Winterlude 2017

  

WINTERLUDE 2017 Schedule of FREE Public Concerts:

Wednesday, February 8 • Concert at Dead Horse Point State Park Visitor Center, 12 pm       45-minute indoor concert, light lunch & optional guided 1mi. trail walk (weather                     permitting). Free event, including park entry. Free shuttle (optional) leaves Swanny City         Park 11am, returns by 3pm. Concert and shuttle seating limitedReserve  both:                    435.259.7003. 

Friday, February 10 • KZMU Community Radio, 90.1 & 106.7 FM, kzmu.org, 2:30 pm               Live interview and performances from 2:30-3:30 pm with guests Hasse Borup and Kasia      Sokol-Borup. Host, Christy Williams.

Friday, February 10 • Star Hall, 7 pm • Free Concert, $10 suggested donation.                          Presenting Hasse Borup, Michael Barrett, Leslie Tomkins, and the Michie                                  Graduate String Quartet, performing Beethoven and Mozart. Featuring                                     performance by BEACON and Grand County Strings students. 

 
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 2nd annual Winterlude, a week of education and community outreach events and public concerts in partnership with the University of Utah School of Music. Artists include internationally acclaimed violinists, Hasse Borup and Kasia Sokol-Borup, Festival founders, Michael Barrett and Leslie Tomkins, and the Michie Graduate String Quartet. Guest artists will lead four days of workshops for over 60 BEACON Moab String and Grand County String students, provide ongoing teacher training for Moab's music educators, perform a pop-up concert at Dead Horse Point State Park, appear on KZMU Community Radio, and conclude with a concert at Star Hall on Friday, February 10. All events are FREE with a recommended donation of $10 for the Friday evening concert, all proceeds of which benefit the MMF's Education & Community Outreach Program.

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