Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival Presents "The Power of Wind"

Save money - Order your tickets before June 30th
Timothy Gocklin is one of the talented artists performing in "The Power of Wind" series (Courtesy of the artist)

Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival (CCCMF), celebrating its 38th season as Cape Cod’s premiere presenter of summer chamber music presents The Power of Wind, on Friday, August 4, 7:30 pm at First Congregational Church, 200 Main Street, Wellfleet.  The concert is performed by a star-studded wind octet including Festival Artistic Directors Jon Manasse on clarinet, accompanied by Jon Nakamatsu on piano. 

Jon Manasse and Jon NakamatsuThe Power of Wind offers Wellfleet concert goers a first-of-season delight featuring works of Mendelssohn, Beethoven and a performance highlight - Mozart’s rarely performed Serenade in E-flat Major K. 375.  Artistic Directors Manasse and Nakamatsu have gathered some of the world’s finest wind virtuosi and four rising stars for this evening of revelation and excitement.  Instrumentalists selected for the program include Randall Ellis, oboe, Timothy Gocklin, oboe, Alec Manasse, clarinet, Eric Reed, horn, Eric Huckins, horn, Cynde Iverson, bassoon and Thomas English, bassoon.
 

Program:        FELIX MENDELSSOHN (1809 – 1847)    

Konzertstück No. 1 in F Minor for Clarinet, Bassoon and Piano, Opus 113

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN (1770 – 1827)

Quintet in E-flat Major for Piano, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon, Opus 16
Grave; Allegro ma non troppo
Andante cantabile
Rondo: Allegro ma non troppo

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756 – 1791)Tim Gocklin

Serenade (octet) in E-flat Major for 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets, 2 Horns and 2 Bassoons; K. 375
Allegro maestoso
Menuetto I; Trio I
Adagio
Menuetto II; Trio II
Finale: Allegro

CCCMF’s 38th summer season features 12 compelling concerts from August 1 through 25 at 7:30 pm in locations throughout the region. 

Tickets ordered on or before June 30: $34 general admission; $15 for college students (with ID); admission is free for attendees 18 and under. General admission to three or more concerts: $32 per ticket. Emerson String Quartet concert: $50 (whether individually purchased or as part of the three-concert package)

Tickets ordered on or after July 1: $38 general admission; $15 for college students (with ID); admission is free for attendees 18 and under. General admission to three or more concerts: $36 per ticket. Emerson String Quartet concert: $55 (whether individually purchased or as part of the three-concert package)

Special first-time ticket buyer’s price and a discounted ticket for the August 1 concert, if you are between the ages of 19 and 40, are available by calling Festival office.  

Festival seating is limited to venue capacity, advance purchase is recommended.  Tickets ordered online are available at will call at the performances.  Tickets may also be purchased by calling or visiting the box office at 508-247-9400 or at 3 Main Street Unit 6, North Eastham.  Box office hours are 10 am to 3 pm, Monday through Friday.  Phone and online ticket orders are available until 12 noon on the day of each concert.

Alec ManasseFor more information about Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival’s 2017 season, performers, mission and venues, visit capecodchambermusic.org, or follow Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival on Facebook and Twitter.            

Photos:  Courtesy, Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival

Top Right:  Randall Ellis

Second Right:  Festival Artistic Directors Jon Manasse and Jon Nakamatsu

Third Right:  Tim Gocklin

Fourth Right:  Alec Manasse

Bottom Right:  Eric Huckins

         


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