Rocky Mountain Power Community Concert

Rocky Mountain Power Community Concert

Date

Sep 06 2021

Time

2:00 pm

Cost

Free
Old City Park

Location

Old City Park
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  • Event Description
  • Artists & Program
  • Important Details

The variety of music on this free, kid-friendly program reflects the many styles and genres of music you can experience at the MMF. Percussionist/composer Andy Akiho’s avant-garde 21 is based on Bach’s G minor Fugue. Chopin evokes Polish Nationalism’s formal elegance in the salons of Paris. Guitarist Jason Vieaux plays Pat Metheny’s latest work for solo guitar. And soprano Corinne Winters gives us selections from the American Songbook. This year, MMF returns to Old City Park providing beautiful shade trees, free parking, and plenty of room to spread out on the lawn.

Thanks to our sponsor Rocky Mountain Power for their continued support!

Artists & Program

Artists:

Program:

  • Corinne Winters, soprano
  • Matt Munisteri, guitar
  • Jason Vieaux, guitar
  • Ayano Ninomiya, violin
  • Nicholas Canellakis, cello
  • Andy Akiho, percussion, composer
  • Ian Rosenbaum, percussion
  • Michael Barrett, piano
  • Michael Brown, piano

J.S. Bach:  Fugue in G Minor, BWV 578 (“Little Fugue”)

Andy Akiho:  21

George Gershwin:  Someone to Watch Over Me

Kurt Weill:  “One Life To Live” from Lady in the Dark

Frederick Loewe:  “I Could Have Danced All Night” from My Fair Lady

Frédéric Chopin:  Introduction and Polonaise brillante, in C major, Op. 3

Pat Metheny:  Four Paths of Light

Important Details

Concert Location: Old City Park, in Spanish Valley, at the intersection of Old City Park and Murphy Lane
Seating begins:1:00 pm.

Performance: 2:00 – 3:30 pm. End time may vary.

This concert is outdoors, on 21 lush acres of lawn, partially shaded by mature trees.

Tickets are required to this free event. All seating is assigned in advance, when you register for your tickets.

Children are welcome and must remain with their parents. Please monitor your children.

No pets allowed, per City of Moab restrictions.

MMF pandemic safety protocols are in place, with masks required during portions of the event. Safety protocol updates will be emailed to ticket holders in the week before the event.

Patrons with accessibility concerns please visit our accessibility page for information and a form you may use to alert us, in a timely manner, of any requests you may have.

Free parking is available next to the park.

Bring a blanket, or camp chair to relax on the lawn. Some folding chairs are available.

Dress for the outdoors. Sunscreen recommended. Some seating areas are shaded.

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

Picnics welcome. Pre-packaged snacks and cool, non-alcoholic beverages are available for purchase. Cash only. All proceeds to benefit local student music programs.
This is a free event.

Tickets are limited. Please register only for the actual number of people who will attend.

Tickets are non-transferable.

Program and artists are subject to change without notice.

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