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Summer Festival’s remaining concerts

“Chamber Gems of the Ages,” tonight at 8 Pianist Timothy Durkovic plays Jacob’s “Swansea Town,” Bizet’s “Quintet” from “Carmen,” Beethoven’s “Piano Quintet in E flat Major” and Borodin’s “Piano Quintet in C minor.” At Peace Lutheran Church.

“Principal Artists of the Festival Orchestra,” Saturday at 8 p.m. Principal artists of the MIM Festival Orchestra and pianist Timothy Durkovic play works including Mozart’s “Eine Kleine Nacht Musik,” Britten’s “Phantasy for Oboe & Strings” and Bottesini’s “Concerto No. 2 for Double Bass” with guest soloist William Everett. At Peace Lutheran Church.

“European Symphonies,” Tuesday at 8 p.m. Festival Orchestra performs Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Five Variants of “Dives and Lazarus,” Franz Joseph Haydn’s “Symphony No. 95” and Felix Mendelssohn’s “Symphony No. 3 Scottish.” At the Festival Center.



“KinderKonzert,” Wednesday at noon. A shortened and free concert for children under 12 and their adult guests. Outside.

“Concerto for Piano,” June 25 at 8 p.m. Festival Orchestra with pianist Bryan Wallick will perform Schumann’s “Piano Concerto,” Deussen’s “Assent to Victory,” Mozart’s “Symphony No. 39” and Schubert’s “Overture in the Italian Style.” At the Festival Center.




“Jazz in the Pines,” June 26 at 7:30 p.m. The Festival Orchestra is joined by the New Black Eagle Jazz Band. Outside.

“Bach, Beethoven & Grant,” June 27 at 2 p.m. Guest soloists Linus Eukel, Stephanie Johnson, Leanne Brand and Gary Aldrich along with the Music in the Mountains Festival Chorale and Orchestra present repertoire including J.S. Bach’s “Cantata No. 80” and Nevada City composer Jerry Grant’s “Rejoice.” At the Festival Center.

“Sassy and Saxy” June 30 at 8 p.m. Geordie Frazer on saxophone and soprano Kerry Walsh with the Festival Orchestra share Mozart’s “Symphony No. 29 in A Major,” Ibert’s “Concertino da Camera for Saxophone and Small Orchestra” and Canteloube’s “Chants d’Auvergne.” At the Festival Center.

“Orchestra Stars,” July 2 at 8 p.m. The Festival Orchestra with Robin Mayforth on violin, Jane Lenoir on flute, Neil Tatman on oboe, Tom Rose on clarinet and Carla Wilson on bassoon, will perform works of Thais’ “Massenet Meditation,” Vaughan Williams’ “The Lark Ascending,” Nielsen’s “Little Suite for Strings,” Nevada County composer Mark Vance’s world premiere of “Concerto for Winds,” Grieg’s “Elegiac Melodies & Norwegian Airs” and Mozart’s “Don Giovanni Overture.” At the Festival Center.

“Happy Birthday, USA,” July 3 at 7:30 p.m. Patriotic celebration features the Festival Orchestra, Chorus and narration by Foothill Theatre Company’s Philip Charles Sneed. Includes songs of freedom, songs from the past, songs from the Civil War era, songs from “Tin Pan Alley” and Broadway. Outside.


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