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2012 ROSTER Music Director Cho-Liang Lin Violin

Augustin Hadelich Michelle Kim Yura Lee Cho-Liang Lin Philippe Quint Andrew Wan

Viola

Oboe

Andrea Overturf Liang Wang

Clarinet

Burt Hara Sheryl Renk John Bruce Yeh

Che-Yen Chen James Dunham Toby Hoffman Paul Neubauer

Bassoon

Cello

Branford Marsalis

Carter Brey Chia-Ling Chien Felix Fan Trevor Handy Desmond Hoebig Gary Hoffman Joshua Roman Han Bin Yoon

Bass

Valentin Martchev Ryan Simmons

Saxophone Horn

Igudesman & Joo Alek­sey Igudes­man, violin Hyung-ki Joo, piano

San Diego Youth Symphony’s International Youth Symphony

David Cossin Dustin Donahue Bonnie Whiting-Smith

Guitar

Deborah Hoffman Gabriel Kahane

Voice

Stephen Bryant, bass-baritone Haeran Hong, soprano Ying Huang, soprano Gabriel Kahane, baritone

Digital Sampler Yuanlin Chen

Conductor

Flute

Catherine Ransom Karoly

Jeff Edmons Kent Nagano Tan Dun

Recorder

Composers-in-Residence

Michala Petri

Calder Quartet Benjamin Jacobson, violin Andrew Bulbrook, violin Jonathan Moerschel, viola Eric Byers, cello

Percussion

Piano

Anthony Newman

Ensembles

San Diego Master Chorale Gary McKercher, music director

Nico Abondolo Eric Revis

Harpsichord

Tokyo String Quartet Martin Beaver, violin Kikuei Ikeda, violin Kazuhide Isomura, viola Clive Greensmith, cello

Benjamin Jaber Erik Ralske

Harp

Inon Barnatan Jeremy Denk Gabriel Kahane Jeffrey Kahane Mari Kodama Ken Noda John Novacek Jon Kimura Parker Pablo Ziegler

Ensemble-in-Residence

SummerFest Chamber Orchestra Ziegler Classical Tango Quartet Pablo Ziegler, piano Hector Del Curto, bandoneon Jisoo Ok, cello Pedro Giraudo, bass

Fellowship Artist Ensembles Amphion String Quartet Katie Hyun, violin David Southorn, violin Wei-Yang Andy Lin, viola Mihai Marica, cello

Newbury Trio Arianna Warsaw-Fan, violin Meta Weiss, cello Henry Kramer, piano

Marc-André Dalbavie Gabriel Kahane Aaron Jay Kernis Tan Dun

COVER IMAGE: Richard Diebenkorn, Untitled, 1970. Color lithograph in seven colors, 30 x 22 ½ inches. Collection Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Gleich, San Diego, California. © The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation.

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OPENING NIGHT A Romantic Promenade

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM

MUSICAL PRELUDE 6:30 PM Cho-Liang Lin and Jon Kimura Parker perform the West Coast Première of John Harbison’s Sonata for Violin and Piano

TICKETS: $75 | $50

MOSZKOWSKI Suite for Two Violins and Piano Cho-Liang Lin, Augustin Hadelich, violins; Henry Kramer, piano VILLA-LOBOS Bachianas Brasileiras No. 1 for Eight Cellos Chia-Ling Chien, Felix Fan, Trevor Handy, Desmond Hoebig, Mihai Marica, Joshua Roman, Meta Weiss, Han Bin Yoon, cellos Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 for Soprano and Eight Cellos Ying Huang, soprano; Chia-Ling Chien, Felix Fan, Trevor Handy, Desmond Hoebig, Mihai Marica, Joshua Roman, Meta Weiss, Han Bin Yoon, cellos

Jon Kimura Parker, John Harbison and Cho-Liang Lin

RACHMANINOFF Vocalise Ying Huang, soprano; Jeffrey Kahane, piano Symphonic Dances Jon Kimura Parker, Jeffrey Kahane, pianos

Augustin Hadelich

Cho-Liang Lin

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TAN DUN’s WATER PASSION

PRELUDE 6:30 PM Longtime friends and colleagues Tan Dun & Cho-Liang Lin participate in an informal discussion

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4 · 7:30 PM LA JOLLA PLAYHOUSE’S MANDELL WEISS THEATRE TICKETS: $65 | $45

TAN DUN Water Passion after St. Matthew Tan Dun, conductor; Ying Huang, soprano; Stephen Bryant, bass-baritone; Cho-Liang Lin, violin; Felix Fan, cello; David Cossin, Dustin Donahue, Bonnie Whiting-Smith, percussion; Yuanlin Chen, sampler; San Diego Master Chorale

Ying Huang

The work begins and ends with the sound of water. The text is drawn largely from the Gospel of St. Matthew with brief poetic reflections by the composer. Tan Dan creates a “water-instruments orchestra” and explores a remarkably wide range of vocal styles, from the overtone singing of Mongolia to the unique colors of Peking Opera.

Stephen Bryant

Tan Dun’s Water Passion after St. Matthew

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BAROQUE MASTERWORKS

PRELUDE 2 PM Lecture by Ruben Valenzuela Germany, France...but oh, those Italians!

SUNDAY, AUGUST 5 · 3 PM · ST. JAMES BY-THE-SEA TICKETS: $75 | $50

Program Highlights:

TELEMANN Suite in A Minor for Alto Recorder, Strings and Continuo Michala Petri, recorder; Augustin Hadelich, Arianna Warsaw-Fan, violins; Che-Yen Chen, viola; Desmond Hoebig, cello; Nico Abondolo, bass; Anthony Newman, harpsichord NAUDOT Concerto in G Major for Recorder and Strings Michala Petri, recorder; Augustin Hadelich, Arianna Warsaw-Fan, violins; Desmond Hoebig, cello SAMMARTINI Concerto in F Major for Soprano Recorder, Strings and Basso Continuo Michala Petri, recorder; Amphion String Quartet; Nico Abondolo, bass; Anthony Newman, harpsichord BACH Partita No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1006 Augustin Hadelich, violin VIVALDI Concerto in C Major for Recorder, Strings and Continuo, RV 443 Michala Petri, recorder; Amphion String Quartet; Nico Abondolo, bass; Anthony Newman, harpsichord

SCHUBERT I A Journey Through Time

Michala Petri

MUSICAL PRELUDE 6:30 PM Amphion String Quartet performs Bartók’s String Quartet No. 3 and Schubert’s Quartettsatz

TUESDAY, AUGUST 7 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $65 | $45

The father and son duo of singer-songwriter-composer Gabriel Kahane and pianist-conductor Jeffrey Kahane share a passion for breaking down musical barriers. Hear Gabriel’s emotionally powerful pop songs intertwined with Jeffrey’s selections of Schubert-Liszt transcriptions in a curated musical dialogue.

Program Highlights:

BRAHMS SCHUBERT-LISZT GABRIEL KAHANE SCHUBERT GABRIEL KAHANE SCHUBERT-LISZT GABRIEL KAHANE

Chorale Prelude Op. 122, No. 4 for Two Pianos Gretchen am Spinnrade Durrants Impromptu No. 3 in G-flat Major Where Are the Arms Auf dem Wasser zu Singen Winter Song Jeffrey Kahane, piano; Gabriel Kahane, piano, guitar & vocals

SCHUBERT String Quartet No. 15 in G Major Tokyo String Quartet

Jeffrey Kahane

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AN EVENING WITH BRANFORD MARSALIS

PRELUDE 6:30 PM Interview with Branford Marsalis hosted by Marcus Overton

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $75 | $50

BARBER

St. Ita’s Vision Nocturne The Monk and His Cat Nuvoletta Branford Marsalis, saxophone; Jeffrey Kahane, piano

HINDEMITH

Trio for Tenor Saxophone, Viola and Piano, Op. 47   Branford Marsalis, saxophone; Paul Neubauer, viola; Jeffrey Kahane, piano

BUSCH Quintet for Strings and Saxophone Branford Marsalis, saxophone; Martin Beaver, Arianna Warsaw-Fan, violins; Paul Neubauer, viola; Clive Greensmith, cello A SELECTION OF JAZZ WORKS Branford Marsalis, saxophone; Eric Revis, bass

Eric Revis Branford Marsalis

ENCOUNTER

THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 · 12:30 PM · ATHENAEUM MUSIC & ARTS LIBRARY

free TO THE PUBLIC

COMPOSER’S FORUM SummerFest Composers-in-Residence Marc-André Dalbavie, Gabriel Kahane and Aaron Jay Kernis share insights on their creative processes in a panel discussion moderated by Marcus Overton.

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MUSICAL PRELUDE 6:30 PM Newbury Trio performs Ravel’s Piano Trio

COMMISSIONS AND PREMIÈRES

FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $65 | $45

GABRIEL KAHANE ELLEN TAAFFE ZWILICH

Come On All You Ghosts (2009) Gabriel Kahane, baritone; Calder Quartet Septet for Piano Trio and String Quartet (2008) Newbury Trio; Amphion String Quartet

MEET THE COMPOSERS 7:00 PM Audience members are invited to attend a pre-concert reception. Come enjoy a glass of wine and chat with the evening’s featured composers about their new works.

AARON JAY KERNIS Perpetual Chaconne WEST COAST PREMIÈRE (2012) John Bruce Yeh, clarinet; Calder Quartet MARC-ANDRÉ DALBAVIE Piano Quartet WORLD PREMIÈRE (2012) Yura Lee, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Felix Fan, cello; Jeremy Denk, piano

OPEN REHEARSAL AUGUST 9 ∙ See Page 17

free TO THE PUBLIC

Gabriel Kahane

Marc-André Dalbavie

Calder Quartet

Aaron Jay Kernis

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SUMMERFEST GALA

SATURDAY, AUGUST 11 · 6 PM · AT THE HOME OF JEAN & GARY SHEKHTER ELAINE DARWIN & MARINA PASTOR, GALA CO-CHAIRS The White Nights Gala will bring the glorious aromas, tastes and sounds of St. Petersburg to SummerFest. Join us for this festive celebration of music at the new Wallace Cunningham designed home of Jean and Gary Shekhter in Rancho Santa Fe. This elegant black-tie fundraiser benefits the education, outreach and artistic programs of La Jolla Music Society. For additional information regarding our SummerFest Gala, please call 858.459.3724, ext. 206.

TOKYO STRING QUARTET

SUNDAY, AUGUST 12 · 3 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM

MUSICAL PRELUDE 2 PM Amphion String Quartet performs Haydn’s String Quartet in B Minor Op. 33, No.1 and Shostakovich’s String Quartet No. 7

TICKETS: $65 | $45

HAYDN String Quartet in D Major, Op. 20, No. 4 BEETHOVEN String Quartet No. 2 in G Major Tokyo String Quartet ELGAR Piano Quintet in A Minor Jeremy Denk, piano; Tokyo String Quartet Join us as we celebrate one of the world’s most distinguished chamber ensembles as they embark on their Farewell Season. With an extraordinary 44-year history, the Tokyo String Quartet will officially come to an end in June 2013 with the retirement of Kazuhide Isomura and Kikuei Ikeda.

free

OPEN REHEARSAL TO THE AUGUST 11 ∙ See Page 17 PUBLIC

Tokyo String Quartet

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PRELUDE 6:30 PM Lecture by Susan Youens A 21st Century Schubertiad

SCHUBERT II Soirée Musicale

TUESDAY, AUGUST 14 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $65 | $45

Program Highlights:

SCHUBERT Notturno in E-flat Major for Violin, Cello and Piano Newbury Trio March Militaire in D Major for Piano 4-Hands Ken Noda, John Novacek, piano Der Hirt auf dem Felsen for Voice, Clarinet and Piano Haeran Hong, soprano; John Bruce Yeh, clarinet; Ken Noda, piano Overture in C Minor for String Quintet James Dunham, viola; Amphion String Quartet Fantasy in C Major for Violin and Piano Yura Lee, violin; John Novacek, piano

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OPEN REHEARSAL TO THE AUGUST 13 ∙ See Page 17 PUBLIC

John Bruce Yeh

AN EVENING WITH IGUDESMAN & JOO “A Little Nightmare Music”

PRELUDE 6:30 PM Lecture by Steven Cassedy Poking Fun at Music: From P.D.Q. Bach to Igudesman & Joo

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $75 | $50

A LITTLE NIGHTMARE MUSIC Alek­sey Igudes­man, violin; Hyung-ki Joo, piano Joined by some of classical music’s biggest names in their musical comedy sketches, Igudesman & Joo have been taking the world by storm with their musical virtuosity and zany outrageous humor of all the “nightmarish” things that could go wrong during a concert. Igudesman & Joo

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ENCOUNTER

free TO THE PUBLIC

THURSDAY, AUGUST 16 · 12:30 PM · ATHENAEUM MUSIC & ARTS LIBRARY

SCHUBERT AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF SONG Author of numerous scholarly articles and books on German Song in the 19th Century, acclaimed musicologist, Susan Youens, delivers a presentation on the transformative influence of Franz Schubert.

BEETHOVEN The Other Masterpieces

MUSICAL PRELUDE 6:30 PM Amphion String Quartet performs Debussy’s String Quartet in G Minor

FRIDAY, AUGUST 17 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $65 | $45

BEETHOVEN Sextet for Two Horns and String Quartet Michelle Kim, Arianna Warsaw-Fan, violins; James Dunham, viola; Carter Brey, cello; Erik Ralske, Benjamin Jaber, horns String Quintet in C Major Cho-Liang Lin, Michelle Kim, violins; James Dunham, Toby Hoffman, violas; Carter Brey, cello Kakadu Variations Newbury Trio

Liang Wang

Quintet in E-flat Major for Piano and Winds John Novacek, piano; Liang Wang, oboe; Burt Hara, clarinet; Valentin Martchev, bassoon; Erik Ralske, horn

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OPEN REHEARSAL TO THE AUGUST 16 ∙ See Page 17 PUBLIC

James Dunham

Burt Hara

Carter Brey

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Viva Tango! AN EVENING WITH PABLO ZIEGLER

PRELUDE 6:30 PM Interview with Pablo Ziegler hosted by Marcus Overton

SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $75 | $50

Program Highlights:

PIAZZOLLA Buenos Aires Hora Cero for Two Pianos (arr. Ziegler) Pablo Ziegler, John Novacek, pianos Oblivion Pablo Ziegler, piano; Cho-Liang Lin, violin

Libertango for Cello and Piano Pablo Ziegler, piano; Carter Brey, cello PABLO ZIEGLER Milonga Del Adios for Clarinet and Piano Pablo Ziegler, piano; Burt Hara, clarinet   A SELECTION OF TANGO WORKS Ziegler Classical Tango Quartet Pablo Ziegler, piano; Hector Del Curto, bandoneon; Jisoo Ok, cello; Pedro Giruado, bass

Ziegler Classical Tango Quartet

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A FAMILY AFFAIR

SUNDAY, AUGUST 19 · 3 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM

MUSICAL PRELUDE 2 PM Newbury Trio performs Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio in D Minor

TICKETS: $65 | $45

Program Highlights:

MOZART Adagio and Rondo in C Minor Toby Hoffman, viola; Gary Hoffman, cello; Catherine Ransom Karoly, flute; Liang Wang, oboe; Deborah Hoffman, harp BRUCH Two Pieces for Clarinet, Viola and Harp Burt Hara, clarinet; Toby Hoffman, viola; Deborah Hoffman, harp CAPLET Conte Fantastique for Harp and String Quartet Deborah Hoffman, harp; Amphion String Quartet SAINT-SAËNS The Swan Gary Hoffman, cello; Deborah Hoffman, harp FAURÉ Piano Quartet in C Minor Philippe Quint, violin; Toby Hoffman, viola; Gary Hoffman, cello; Inon Barnatan, piano

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OPEN REHEARSAL TO THE AUGUST 18 ∙ See Page 17 PUBLIC

SCHUBERT III Freunde und Freude

Deborah Hoffman

PRELUDE 6:30 PM Lecture by Eric Bromberger Morning, Noon and Blazing Sunset

TUESDAY, AUGUST 21 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $65 | $45

SCHUBERT Violin Sonata in A Major Andrew Wan, violin; John Novacek, piano Fantasy in F Minor for Piano 4-Hands Inon Barnatan, Mari Kodama, piano

Wind Octet in F Major, D.72 Liang Wang, Andrea Overturf, oboes; Burt Hara, Sheryl Renk, clarinets; Valentin Martchev, Ryan Simmons, bassoons; Erik Ralske, Benjamin Jaber, horns

Piano Trio No. 1 in B-flat Major Philippe Quint, violin; Carter Brey, cello; Inon Barnatan, piano

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Inon Barnatan


THE COMPLETE BRAHMS TRIOS

MUSICAL PRELUDE 6:30 PM Newbury Trio performs Beethoven’s Piano Trio in E-flat Major, Op. 70, No. 2

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $65 | $45

BRAHMS Piano Trio No. 2 in C Major Piano Trio No. 3 in C Minor Piano Trio No. 1 in B Major Cho-Liang Lin, violin; Gary Hoffman, cello; Jon Kimura Parker, piano

Cho-Liang Lin

Gary Hoffman Jon Kimura Parker

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ENCOUNTER

TO THE PUBLIC

THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 · 12:30 PM · ATHENAEUM MUSIC & ARTS LIBRARY

FORGING A CONCERT CAREER: MAKING IT AS A PROFESSIONAL VIOLINIST IN THE 21ST CENTURY SummerFest Music Director Cho-Liang Lin and violinists Philippe Quint, Andrew Wan and Arianna Warsaw-Fan discuss their different career paths, the joys and the challenges of being a successful musician in the world of classical music. 858.459.3728

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SUMMERFEST SPECIAL SCREENING

free TO THE PUBLIC

THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM Free Admission ∙ Limited Seating ∙ Doors Open at 7 PM

Join us for the West Coast Première of Director David Grubin’s new film Downtown Express starring SummerFest artist Philippe Quint, who will give a brief introduction prior to the start of the film. Set in the world of Russian immigrants living in New York City, the film uses music to explore the clash of old world values against the lure and excitement of a new country. For more information about the film visit downtownexpressfilm.com

SUMMERFEST FINALE FRIDAY, AUGUST 24 · 7:30 PM · MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM

PRELUDE 6:30 PM Interview with Kent Nagano hosted by Eric Bromberger

TICKETS: $75 | $50

Kent Nagano, conductor ROSSINI Overture to The Barber of Seville BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major Mari Kodama, piano MAURER Sinfonia Concertante for Four Violins in A Minor Philippe Quint, Cho-Liang Lin, Michelle Kim, Andrew Wan, violins MENDELSSOHN Symphony No. 4 in A Major “Italian” ALL WORKS FEATURING the SummerFest Chamber Orchestra

Kent Nagano

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All programs, artists, dates, times and venues are subject to change. La Jolla Music Society is unable to offer refunds for SummerFest performances. PHOTO CREDITS: Pg. 3: C. Lin © Paul Body, J. Parker/J. Harbison/C. Lin © LIZPR, A. Hadelich © Rosalie O’Connor; Pg. 4: Tan Dun’s Water Passion after St. Matthew © Parnassus Production, Inc., Y. Huang courtesy of artist, S. Bryant courtesy of artist; Pg. 5: M. Petri © Tom Barnard, J. Kahane courtesy of artist; Pg. 6: B. Marsalis by Palma Kolansky, E. Revis by Kurt Rosenwinkel; Pg. 7: Calder Quartet © Tyler Boye, G. Kahane courtesy of artist, M. Dalbavie by Roger Mastroianni, A. Kernis by Richard Bowditch; Pg. 8: Tokyo String Quartet by Peter Checchia; Pg. 9: J. Yeh © Todd Rosenberg, Igudesman & Joo © Julia Wesely; Pg. 10: C. Brey by Chris Lee, L. Wang © Matt Dine, J. Dunham courtesy of artist, B. Hara courtesy of artist; Pg. 11: Ziegler Classical Tango Quartet courtesy of artist; Pg. 12: D. Hoffman © Peter Hurley Photography, I. Barnatan © Marco Borggreve; Pg 13: J. Parker © Tara McMullen, C. Lin © Paul Body, G. Hoffman © Gerard Proust; Pg 14: K. Nagano courtesy of artist, M. Kodama by Christian Steiner; Back Cover: SF Under the Stars by Matthew Fernie

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COACHING WORKSHOPS

OPEN REHEARSALS

free TO THE PUBLIC

free TO THE PUBLIC

Free Admission ∙ Limited Seating

Free Admission ∙ Limited Seating

Mornings with Master Teachers and Fellowship Artists Weekdays August 1 - 21 · 10 - 12 PM*

Afternoons with SummerFest Artists Observe the intricate rehearsal process that happens before the audiences arrive and the stage lights shine. Artistic Administrator Leah Rosenthal, joined by special guests, will introduce each work prior to the start of the rehearsal. These are working rehearsals and no entry is allowed once they have begun. Doors will open 10 minutes prior to the start time listed below.

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MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM (unless otherwise indicated)

SummerFest 2012 coaches include: Jeffrey Kahane, Jon Kimura Parker, members of the Tokyo String Quartet, Carter Brey, Paul Neubauer, Cho-Liang Lin, Gary Hoffman and John Bruce Yeh. SummerFest 2012 Fellowship Artists are: Amphion String Quartet: Katie Hyun, David Southorn, violins; Wei-Yang Andy Lin, viola; Mihai Marica, cello and the Newbury Trio: Arianna Warsaw-Fan, violin; Meta Weiss, cello; Henry Kramer, piano. On August 10, 15, 17, 21, SummerFest performers will coach young musicians from the San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory. *A special extended Coaching Workshop of Baroque Techniques with Anthony Newman will take place on August 6 from 10 -11:30 AM. Please note the August 13 session will be closed to the public for a private donor event. Visit www.LJMS.org in late July for a complete listing of coaches. During the Festival the website will reflect any updates or changes to the schedule.

ENCOUNTERS

free TO THE PUBLIC

Thursday, August 9 · 2:50 - 4:15 PM Special Guest: Marc-André Dalbavie Yura Lee, Paul Neubauer, Felix Fan and Jeremy Denk rehearse the World Première of Marc-André Dalbavie’s Piano Quartet. Saturday, August 11 · 10:20 - 12 PM Special Guest: Martin Beaver Tokyo String Quartet and Jeremy Denk rehearse Elgar’s Piano Quintet in A Minor. Monday, August 13 · 2:50 - 4:30 PM Special Guest: John Novacek Yura Lee and John Novacek rehearse Schubert’s Fantasy in C Major. Thursday, August 16 · 3:50 - 5 PM Special Guest: Cho-Liang Lin Cho-Liang Lin, Michelle Kim, James Dunham, Toby Hoffman and Carter Brey rehearse Beethoven’s String Quintet in C Major.

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Saturday, August 18 · 12:50 - 2 PM Special Guest: Deborah Hoffman

Thursday, August 9 · 12:30 - 2 PM Composer’s Forum

Deborah Hoffman and the Amphion String Quartet rehearse Caplet’s Conte Fantastique.

Free Admission ∙ Limited Seating

Thursday, August 16 · 12:30 - 2 PM Schubert and the Transformation of Song Thursday, August 23 · 12:30 - 2 PM Forging a Concert Career

ST. JAMES BY-THE-SEA

Monday, August 20 · 1:20 - 2:30 PM Special Guest: Carter Brey Philippe Quint, Carter Brey, Inon Barnatan rehearse Schubert’s Piano Trio No.1 in B-flat Major.

PRELUDES

Free Admission with Purchased Concert Ticket

Pre-Concert Activities prior to each Performance. Ticket holders are invited to arrive early to hear musical and historical insights to enhance their concert-going experience. These programs include interviews with SummerFest artists, lectures and musical performances on August 3, 7, 10, 12, 19 and 22. Look for more information about Preludes with each performance listing!

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TUE. JULY 31

WED. AUG. 1 COACHING WORKSHOPS

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

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SUMMERFEST Under the Stars 7:30 PM

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10 - 11:30 AM

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COACHING WORKSHOPS

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WED. AUG. 8 COACHING WORKSHOPS

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

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PRELUDE 2 PM 1

BAROQUE MASTERWORKS 3 PM

PRELUDE 6:30 PM

ST. JAMES BY-THE-SEA 2

SCHUBERT I A Journey Through Time 7:30 PM

MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM

SUN. AUG. 12

MON. AUG. 13 TUE. AUG. 14 COACHING WORKSHOPS

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

LA JOLLA RIFORD LIBRARY

TOKYO STRING QUARTET

AN EVENING WITH BRANFORD MARSALIS 7:30PM

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WED. AUG. 15 COACHING WORKSHOPS

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

LA JOLLA RIFORD LIBRARY

2:50 - 4:30 PM

With John Novacek

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3 PM

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PRELUDE 6:30 PM 2

SCHUBERT II Soirée Musicale 7:30 PM

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SUN. AUG. 19

MON. AUG. 20 TUE. AUG. 21

COACHING WORKSHOPS

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

LA JOLLA RIFORD LIBRARY

2

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OPEN REHEARSAL

PRELUDE 2 PM 2

PRELUDE 6:30 PM

PRELUDE 2 PM

OPEN REHEARSAL

A FAMILY AFFAIR

With Carter Brey

1

AN EVENING WITH IGUDESMAN & JOO 7:30 PM

MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM

WED. AUG 22

COACHING WORKSHOPS

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

LA JOLLA RIFORD LIBRARY

1:20 - 2:30 PM

MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM

3 PM

PRELUDE 6:30 PM

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SCHUBERT III Freunde und Freude 7:30 PM

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PRELUDE 6:30 PM

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PRELUDE 6:30 PM 2

THE COMPLETE BRAHMS TRIOS 7:30 PM

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THUR. AUG. 2

COACHING WORKSHOPS

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

LA JOLLA RIFORD LIBRARY

FRI. AUG. 3

SAT. AUG. 4

COACHING WORKSHOPS

1

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

EVENT KEY

LA JOLLA RIFORD LIBRARY

2

PRELUDE 6:30 PM 1

OPENING NIGHT 7:30 PM

THUR. AUG. 9

COACHING WORKSHOPS

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

LA JOLLA RIFORD LIBRARY

PRELUDE 6:30 PM 2

TAN DUN’s WATER PASSION 7:30 PM

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MANDELL WEISS THEATRE

FRI. AUG. 10

SAT. AUG. 11

COACHING WORKSHOPS

OPEN REHEARSAL

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

10:20 - 12 PM

LA JOLLA RIFORD LIBRARY

With Martin Beaver

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ENCOUNTER 12:30 - 2 PM Composer’s Forum

ATHENAEUM MUSIC & ARTS LIBRARY

PERFORMANCE

TICKETS: $75 | $50

PERFORMANCE

TICKETS: $65 | $45

COACHING WORKSHOP ENCOUNTER OPEN REHEARSAL PRELUDE free See pg 17 for TO THE PUBLIC

more information about our other free events.

OPEN REHEARSAL 2:50 - 4:15 PM

With Marc-André Dalbavie

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2

White Nights

PRELUDE 6:30 PM

SUMMERFEST GALA 6 PM

COMMISSIONS AND PREMIÈRES

JEAN & GARY SHEKHTER HOME

7:30 PM

MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM

THUR. AUG. 16 FRI. AUG. 17 COACHING WORKSHOPS

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

ENCOUNTER 12:30 - 2 PM Schubert and the Transformation of Song

LA JOLLA RIFORD LIBRARY

SAT. AUG. 18

COACHING WORKSHOPS

10 - 11 AM ∙ 11 - 12 PM

LA JOLLA RIFORD LIBRARY

OPEN REHEARSAL

LA JOLLA MUSIC SOCIETY BOX OFFICE

With Deborah Hoffman

El Patio Building, Ste. 116 7946 Ivanhoe Ave., La Jolla

12:50 - 2 PM

ST. JAMES BY-THE-SEA

ATHENAEUM MUSIC & ARTS LIBRARY

ATHENAEUM MUSIC & ARTS LIBRARY

OPEN REHEARSAL 3:50 - 5 PM

PRELUDE 6:30 PM

With Cho-Liang Lin

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ADDRESSES

2

BEETHOVEN The Other Masterpieces 7:30 PM

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THUR. AUG. 23 FRI. AUG. 24

PRELUDE 6:30 PM 1

AN EVENING WITH PABLO ZIEGLER 7:30 PM

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SAT. AUG. 25

1008 Wall St., La Jolla

ELLEN BROWNING SCRIPPS PARK (LA JOLLA COVE) 1150 Coast Blvd., La Jolla

LA JOLLA PLAYHOUSE’S MANDELL WEISS THEATRE 2910 La Jolla Village Dr., La Jolla

LA JOLLA RIFORD LIBRARY

ENCOUNTER 12:30 - 2 PM Forging a Concert Career

7555 Draper Ave., La Jolla

ATHENAEUM MUSIC & ARTS LIBRARY

PRELUDE 6:30 PM SPECIAL SCREENING Downtown Express 7:30 PM

free TO THE PUBLIC

MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM

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SUMMERFEST FINALE 7:30 PM

MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM 700 Prospect St., La Jolla

ST. JAMES BY-THE-SEA 743 Prospect St., La Jolla

MCASD SHERWOOD AUDITORIUM

858.459.3728

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7946 Ivanhoe Ave. La Jolla, CA 92037

Non Profit Org. U.S. Postage

PA I D Permit #515 San Diego, CA

Outdoor Concert free SUMMERFEST Under the Stars TO THE PUBLIC TUESDAY, JULY 31 · 7:30 PM · SCRIPPS PARK (LA JOLLA COVE)

Music Director Cho-Liang Lin leads SummerFest musicians in a program of Tchaikovsky, Gershwin, Bach and Debussy with special guest San Diego Youth Symphony’s International Youth Symphony, conducted by Jeff Edmons.

TICKET INFORMATION: 858.459.3728

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