Available for on-demand viewing through February 27
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein conducts a string quintet orchestration of Mozart’s famous Piano Concerto No. 21, with the lovely second movement memorably used in the film, Elvira Madigan. The richly diverse evening opens with two sentimental beauties by American trailblazer, Scott Joplin, and concludes with the iconic Mendelssohn Octet.
Simone Dinnerstein, piano
MOZART/LACHNER Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467
MENDELSSOHN Octet for Strings for E-flat Major, Op. 20
Boulder Phil will stream concert with pianist Simone Dinnerstein Saturday (SharpsandFlatirons.com, 2/11/21)
Join your Phil for an evening of performance and perspective with one of the most sought-after clarinetists of today. As principal clarinetist of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Saito Kinen Orchestra, and Mito Chamber Orchestra, Ricardo Morales performs and teaches around the world. We are excited to welcome Mr. Morales, whose playing has been described as “exquisite” and having “the lyricism and breath control of a fine opera singer.”
Hosted by Michael Butterman
Zoom login information will be shared with ticket purchasers
Make It A Party!
Our catering sponsor, Three Leaf Concepts, can deliver* hors d’oeuvres and a cocktail mixer to your home in time for the event. *Delivery to Boulder, Louisville, and Lafayette residents only. Others may pick up at Zucca, 808 Main Street, in Louisville.
Angel Falls Herbal Iced Tea with Strawberry Lemon Twist
Individual Boxed Appetizers
Pepper Steak Canapé with Horseradish Cream Served on Cucumber Round
Apricot Deviled Eggs
Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus with Lemon Aioli
Mini Artichoke Pockets – Artichokes, Cheese, Herbs, Garlic, Baked in a Puff Pastry Purse
Lemon Bars & Brownie
Support your Phil and experience music in an intimate virtual setting through this unique series of fundraising events. Each Event of Note features a short recital by one of our exhilarating guest artists and an interactive discussion moderated by Michael Butterman. You may choose to add a delightful assortment of hors d’oeuvres and a cocktail mixer delivered to your home.
March 1, 3 & 6 at 5:30 PM MT
This course explores the role of several cities – Venice, London, Paris and Vienna – in the development of musical style and practice. (3 sessions)
Classes will be offered via Zoom and will be available to watch on-demand on Vimeo for registered participants for 2 weeks after the streaming date.
- Cost is $25 per course (per household)
- Silver and Gold Baton Members receive access for free – see registration link below
- Standard Members get 10% off
Purchase access through the PayPal links below. You’ll receive a registration email containing Zoom link info shortly.
Register for Location, Location, Location Course:
Register for 3 Phil Learning Center Courses:
ATTENTION Silver and Gold Baton Members – register here to attend this course for free.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing a Zoom link for accessing the course.
Cello-bration! A night for cello lovers, featuring a unique double-cello work along with Schumann’s moving Cello Concerto reimagined for chamber forces as the composer had planned to do, but did not live to complete. The program also includes a charming triple-violin work by the Phil’s own Paul Trapkus and concludes with Wagner’s sublime Siegfried Idyll – a musical love letter to his wife, Cosima.
Michael Butterman, conductor
Zuill Bailey, cello
DEBUSSY/SCHOENBERG Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun
SCHUMANN/LASSER Cello Concerto in A minor, Op. 129
Zuill Bailey, cello
TRAPKUS Trio for 3 Violins
SOLLIMA Violencelles, Vibrez!
Zuill Bailey, cello
Charles Lee, cello
WAGNER Siegfried Idyll
A pre-concert discussion will be held via Zoom at 7 PM. This event premieres on March 13 and will be available for on-demand viewing until March 27.BUY NOW
Purchase a digital membership – 3 concerts now only $75!