Avalon Theatre Performances
June 12
June 19
Area Performances
June 7 $25 Trinity Cathedral, Easton
June 9 $25 Academy Art Museum, Easton
June 11 $25 Oxford Community Center, Oxford
June 13 $30 St. Paul’s Church, Centreville
June 14 $851 The Talbot Country Club, Easton
June 16 $25 Trinity Cathedral, Easton
June 18 $25 Academy Art Museum, Easton
June 20 $25 St. Michaels High School theater
June 21 $1502 Angels Concert and reception
Festival 30 Subscriptions
All subscriptions include choice of orchestra or mezzanine seating at the Avalon Theatre, subject to availability Price Price
Festival 30 Subscription (admission to all Festival 30 events) $4953
Week One All-event Subscription (admission to all events from June 7 through June 14) $2301
Week Two All-event Subscription (admission to all events from June 16 through June 21) $2652
Week One Selected events (admission to all events from June 7 through June 13) $145
Week Two Selected events (admission to all events from June 16 through June 20) $115
Avalon Subscription (admission to Avalon Theatre events on June 12 and June 19) $80

1 - $35 tax deductible (includes reception with wine and hors d’oeuvres)
2 - $100 Tax deductible
3 - $135 tax deductible

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2015 Festival Events


Sunday, June 7 at 5:30 PM
Artist Showcase I
Diane Walsh (Piano)
Christ Church, Easton

Tuesday, June 9 at 5:30 PM
Artist Showcase II
Carmit Zori (violin), Robert McDonald (Piano), Peter Stumpf (Cello), Diane Walsh (Piano)
Academy Art Museum, Easton

Wednesday, June 10 at 10:00 AM
Open Rehearsal (free to the public)
Academy Art Museum, Easton

Thursday, June 11 at 5:30 PM
Artist Showcase III
Robert McDonald (piano), Daniel Phillips (violin/viola), Dimitri Murrath (viola), Marcy Rosen (cello)
Oxford Community Center, Oxford

Friday, June 12 at 8:00 PM
Avalon Theatre, Easton
Joseph Haydn
Symphony No. 102 in B-flat Major (The Miracle), Hob. I:102, Arr. J. P. Salomon
Leoš Janáček
Concertino for Piano, two Violins, Viola, Clarinet, French Horn and Bassoon
Ludwig van Beethoven
Septet in E-flat Major, Op. 20

Saturday, June 13 at 4:00 PM
St. Paul’s Church, Centreville
Franz Danzi
Quintet in A Major, Op. 68, No. 1
Katherine Murdock
Postcards from the Center
Theodor Blumer
Wind Quintet, Op. 52
Richard Strauss
Till Eulenspiegel Einmal Anders! Arr. Franz Hasenöhrl for Violin, Bass, Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn

Sunday, June 14 at 4:00 PM
The Talbot Country Club, Easton
Wolfgang Mozart
Piano Trio in B-Flat, Major, K.502
Tyson Street
Adagio for Oboe, String Quartet, Bass
Johannes Brahms
String Sextet in B-Flat Major, Op. 18


Daniel Phillips, Violin/Viola
Robin Scott, Violin
Carmit Zori, Violin
Dimitri Murrath, Viola
Marcy Rosen, Cello
Peter Stumpf, Cello
Anthony Manzo, Bass
Tara Helen O’Connor, Flute
Peggy Pearson, Oboe
J. Lawrie Bloom, Clarinet
Adrian Morejon, Bassoon
David Jolley, French Horn
Diane Walsh, Piano
Robert McDonald, Piano



Tuesday, June 16 at 5:30 PM
Artist Showcase IV
J. Lawrie Bloom (Clarinet), Steven Tenenbom (Viola), Diane Walsh (Piano)
Trinity Cathedral, Easton

Wednesday, June 17 at 10:00 AM
Open Rehearsal (free to the public)
Academy Art Museum, Easton

Thursday, June 18 at 5:30 PM
Artist Showcase V
Ieva Jokubaviciute (Piano), Catherine Cho (Violin), Todd Phillips (Violin), Steven Tenenbom (Viola), Rebecca Albers (Viola), Marcy Rosen (Cello), Edward Arron (Cello), Peggy Pearson (Oboe)
Academy Art Museum, Easton

Friday, June 19 at 8:00 PM
Avalon Theatre, Easton
Wolfgang Mozart
Piano Quartet in E-Flat Major, K.493
Roger Zare
“New Horizons” (Commission for Festival 30)
Antonín Dvořák
Piano Trio in f minor, Op. 65
Ieva Jokubaviciute, Catherine Cho, Marcy Rosen

Saturday, June 20 at 5:30 PM
Concert: “A Celebration in C”
St. Michael’s High School Theater, St. Michaels
Wolfgang Mozart
Viola Quintet in C Major, K.515
Franz Schubert
Cello Quintet in C Major, D. 956, Op. Posth

Sunday, June 21 at 4:00 PM
Angels Concert
Location to be announced
Joseph Haydn
Quartet in G Major, Op. 54 No. 1 (arr. Pearson)
Emil Hartmann
Serenade Op. 24 for Clarinet, Cello and Piano
Aram Khachaturian
Trio for Clarinet, Violin and Piano
Franz Schubert
Allegro in A minor, "Lebensstürme" D. 947


Catherine Cho, Violin
Todd Phillips, Violin
Steven Tenenbom, Viola
Rebecca Albers, Viola
Marcy Rosen, Cello
Edward Arron, Cello
J. Lawrie Bloom, Clarinet
Peggy Pearson, Oboe
Diane Walsh, Piano
Ieva Jokubaviciute, Piano
James Primosch, Composer
Roger Zare, Composer


(Additional works to be announced)

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