2019 Baroque on Beaver Concert Schedule

July 26 through August 3

Schedule is subject to change without notice.

My North Tickets
*TICKETED EVENTS*
Baroque on Beaver uses MyNorthTickets as its provider for both Gala evening concerts
($60 for one ticket; $50 for two or more) and reserved seating ($10) for all other indoor Festival concerts.
A nominal processing fee will apply.
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Tickets for reserved seats will be sold at the door if available. Seats will be set aside for open
admission at each concert (except the Galas) and a minimum freewill
offering of $5 per person per concert is encouraged.
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A very limited number of Gala floor-seat tickets will be available for sale at McDonough’s Market.
2019 TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON.
To purchase, please visit www.baroqueonbeaver.org or www.MyNorthTickets.com, call (800) 836-0717, or visit MyNorth's Traverse City box office. The box office is open 9 AM to 5 PM weekdays except for major holidays at 125 Park Street, Traverse City, MI.

Friday July 26, 7:30pm - BI Community Center Auditorium
OPENING NIGHT GALA BENEFIT CONCERT
THE LINCOLN TRIO

Baroque on Beaver opens its 18th Season with the Grammy-nominated Lincoln Trio. Described by Strad Magazine as both “Sensational” and “Bewitching”, Gramophone Magazine salutes them as “Models of vibrancy and control”.  The celebrated trio is made up of Desirée Ruhstrat, violin, David Cunliffe, cello, and Marta Aznavoorian, piano.  www.lincolntrio.com

RECEPTION TO FOLLOW.
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Saturday July 27, 7:30pm - BI Community Center Auditorium
GALA BENEFIT CONCERT
JEEYOON KIM, piano

"She is simply a force of nature, one who lives for that special connection with a live audience." - Gordon Brown, KFSD San Diego

"...we would go to a recital by Ms. Kim for something else, something which today gets rarer and rarer:  an experience of shared feeling, of that impersonal intimacy that music can provide." - reviewer Paul Gudel on Jeeyoon's Carnegie Hall debut recital, December 2017.

Please join us for a spectacular evening of music with Ms. Kim and the Beaver Island Cultural Arts Association's 1927 Mason & Hamlin.  www.jeeyoonkim.com

RECEPTION TO FOLLOW.
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Sunday July 28
No scheduled performances.

Monday July 29, 4:30pm- Whiskey Point Lighthouse (weather permitting)
BRASS ON THE GRASS
The Metallurgy Brass Quintet plays popular favorites from the Great American Songbook, Broadway, and film. Bring your lawn chairs and a growler of your favorite beverage!
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Tuesday July 30, 7:30pm - CMU Biological Station
CHAMBER MUSIC ACROSS ERAS

Robert Nordling, conductor
Schumann's Piano Quintet Op. 44 with Jeeyoon Kim; Vivaldi's Concerto for Four Violins from L'estro armonico; Beethoven's Three Marches for Military Band; James Stephenson's Irish Suite.
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Wednesday July 31, 7:30pm - Holy Cross Church
THE FOUNDERS CONCERT: GRANT US PEACE
Kevin Simons, conductor; Sarah Todd, accompanist
With the Festival Chorus and Orchestra. Felix Mendelssohn's Verlieh uns Frieden, Giacomo Puccini's Requiem aeternam, Kurt Weill's Four Walt Whitman Songs.
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Thursday August 1, 2:00pm - Beaver Island Studio and Gallery
CHAMBER MUSIC AL FRESCO
Featuring the Donegal Bay Winds.
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Thursday August 1, 7:30pm BI Community School Gymnasium
PAPAS AND SONS
Robert Nordling, conductor; Jeeyoon Kim, piano
With the Festival Orchestra. Featuring Johann Sebastian Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 4; Wilhelm Friedemann Bach's Sinfonia in D minor; Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23 with Jeeyoon Kim; Haydn Symphony No. 104 ("London").
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Friday August 2, 2:00pm - BI Community School Gymnasium
KIDS IN KONCERT!

Robert Nordling, conductor
The kids are the stars! Join members of the Cummings Quartet, Festival Orchestra, and the students pf the Dorothy Gerber Strings Program for a fun-filled family concert.
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Friday August 2, 7:30pm - BI Community School Gymnasium
MOZART'S FAREWELL
Robert Nordling, conductor
The Festival Orchestra and Chorus perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's monumental Requiem, K. 626.
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Saturday August 3, 7:30pm - BI Community School Gymnasium
ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE
Robert Nordling, conductor; Peter Amster, narrator
With the Festival Orchestra and Chorus. A Shakespearean finale concert featuring William Walton's Henry V Suite, Felix Mendelssohn's Overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream, Ralph Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music and more.
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