Music in the Meadow

Music in the Meadow

Date

Aug 28 2022

Time

5:30 pm

Cost

$100.00

Location

Moab Wilderness
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  • Event Description
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  • Important Details

Our newest outdoor venue is a secluded streamside meadow surrounded by red rock walls and dotted with cottonwood trees. The event includes great music in a memorable setting, refreshments, and light hors d’oeuvres.  

Concert Description: Music in concert with the landscape® describes the magic made by combining the red rock desert with pieces chosen especially for the surroundings. We can celebrate this spectacular new to us venue by performing two of our favorites. Mozart’s marvelous Duo for violin and viola, and Dvořák’s masterful Quintet for Strings. It’s one of the few pieces that incorporate the double bass, adding extra depth to the Czech national flavor that fills his music.

Artists & Program

Artists:

Program:

  • Ayano Ninomiya, violin
  • Ruben Rengel, violin 
  • LP How, viola
  • Leslie Tomkins, viola 
  • Tanya Tomkins, cello  
  • Robert Black, bass
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:  Duo for Violin and Viola in G major, K, 423

Antonín Dvořák:  String Quintet No. 2  in G major, op. 77

 

Important Details

Check-In & MMF Free Concert Shuttle Location: Margaret L. Hopkin Middle School (Grand County), 439 S 100 E, in Moab, Utah

Link to map for Check-In & Middle School

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

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

Check in time: 5:00 pm

Shuttle Departure: 5:15 pm

Shuttle returns immediately following the concert.

Ages 12 and above.

This event includes an optional short hike, which 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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Comfortable outdoor clothing for a desert environment is recommended. Hiking footwear is strongly recommended if you plan to participate in the optional hike. Hiking poles are welcome. Sunscreen and a hat are recommended.

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

Refreshments are provided at this concert.
Adults: $100

Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable.

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

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