Music Hike II

Music Hike II

Date

Sep 04 2022

Time

8:00 am

Cost

$70.00

Location

Moab Wilderness
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  • Event Description
  • Artists & Program
  • Important Details

A guided scenic hike leads adventuresome concert-goers to a secluded canyon to enjoy music chosen to fit the setting. Among our most popular events, these scenic hikes offer unparalleled musical intimacy and engagement with the artists.

Concert Description: Violist and composer Jessica Meyer leads a quintet in two of her engaging works for strings, including double bass. Native American composer and vocalist Martha Redbone sings from her catalog of latest songs, and Taiwanese composer Shih-Hui Chen’s ephemeral music for solo violin anchors this concert of today’s music.

Artists & Program

Artists:

Program:

  • Martha Redbone, vocalist, composer
  • Jesse Mills, violin
  • Aubree Oliverson, violin
  • Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, violin
  • Jessica Meyer, viola, composer
  • Robert Burkhart, cello
  • Tanya Tomkins, cello
  • Robert Black, bass
Johann Sebastian Bach: Suite in G major, BWV 1007

Jessica Meyer: Slow Burn, Getting Home

Krzysztof Penderecki: Cadenza for Solo Violin

Shih-Hui Chen: Fantasia on the Theme of Plum Blossoms I. Fantasia

Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson: Louisiana Blues Strut 

Kevin Puts: Arches

Martha Redbone: Appalachian Folk Songs and Blues     

   

Important Details

Check-In Location: Margaret L. Hopkin Middle School, 439 S 100 E, in Moab

Concert location: Undisclosed location. Scenic, outdoor, wilderness setting.

Check in time: 7:30 am

Shuttle Bus Departure: 8:00 am

Expected Return: 1:00 pm. End time may vary.

Ages 12 and above.

This hike requires a moderate level of stamina, agility, and comfort with uneven footing and exposure to sun and other environmental factors.

No pets allowed.

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Free parking at check-in; no private vehicles allowed at the trailhead.

Comfortable outdoor clothing for a desert environment is recommended. Hiking/trail shoes are required. Hiking poles are welcome. Sunscreen and a hat are recommended.

The hike portion of this event is in partnership with Canyonlands Field Institute.

Please arrive with your water bottles full and hydrate throughout the day.

Pack a trail snack, if desired.

Adults: $70

Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Program, artists and locations are subject to change without notice.

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