The final concert of the 2015 LCCMF focuses on two substantial yet delightful Mozart pieces that deonstrate why he is still considered the master of wind textures. The 20th- century Hungarian Master György Ligeti provides chromatic relief with beauty, humor, and cacophony.
Mozart, Clarinet Trio in E-flat (Kegelstatt)
Ligeti, Six Bagatelles for wind quintet
Mozart, Wind Serenade in B-flat (Gran Partita)
Emi Ferguson, flute, Mary Lynch and Frank Rosenwein, oboes, Jose Franch-Ballester and Carol McGonnell, clarinets, Paul Demers and Romie de Guise-Langlois, basset horns, Daniel Matsukawa and William Short, bassoons, Katherine Jordan, Richard King, Jennifer Montone, and Eric Ruske, horns, Wenting Kang, viola, Joseph Conyers, double bass, and Kit Armstrong, piano
Pre-Concert talk at 2:15pm.
Meet-the-Artist discussion and reception immediately after the concert.
Elley-Long Music Center, 223 Ethan Allen Avenue, Colchester, VT.
Tickets available through the Flynn Box Office, 802-86-FLYNN, and online www.flynntix.org
Pricing: $30 adults / $15 under 18