Winterlude 2018 Schedule — Concerts & Broadcast

  

Friday, February 9, Noon • KZMU Community Radio, 90.1 & 106.7 FM, kzmu.org  Tiny Station Concert                                                                                                   Fry Street Quartet performs live. Interviews with the quartet and physicist, Robert Davies, co-creator and narrator of The Crossroads Project.

Friday, February 9, 7 pm • Star Hall • Free, $10 suggested donation                                Fry Street Quartet & Student Showcase                                                  Culminating a week of Winterlude workshops with the Fry Street Quartet, Beacon and Grand County string students perform works for string ensemble. The Fry Street closes the evening with Bedřich Smetana's String Quartet No. 1. All ages welcome.

Saturday, February 10, 7 pm • Star Hall • $15 Adult, $5 (6–18) • Buy Tickets                The Crossroads Project: Rising Tide                                                              Grounded in science, elevated by art, The Crossroads Project: Rising Tide is a performance experience exploring nature, humanity, and the paths that lie before us, in pursuit of meaningful response. The Project features physicist Robert Davies and the Fry Street Quartet, with music by Haydn, Janacek, and Laura Kaminsky in a gripping, 75-minute multimedia performance. A "talk back" discussion immediately follows, with Fry Street musicians, Robert Davies, and local sustainability experts, Dr. Rosemarie Russo, Dr. Roslynn Brain McCann, and Resiliency Hub president, Jeff Adams. Click HERE for more information and to buy tickets. Ages 6 and up. 

 
Watch the Education & Community Outreach video (above) featuring the students, teachers, and guest artists of Winterlude 2016!

GENERAL INFORMATION:

The Moab Music Festival™ presents its 3rd annual Winterlude week of education and community outreach events and public concerts. Utah State University's quartet-in-residence, the Fry Street Quartet (Robert Waters, Rebecca McFaul, violin; Bradley Ottesen, viola; Anne Francis Bayless, cello) will lead four days of workshops for over 20 BEACON String Orchestra and Grand County String students. The quartet will also perform an assembly for Moab Charter School upper elementary students, provide in-class coaching to Grand County string students, give a Tiny Station Concert on KZMU Community Radio, and present two unique concerts at Star Hall, including a solo concert of The Crossroad Project: Rising Tide, with physicist, Robert Davies, narrator and project co-creator. Most events are FREE with a recommended donation of $10 for the Friday evening concert and $15 ticket for the Saturday evening concert: The Crossroads Project: Rising Tide ($5 ages 6-18). All event proceeds benefit the MMF Education & Community Outreach Program.
 
The MMF will also accept donations at the Saturday evening concert for Moab's grassroots organization, The Resiliency Hub, whose mission is to go beyond sustainability and "enhance well-being on the Colorado plateau by integrating infrastructure, ecosystems and economy by providing education and practical opportunities to rethink, retrofit, and regenerate our community." 

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