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Artists 2006 BHCMF

2006 reviews BHCMF





Oleg Timofeyev, guitar   •  Jeffrey Cohan, flute
George Shangrow, harpsichord and piano  •  Christine Rutledge, viola









2006 MOSTLY MOZART FESTIVAL
In celebration of Mozart's 250th birthday, the 2006 Black Hawk Chamber Music Festival explores the music of Mozart and other composers of the classical period on both modern and period instruments. Experience the Russian 7-string guitar of Mozart's time, works by composers whose music he encountered at home andduring his travels … and of course plenty of Mozart.'s own music

MOZART I: WUNDERKIND
     •  Friday, July 28, 2006 at 8:00 PM in Moline*
    
•  Saturday, July 29, 2006 at 8:00 PM in Iowa City*
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Pre-concert Lectures at 7:00 PM with George Shangrow: Mozart
A child prodigy like none other, this lad's depth of musical understanding while still in the single digits baffled important musical thinkers of his time, who tested his talents skeptically. We'll follow the Boy Wonder and his progress into (youthful!) maturity - and experience the music of contemporaries who influenced and impressed him such as Johann Christian Bach and Joseph Haydn, and Johann Sebastian Bach.


MOZART II: THE VIRTUOSO
     •  Sunday, July 30, 2006 at 3:00 PM in Moline*
     •  Monday, July 31, 2006 at 8:00 PM in Iowa City*
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Pre-concert Lecture at 2:00 PM in Moline and at 7:00 PM in Iowa City with Oleg Timofeyev: The Russian 7-String Guitar of Mozart's time
Virtuosos of the Russian 7-string guitar, who emerged during Mozart's lifetime, participated in a golden age of the guitar which continued through what might have been Mozart's prime had he not died at 35. This program follows Mozart's virtuoso spirit as it evolved through the guitar, the flute, the viola and the keyboard into the beginning of a new millennium - the 19th century.



















Concerts to be held at
First Congregational Church at 2201 - 7th Avenue in Moline
Congregational Church at 30 North Clinton Street in Iowa City
•  Suggested donation: $20  •
•  Students 18 years of age and under free with ticket holder!  •
For further information please call (866) 323-1631 or email bhcmf@aol.com
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~ site updated on June 24, 2006 ~