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Beethoven Festival Autumn Classics Concerts in Park City

Published October 3, 2012 4:52 pm
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I hope y'all aren't tired of Beethoven yet.

The Beethoven Festival Autumn Classics Concerts will be held October 5, 6 and 7, and the roster for the week will feature former Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition winner Michael Gurt, along with violinist Monte Belknap, violist Leslie Harlow, clarinetist Russell Harlow and cellist Julie Bevan.

Here is the schedule:Beethoven Festival Autumn Classics ConcertsFriday October 5, 7:30 p.m. Park City Community Church - Music of Mussorgsky, Beethoven and Mozart; Tickets Available at the Door: $20 Reg/$15 for Students/Seniors 62+

Saturday, October 6, 6:30 p.m. Salon Concert in a Private Homel Tickets $50 per person, call 435-649-5309 or email lharlow01@comcast.net for information and reservations

Sunday, October 7, 3 p.m. Temple Har Shalom - Music of Prokofiev, Faure and Debussy; Tickets Available at the Door: $20 Reg/$15 for Students/Seniors 62+

The concerts are appropriate for audiences 9 years and older, and audience dress is generally anything from casual to formal. No babes in arms, please. As part of the Festival, the artists will also perform for Classical 89 Radio's "Highway 89" for future broadcast. The Beethoven Festival is a project of the non-profit Park City Chamber Music Society and is Utah's oldest classical music festival.

The Festival website is http://www.beethovenfestivalparkcity.com/




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