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (AS) Capriccio Italiano

1:00pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (STF) Bach’s Brunch: Week Two

5:00pm | CHAMBER CONCERT (CC) Bach in the Cathedral

2:30pm | CHAMBER CONCERT (AS) Italian Pastoral

7:00pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) Sixteen Heartstrings

6:45pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) Bravi Tutti!

7:00pm | COMMUNITY CONCERT* (OC)

7:20pm | TOWER MUSIC*

8:00pm | M  AIN CONCERT (ST) Mandolin Magic

8:00pm | M  AIN CONCERT (ST) Inside the Music: Italian Opera

12:45pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) O Beautiful Moment!

MONDAY, 21ST 11:00am | C  HAMBER CONCERT (CM) Bach Organ Recital 12:00pm | M  ASTER CLASS* (CP) Open Session 2:30pm | C  HAMBER CONCERT (AS) Bach and Son 7:00pm | P  RE-CONCERT TALK* (ST/105) Agreeing to Disagree 8:00pm | M  AIN CONCERT (ST) Concertmaster Peter Hanson Presents

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SUNDAY, 27TH

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7:30pm | B  EST OF THE FEST (ST) With post-concert reception

* FREE EVENT VENUE CODES: AS = All Saints Church CC = San Carlos Cathedral CF = Church in the Forest CM = Carmel Mission CP = Carmel Presbyterian CVR = Carmel Valley Ranch OC = Oldemeyer Center ST/105 = Sunset Center, Studio 105 ST(F) = Sunset Center Theater Foyer ST = Sunset Center Theater WS = Wave Street Studio CARMEL BACH FESTIVAL :: 2014 :: www.bachfestival.org

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Concerts

All Main Concerts are presented at the Sunset Center Theater, with the exception of La Serenissima, which will be performed at the Carmel Mission.

MAIN CONCERTS MAGNIFICENT MAGNIFICAT Saturdays, July 19 & July 26, 8:00 PM, Orchestra, Chorale, Chorus and Soloists Johann Sebastian Bach, Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 (with Christmas interpolations) Caroline Shaw, Commissioned Work (world premiere) Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Symphony in D Major, Wq 183/1 Antonio Vivaldi, Gloria, RV 589

THE ST. MATTHEW PASSION Sundays, July 20 & July 27, 2:30 PM Orchestra, Chorale, Youth Chorus Trebles, Soloists Johann Sebastian Bach, Saint Matthew Passion, BWV 244

CONCERTMASTER PETER HANSON PRESENTS Mondays, July 21 & July 28, 8:00 PM Festival Strings and Dominic Teresi bassoon Arcangelo Corelli, Concerto Grosso in D Major, Op. 6, No. 4 Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto for Bassoon in F Major, RV 485 Johann Sebastian Bach, Italian Concerto, BWV 971 (arranged for string orchestra) Francesco Geminiani, Concerto Grosso No. 12 in D Minor ("La Follia" After Corelli, Op. 5, No. 12) Alessandro Stradella, Sinfonia “Avanti il Damone” Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto for Two Violins and Two Violoncellos in G Major, RV 575 Gaetano Donizetti, Allegro in C Major for Strings Giaochino Rossini, String Sonata No. 1 in G Major Tomaso Albinoni/Rimo Giazotto, Adagio in G Minor

LA SERENISSIMA Wednesdays, July 23 & July 30, 8:30 PM Andrew Megill, Chorale and members of the Festival Orchestra Introit, Terribilis est locus iste Giovanni Gabrieli, In ecclesiis Michael Praetorius, In Dulci Jubilo (Verse 1) Claudio Monteverdi, From Selva Morale—Beatus Vir Heinrich Schuetz, Saul, Saul Claudio Monteverdi, Sestina (Lagrime d’amante al sepolcro dell’amata from Bk 6) Johann Schein, Die mit Tränen säen Johann Sebastian Bach, Komm, Jesu, komm Sven-David Sandström, Komm, Jesu, komm Recessional, Chorale, Komm, Jesu komm

MANDOLIN MAGIC Thursdays, July 24 & July 31, 8:00 PM Mandolinists Mike Marshall and Caterina Lichtenberg and members of the Festival Strings Antonio Vivaldi, Double Violin Concerto in A Minor, Op. 3, No. 8, RV 522 (transcribed for two mandolins) Raffaelle Calace, “Marziale” movement from Concerto No. 1, Op. 113 Johann Sebastian Bach, Concerto in D Minor for Oboe and Violin, BWV 1060 (transcribed for two violins) Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto for Solo Mandolin in D Major Mike Marshall, Gator Strut Plus duets for mandolin, including Diabhino Maluco, Santa Morena, Gankino, and Elzic's Farewell

ITALIAN SYMPHONY Fridays, July 25 & August 1, 8:00 PM Festival Orchestra Johann Sebastian Bach, Singet dem Herrn, BWV 225 (Instrumental setting) Arcangelo Corelli, Concerto Grosso Op. 6, No. 3 in C Minor (for Strings, Winds and Continuo) Gioachino Rossini, Semiramide Overture Felix Mendelssohn, Symphony No. 4, Op. 90 in A Major ("Italian")

INSIDE THE MUSIC—ITALIAN OPERA Tuesdays, July 22 & July 29, 8:00 PM Narrator David Gordon with Festival Orchestra, Chorale, Chorus, Youth Chorus, and Soloists Claudio Monteverdi, Incoronatione di Poppea (excerpts—Sinfonias and Scenes) George Frideric Handel, Agrippina (Overture and selected recitatives and arias) Christoph Gluck, Orfeo ed Euridice (excerpts) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Cosi fan tutte (Act I Finale) Giacomo Puccini, Gianni Schicchi (excerpts—selected scenes and arias, including O mio babbino caro) Giuseppe Verdi, Famous choruses from Don Carlo; La Traviata; Nabucco; and Il Trovatore

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CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERTS ALL BACH ORGAN RECITAL Mondays, July 21 & July 28, 11:00 AM, Carmel Mission performed by Andrew Arthur Johann Sebastian Bach, Solo organ works

BACH AND SON Mondays, July 21 & July 28, 2:30 PM, All Saints Church Peter Harvey baritone, Gonzalo X. Ruiz oboe, Yuko Tanaka harpsichord, and members of the Festival Strings Johann Sebastian Bach, Cantata, Amore Traditore, BWV 208 Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Wurttemberg Sonata No. 1, H.30 J.S. Bach, Oboe Concerto in G Minor, BWV 1056 J.S. Bach, Harpsichord Concerto in D Major, BWV 1054 George Frideric Handel, Cantata, Spande ancor al mio dispetto, HWV 165

BACH’S BRUNCH Tuesdays, July 22 & July 29, 1:00 PM, Sunset Theater Foyer

CAPRICCIO ITALIANO: FROM THE RIDICULOUS TO THE SUBLIME Thursdays, July 24 & July 31, 2:30 PM, All Saints Church Aaron Sheehan tenor, Dashon Burton bass-baritone, Dan Swenberg and John Lenti lutes, Yuko Tanaka harpsichord, and members of the Festival Strings Carlo Farina, Capriccio Stravagante Bellerofonte Castaldi, Capriccio di Battaglia Biagio Marini, La Retirata Claudio Monteverdi, Tempro la cetra Johann Rosenmüller, Sonata XI C. Monteverdi, Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda

Week I: Robin Peery flute and Yuko Tanaka harpsichord Johann Sebastian Bach, Partita in A Minor for Solo Flute, BWV 1013 Harpsichord Sonata in D Minor, BWV 964 C.P.E. Bach, Sonata for Flute and Harpsichord in G Major, Wq 86

THE HARMONY OF THE SPHERES Friday, July 25, 1:00 PM & August 1, 11:00 AM, Wave Street Studios, Monterey

Week II: Cynthia Roberts violin Nicola Matteis, Selections from Ayres for the Violin (1676) Georg Philipp Telemann, Fantasia No.1 for Solo Violin, TWV 40:14 Johann Sebastian Bach, Partita in D Minor for Solo Violin, BWV 1004

Clara Rottsolk soprano, Dan Swenberg and John Lenti lutes

ITALIAN PASTORAL Tuesdays, July 22 & July 29, 2:30 PM, All Saints Church Rufus Müller tenor, Johanna Novom and Adriane Post violins, Karina Schmitz viola, Timothy Roberts cello Ottorino Resphigi, Il Tramonto Giacomo Puccini, Crisantemi (Chrysanthemums), Elegy for String Quartet Giuseppe Verdi, Songs Ralph Vaughan Williams, On Wenlock Edge for Tenor, Piano, and String Quartet

DUELING MANDOLINS Wednesdays, July 23 & July 30, 2:30 PM, All Saints Church Mike Marshall and Caterina Lichtenberg mandolins Waldir Azevedo, Quieria-me bem Raffaele Calace, Andante and Allegro vivace from Duetto, Opus 97 Johann Sebastian Bach, Three movements from Suite No. 1 for Cello, BWV 1007 (transcribed for mandolin)

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Traditional Americana, Soldier’s Joy J.S. Bach, Organ Duets, BWV 802-805 (transcribed for mandolins) Jacob do Bandolim, Assanhado Antonio Vivaldi, Sonata for Two Violins in G Major, RV 71 (transcribed for two violins) J.S. Bach, Two Canons from The Art of the Fugue Daniel Huschert, Bokeh Mike Marshall, December 29th Gabriele Leone, Air #4 Various, Brazilian Choro medley Yasuo Kuwahara, In the Fence

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Emilio Cavalieri, Dalle più alte sfere Cosimo Bottegari, Se’l vostro udito è un aria gentile Giovanni Terzi, Canzona à due liuti Francesco Gafori, Gaphuri tandem modulis Orphic Hymn after Bossensis, Musarum Jean Baptiste Lully, Ballet des sept planètes John Playford, The Glory of the Sun Francesco Cavalli, Lucidissima Face (Endymion’s Song to the Moon) Nicholas Vallet, Courant de Mars Jean Baptiste Lully, Prelude de Mercure, Ritournelle de Venus, and Air du Saturn Emilio Cavalieri, Godi turba mortal (Jupiter) and O che nuovo miraculo Vincenzo Galilei, Fuga a l'unisono a due and Urania, Calliope, & Polyhymnia Michelagnolo Galilei, Toccata & Corrente Orlando di Lasso, in me transierunt Lelio Colista, pro symphonia testudine Antoine Boësset, Divine Amaryllis François Dufault, Duet for Two Lutes in C minor Henry Purcell, Thou tunest this World below, the Spheres above Jacques Gallot, La Comète Michelagnolo Galilei, Toccata Augusto Steffani, Sfere amiche

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STORMY QUARTETS Fridays, July 25 & August 1, 2:30 PM, All Saints Church Cynthia Roberts and Patricia Ahern violins, Patrick Jordan viola, Allen Whear cello, Jordan Frazier double bass Luigi Boccherini, String Quartet in B Minor, Op. 58, No. 4 Gioachino Rossini, String Sonata No. 6 in D Major, “La Tempesta” Ludwig van Beethoven, String Quartet in B-flat Major, Op. 18, No. 6

NEW THIS YEAR! FAMILY CONCERT Saturday, July 26, 11:00 AM, Sunset Theater A special interactive and participatory concert designed for young people and their families, featuring a string quartet, woodwinds and brass quintet. Artistic Director Paul Goodwin will be the Master of Ceremonies.

MATINÉE CONCERTANTE Saturday, August 2, 11:00 AM, Sunset Theater

TWILIGHT MOZART Wednesday, July 30, 5:00 PM, Church in the Forest, Pebble Beach Peter Hanson and Cynthia Roberts violins, Patrick Jordan and Karina Schmitz violas, Allen Whear cello Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,  Quartet in C Major, K. 157 Adagio and Fugue in C Minor, K. 546 Quintet No. 5 in D Major, K.593

BACH IN THE CATHEDRAL Thursdays, July 24 & 31, 5:00 PM, San Carlos Cathedral, Monterey Andrew Arthur director and harpsichord, Dominique Labelle soprano, Robin Blaze countertenor, Robert Farley baroque trumpet, and members of the Festival Strings

Four emerging vocal stars from our Master Class program perform vocal Baroque masterpieces with members of the Festival Orchestra and Michael Beattie, director.

Alessandro Scarlatti, Aria: A battaglia, pensieri Johann Sebastian Bach, Aria: Tilge hochster, meine sunden from Psalm 51, BWV 1083 (After Pergolesi) Giuseppe Torelli, Sonata for Trumpet in D Major, G. 7 J.S. Bach, Italian Concerto for Harpsichord, BWV 971 A. Scarlatti, Two arias for Soprano & Trumpet: In terra la Guerra and Mio tesoro per te moro J.S. Bach, A Cantata Concerto—BWV 1053 combined with BWV 169 (Sinfonia from BWV 1053; Cantata BWV 169; final Allegro movement from BWV 1053)

TWILIGHT CONCERTS

CANDLELIGHT CONCERTS

A BACH PRELUDE Wednesday, July 16, 5:00 PM, Church in the Forest, Pebble Beach

BEETHOVEN’S BLOCKBUSTER Sunday, July 20, 8:30 PM, All Saints Church

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Serenata Notturna, K. 239 and Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525 Michael Haydn, Divertimento in D Major, MH 319

ADAMS MASTER CLASS SHOWCASE Saturday, August 2, 1:30 PM, Carmel Presbyterian Church

Cynthia Roberts violin, Rebecca Mariman soprano, Kathleen Flynn alto, Andrew Megill tenor, Avery Griffin bass Johann Sebastian Bach, Partita in D Minor for Solo Violin, BWV 1004 David Lang, Little Match Girl Passion

FIDDLERS THREE Wednesday, July 23, 5:00 PM, Church in the Forest, Pebble Beach Peter Hanson, Edwin Huizinga, and Evan Few violins; Ezra Seltzer cello, Dan Swenberg lute, Andrew Arthur organ and harpsichord Dario Castello, Sonata No.9 Biagio Marini, Sonata per tre violini Bernardo Pasquini, Toccata for Organ in D Minor Antonio Vivaldi, Lute Concerto in D Major, RV 93 B. Marini, Passacalio à tre ed à quattro Henry Purcell, Fantazia: Three parts on a ground, Z. 731 H. Purcell, Voluntary for Double Organ Alessandro Stradella, Sinfonia a due violini e basso in A Minor

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Johann Pachelbel, Canon e gigue in D Major Johann Sebastian Bach, Fugue on a Theme for Organ by Corelli Arcangelo Corelli, Trio Sonata in B Minor, Op. 3, No. 4

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Peter Hanson and Cynthia Roberts violins, Patrick Jordan viola, Allen Whear cello, Jordan Frazier bass, Ginger Kroft clarinet, Christopher Cooper horn, and Dominic Teresi bassoon Franz Schubert, String Quartet No. 1, D. 18 Ludwig van Beethoven, Septet in E-flat Major, Op. 20

FRESH VOICES Sunday, July 27, 8:30 PM, Sunset Theater Rebecca Mariman soprano, Kathleen Flynn alto, Andrew Megill tenor, Avery Griffin bass, Festival Chorale and Chorus David Lang, Little Match Girl Passion Henryk Gorecki, Totus tuus Arvo Pärt, Magnificat Antiphons John Tavener, Song for Athene

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Music & Ideas The following events are free and open to the public, with the exception of Cottages, Gardens & Cantatas. PRE-CONCERT LECTURES

SIXTEEN HEARTSTRINGS

FREE CONCERTS

with David Gordon, Festival Dramaturge

Thursdays, July 24 & 31, 7:00–7:30pm, Studio 105

YOUNG MUSICIANS SHOWCASE

The European mandolin was transformed when it came to America 100 years ago, and the Thursday concert features both versions of the instrument. David Gordon explains the amazing musical connection between Italy, Michigan, and Kentucky.

Sunday, July 13, 4:00pm, Sunset Theater

GLORIA! Saturdays, July 19 & 26, 6:45–7:15pm, Studio 105 Bach and Vivaldi were contemporaries but never met, and yet Bach's Magnificat and Vivaldi's Gloria make a perfect and joyous pair, this talk explains the musical connections between these two Masters.

O BEAUTIFUL MOMENT! Sundays, July 20 & 27, 12:45–1:45pm, Studio 105 The St. Matthew Passion is a powerful dramatic and psychological journey, a guided meditation by a master of music and ideas. David Gordon, creator of the Festival's English supertitles, describes Bach's persuasive techniques for engaging both mind and heart.

AGREEING TO DISAGREE

Fridays, July 25 & August 1, 6:45–7:15pm Studio 105 Mendelssohn and Rossini had a cordial relationship, despite the fact that their musical ideals differed totally and each one thought the other was wrong. This lecture discusses the friendly meetings of the cultural heirs of Bach and Mozart, and explains which is which.

YOUTH CHORUS MEMBER SHOWCASE Friday, August 1, 5:00pm, All Saints Church

COTTAGES, GARDENS & CANTATAS

Following individual coaching from members of the Festival Chorale, this informal recital showcases our talented high-school aged singers who comprise our Youth Chorus.

COMMUNITY CONCERTS LECTURES

BACH AND THE MOVIES

Mondays, July 21 & 28, 7:00–7:30pm, Studio 105

Thursday, July 17, 5:00pm, Studio 105 Tuesday, July 29, 11:00am, Studio 105

Two of Italy's greatest contributions to the world of music are the violin and the concerto! This lecture describes the colorful history of both things, and explains why concerto players must first unite in order to be independent.

Join EMMY® award-winning composer and musician John Wineglass for two lectures. exploring Bach's influences in classic films.

BRAVI TUTTI!

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BERLIN MEETS NAPOLI

Local youth audition winners from the Central Coast perform in an informal hour of Baroque classics, hosted by David Gordon.

SATURDAY, MAY 3, 2014

Thursday, July 24, 7:00pm, Oldemeyer Center, Seaside

11am–4pm

This free community concert in Seaside showcases small ensembles of Bach Festival musicians and our Virginia Best Adams Master Class Fellows in an enjoyable, informal performance.

TOWER MUSIC OPEN SESSIONS

OPEN REHEARSALS AT SUNSET CENTER

Tuesdays, July 22 & 29, 6:45–7:15pm, Studio 105

Wednesday, July 9, 7:00pm Inside the Music: Italian Opera

David Gordon, a forty-year veteran of the operatic stage and the narrator of the Tuesday concert, shares his anecdotes and insights about Italians and the invention of opera, including some pointers about the Tuesday concert itself.

Sunday, July 13, 9:30am, Italian Symphony Friday, July 25, 2:30pm, Fresh Voices Artistic Director Paul Goodwin and Peter Hanson lead these onstage working sessions for our Main Concerts. Gather in the Sunset Foyer 30 minutes beforehand for an introduction by Festival Dramaturge David Gordon.

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Enjoy pre-concert brass fanfares before most Main concerts at the Sunset Center Terrace and outside at the Carmel Mission. See the 2014 At-A-Glance.

Enjoy three homes including several public rooms of an historic adobe, a Scenic Avenue home with incredible ocean views and a quintessential "Carmel Cottage." Tour three varied gardens— one featuring natives, succulents and grasses to an English-style garden with abundant blooms and a small garden of boxwood-enclosed "rooms." While enjoying these properties in Carmel and on Carmel Point, hear classical music at select venues featuring young musicians from our community. Tickets $35 in advance / $40 day of All proceeds benefit the Carmel Bach Festival Tickets can be purchased online at bachfestival.org or by calling 831.624.1521.

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Supporting Carmel Bach Festival MAJOR SUPPORT PROVIDED BY...

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Full American breakfast buffet Monday-Friday and Continental Breakfast Saturday and Sunday.

Candle Light Inn San Carlos between 4th & 5th Carriage House Inn Junipero between 7th & 8th

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.

MUSICIAN SPONSORSHIP Consider sponsoring a Carmel Bach Festival musician during the Festival. Musician sponsors are invited to the musicians welcome party and an exclusive postrehearsal luncheon. Contact Nicola Reilly for information, nicola@bachfestival.org. 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, Community Foundation for Monterey County, Dunspaugh-Dalton Foundation, 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, The Upjohn California Fund, Warren & Katharine Schlinger Foundation, Wells Fargo Bank Foundation, Welton Foundation, Willard E. Smucker Foundation, Robert and Virginia Stanton Endowment, Union Bank Foundation, Yellow Brick Road Benefit Shop (as of March 1, 2014)

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Expand your horizons at the C restaurant with famous sparkling wine flights and delectable seafood in a stylish oceanfront setting.

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Box Office

PRICING FOR SUNSET CENTER MAIN CONCERTS Sect I $76   Sect II $70  Sect III $55  Sect IV $40 BEST OF FEST (no section IV seating) Sect I $128  Sect II $118  Sect III $98

Sunset Center Theater MAIN CONCERTS STAGE

STAGE

A

A

A B C

BALCONY BOX

D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ZZ

D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ZZ

ORCHESTRA SEATING

A B C

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

BALCONY BOX

D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ZZ

ORCHESTRA SEATING

BALCONY BOX BALCONY

BA BB BC BD BE BF BG BH

BA BB BC BD BE BF BG BH

Sect II

B C

BALCONY BOX

BALCONY BA BB BC BD BE BF BG BH

Sect I

All pricing for Sunset Center events include a $1-$3 facility use fee. For specific seat information, please visit our website at bachfestival.org.

BEST OF THE FEST

Sect III

Sect IV

Sect I

Wheelchair seating

BA BB BC BD BE BF BG BH

Sect II

Sect III

Wheelchair seating

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 thru Friday 10:00am–4:00pm

WILL CALL Beginning June 6, 2014, Will Call tickets will be available for pick-up: 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. NO REFUNDS If you are unable to attend a performance, exchange your tickets for another event of equal value. All exchanges will be handled by the box office manager. 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. MILITARY AND STUDENT DISCOUNTS Active or retired military and students with valid ID can enjoy a $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. No recording devices of any type are allowed during any of our events.

FAX 831.624.2788 IN PERSON Festival Office (Cottage 16, Mission & 10th, Carmel) Monday thru 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 orders are subject to a $5 per order handling fee.

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Order Your Tickets

COTTAGES, GARDENS & CANTATAS

#

Price

Cottages, Gardens & Cantatas

Total

$35

PROGRAM BOOK

Price

Commemorative Program Book

Total

#

Carmel Bach Festival Annual Gala: Bravissimo! MAIN CONCERTS SINGLE TICKETS

Date (circle)

#

Ticket Delivery Preference: q  Mail -or- q  Will Call (tickets held) Name

$10

ANNUAL GALA

YOUR MAILING AND PAYMENT INFORMATION

Venue

Price

CVR

$275

Total

Venue

I

II

III

IV

Total

Address City/State/Zip

Saturday

8:00 PM

Magnificent Magnificat

7/19 or 7/26

ST

$76*

$70*

$55*

$40*

Phone

Sunday

2:30 PM

The St. Matthew Passion

7/20 or 7/27

ST

$76*

$70*

$55*

$40*

Email (required for an emailed order confirmation)

Monday

8:00 PM

Concertmaster Peter Hanson Presents

7/21 or 7/28

ST

$76*

$70*

$55*

$40*

Tuesday

8:00 PM

Inside the Music: Italian Opera

7/22 or 7/29

ST

$76*

$70*

$55*

$40*

Wednesday

8:30 PM

La Serenissima at the Mission

7/23 or 7/30

CM

$85

$70

Thursday

8:00 PM

Mandolin Magic

7/24 or 7/31

ST

$76*

$70*

$55*

$40*

Friday

8:00 PM

Italian Symphony

7/25 or 8/1

ST

$76*

$70*

$55*

$40*

Saturday

7:30 PM

Best of the Fest

8/2

ST

$128*

$118*

$98*

q  Check enclosed -or- Please charge my: q  VISA q  Mastercard q  AMEX Credit Card #

Price

PICK FIVE: CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT PACKAGE ◊◊ PICK FIVE: Your choice of five designated events (◊◊) for $125 (please circle ◊◊ in price column) CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERTS

Date (circle)

Total

$125 #

Venue

Total

CVV Code

Cardholder Name Signature

pre-festival Wednesday

Exp. Date

5:00 PM

A Bach Prelude ◊◊

11:00 AM

All Bach Organ Recital ◊◊

7/16

CF

$41 or ◊◊

7/21 or 7/28

CM

$30 or ◊◊

morning Monday Friday

1PM / 11AM

Music of the Spheres

7/25 (PM) or 8/1 (AM)

WS

$30

VENUE CODES: 

Saturday

11:00 AM

Family Concert

7/26

ST

$11*

AS = All Saints Church 

Saturday

11:00 AM

Matinee Concertante ◊◊

8/2

ST

$32* or ◊◊

CC = San Carlos Cathedral 

afternoon

CF = Church in the Forest 

Monday

2:30 PM

Bach and Son ◊◊

7/21 or 7/28

AS

$29 or ◊◊

Tuesday

1:00 PM

Week One: Bach's Brunch - Solo Suites

7/22

ST (F)

$37*

Tuesday

CP = Carmel Presbyterian

1:00 PM

Week Two: Bach's Brunch - Solo Suites

7/29

ST (F)

$37*

CVR = Carmel Valley Ranch 

Tuesday

2:30 PM

Italian Pastoral ◊◊

7/22 or 7/29

AS

$29 or ◊◊

ST(F) = Sunset Center Foyer 

Wednesday

2:30 PM

Dueling Mandolins ◊◊

7/23 or 7/30

AS

$29 or ◊◊

Thursday

2:30 PM

Capriccio Italiano ◊◊

7/24 or 7/31

AS

$29 or ◊◊

ST = Sunset Center Theater 

Friday

2:30 PM

Stormy Quartets ◊◊

7/25 or 8/1

AS

$29 or ◊◊

Saturday

1:30 PM

Virginia Best Adams Master Class Showcase ◊◊

8/2

CP

$20 or ◊◊

CM = Carmel Misison 

WS = Wave Street Studio *A facility use fee of $1-$3 has been included in pricing for all Sunset Center Theater (ST) events.

twilight Wednesday

5:00 PM

Fiddlers Three

Thursday

5:00 PM

Bach in the Cathedral

7/23

CF

$41

7/24 or 7/31

CC

$41

Saturday

4:00 PM

Youth Chorus ◊◊

7/26

AS

$20 or ◊◊

Wednesday

5:00 PM

Twilight Mozart

7/30

CF

$41

Sunday

8:30 PM

Beethoven's Blockbuster ◊◊

7/20

AS

$41 or ◊◊

Sunday

8:30 PM

Fresh Voices ◊◊

7/27

ST

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