Performances

Attend a public concert.

The Chosen Vale International Trumpet Seminar, 2017

All concerts to be held at the Mary Keene Chapel. Enfield, NH

Tuesday, June 20 at 8:00

Musical Mirrors

(Pre-concert talk with Director Edward Carroll at 7:30)

Gabriel Cassone and Clément Saunier, with Rebecca Wilt

Music by Campo, Rabe, Henze, Donatoni, Verdi, Fantini, and Viviani

Saturday, June 24 at 8:00

Trumpet Calls

(Pre-concert talk with Director Edward Carroll at 7:30)

Edward Carroll, Gabriele Cassone, participants, and ensembles

Music by J. S. Bach, von Suppé, Arnold, and others

Friday, June 30 at 8:00

20/20 Foresight

(Pre-concert talk with Director Edward Carroll at 7:30)

Marco Blaauw, Markus Stockhausen, Edward Carroll, participants, and ensembles

Music by Wylkynson, Menut, and others

Saturday, July 1 at 4:00

CONCERT #4 Everybody Loves Difficult Music

(Pre-concert talk with Director Edward Carroll at 3:30)

Closing concert of the twelfth annual Chosen Vale International Trumpet Seminar, with Stephen Burns, Edward Carroll, participants, and ensembles

Music by Gabrieli, Rossini, DeJarnette and others

The Chosen Vale International Percussion Seminar, 2017

All concerts to be held at the Mary Keene Chapel. Enfield, NH

Friday, July 7 at 8:00

Opening Concert

(pre-concert talk with Director Edward Carroll and Doug Perkins at 7:30)

Music by Chosen Vale favorites Johanna Beyer, Caroline Shaw, and Jason Treuting, and a world premiere by CV 2017 faculty member, Tim Feeney

Saturday, July 8 at 8:00

Resonance

(pre-concert talk with Director Edward Carroll and Doug Perkins at 7:30)

A celebration of textures and unexpected sonic combinations, featuring a rare performance of Stefon Gervasoni’s Bleu Juqu’au Blanc, new pieces by Paul Lansky, Kyle Krause, and more.

Friday, July 14 at 8:00

Chosen Vale Composers

(pre-concert talk with Director Edward Carroll and Doug Perkins at 7:30)

Music by 2017 composer-in-residence Tristan Perich, as well as new pieces and performances by Lesley Flanigan, Michael Burritt, and Ivan Trevino.

Saturday, July 15 at 4:00

Finale Concert

(pre-concert talk with Director Edward Carroll and Doug Perkins at 3:30)

We close this year’s seminar with two classics. The concert will open with Lou Harrison’s Suite and close with a full performance of Steve Reich’s Drumming prepared by Steve Reich expert and founding percussionist of Steve Reich and Musicians, Russell Hartenberger.

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