McIntire Department of Music

The participants of the UVA Summer Chamber Music Workshop will give two concerts on Saturday, June 23rd. The concerts begin at 3:00pm and 7:30pm in Old Cabell Hall. Both concerts are free and open to the public. There will be performances of woodwind, piano and string Chamber ensembles, as well as works for chamber orchestra. The performances include works by Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Young, Resphighi, and . Highlights will be movements of the Barber Quartet for strings, including the famous "Adagio" movement used frequently as a film score, and selections from Mozart's Quintet for piano and winds, the work Mozart himself proclaimed to be his favorite piece that he composed. The focus of this week-long workshop is to develop musicianship skills which go "beyond the notes;" the listening, rhythmic, analytical and diplomatic skills that go into the making of quality chamber music. The workshop is open to qualified college, high and middle school students as well as adult amateur musicians. The students spend the week studying appropriately assigned repertoire in detail with faculty members including: David Sariti, violin; Johanna Beaver, viola; Lisa Wright, cello; Peter Spaar, bass; Kate Tamarkin, conductor; Mimi Tung, piano; and Ibby Roberts, bassoon. Click here for more information about the Summer Chamber Music Workshop

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Last Modified: Monday, 28-Jul-2008 23:30:02 EDT
112 Old Cabell Hall, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Departmental Information: (434) 924-3052
Cabell Hall Box Office: (434) 924-3984