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Salon Concert to Feature Cello Duo
August 7, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
Thrilling, live chamber music performances are returning to the White Lake area! From August 5 – 13, the 14th annual White Lake Chamber Music Festival will present an impressive array of exceptional performances! Excellent programming, world-class artists, and inspiring classical music performances will take place in the White Lake area. What once was mostly found only in metropolitan cities, is now a yearly experience in the White Lake area.
Daily 4:00 PM Salon Concerts are among the no-cost events of the week held in the comfortable and casual atmosphere of the Book Nook and Java Shop (8744 Ferry St., Montague).
Saturday, August 5 – A Student Recital featuring students of area violin and piano instructors
Monday, August 7 – 2 Cellos: Erin Wang and Saul Richmond-Rakerd
Tuesday, August 8 – Cello & Piano Recital: Marina Hoover, cello and Andrea Swan, piano
Wednesday, August 9 – Clarinet and Piano Recital: Sergey Gutorov, clarinet and Andrea Swan, piano
Thursday, August 10 – Classical Guitar: Brian Morris and Jon Marshall, guitar
Friday, August 11 – Bayberry Quartet: Mozart Quartets
Saturday, August 12 – 4 Hand Piano: Bryan Uecker and Steve Thielman
This year’s nine-day festival is packed with so many exciting offerings: daily evening concerts, no cost daily 4PM Salon Concerts at the Book Nook & Java Shop, a children’s concert, a children’s recital, meet and greets, an “Evening of Cabaret”, plus the Gala dinner. There will once again be the world’s greatest music wonderfully played, combined with the soft summer weather, beaches, and spectacular sunsets. All of this makes the White Lake Chamber Music Festival a vacation destination for an ever-growing audience from near and far.
The Festival is grateful for the generous support of individuals and businesses that makes it possible to bring great artists and great music to the White Lake area.
For a schedule of this year’s delightful Festival events, please visit www.whitelakemusic.org or call 231-329-3056 for more information.