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Free Midday Mini-Concert: Dvořák’s American Quartet
July 21 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Midday Mini-Concerts: “pay what you wish” concerts lasting no longer than one hour that showcase Festival artists in a laid-back performance environment. These concerts will feature string quartets, violinist Nina Fan of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, UnClassical artists 9 Horses, and a family concert featuring pianist John Novacek performing the Francis Poulenc incidental music to the children’s story of Babar the Elephant.
Work by: Dvořák.
This July 17-29, 2018, Music Director Scott Yoo will lead a group of more than 50 visiting artists gathered from top orchestras and chamber ensembles from the United States and abroad in curated performances in scenic venues all over picturesque San Luis Obispo County. Yoo, conductor and violinist, also serves as Artistic Director of the Mexico City Philharmonic and the host of a PBS travel/music show in development called Now Hear This. Yoo curates and designs the festival’s programming, which this year focuses on the theme “Music Without Borders,” with an in-depth examination of composers who wrote music away from their native countries.
The Festival’s programming is made up of 30 events in 19 different venues. Subscription tickets are on sale through April 15. Individual tickets on sale April 16. Tickets may be ordered online at www.festivalmozaic.com or by calling 805/781-3009 or 877/881-8899.