TANNERY POND ANNOUNCES 2011 SEASON
21st ANNUAL TANNERY POND CONCERT SERIES OPENS ON MAY 28th UNDER CHRISTIAN STEINER'S ARTISTIC DIRECTION
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Under the artistic direction of celebrity photographer and concert pianist, Christian Steiner, the opening of the 21st Tannery Pond Concert Series will take place on Saturday, May 28 at 6:00 PM, followed by 6 events throughout the summer months.
This year's concerts will focus on the best of classical music of the last thousand years:
Bach, Schumann, Brahms, Beethoven, Debussy, Piazzolla, Dohnanyi, Xi Wang, Rebecca Clark, including an evening of American Music with the acclaimed soprano Christine Brewer. All concerts are held in a 311-seat authentic wooden Tannery building built by the Shakers in 1834 in the bucolic setting of the Berkshire Mountains.
Schedule of Concerts
Sat., May 28th/6:00 pm
Amerigo Trio (Glenn Dicterow, violin, Karen Dreyfus, viola, Inbal Segev, cello) with guest: Alon Goldstein, piano
Sat., June 11th/ 8:00pm
Andrés Diaz, cello and Wendy Chen, piano
Sat., July 2nd/8:00pm
Christine Brewer, soprano with Craig Rutenberg, piano
Sat., July 23rd/8:00 pm
Vassily Primakov, piano
Ilya Poletaev, piano;
Sat., September 3rd/8:00pm
Arabella Trio (Lorenz Gamma, violin, Jennifer Langham, cello, Ming Tsu, piano) with guest Christian Steiner, piano
Sat., September 17th/6:00 pm
Harlem String Quartet (Ilmar Gavilan, violin, Melissa White, violin, Juan Miguel Hernandez, viola, Paul Wiancko, cello) with guests Carter Brey, cello and Misha Dichter, piano
• Ticket prices for 2011 are as follows:
First Floor Tickets $30; Balcony Tickets $25.
7 Concert Subscription, First Floor - $175.00
7 Concert Subscription, Balcony - $140.00
4 Concert Subscription, First Floor -$105.00
4 Concert Subscription, Balcony - $85.00
Reservation and Information:
Tannery Pond Concerts,
PO Box 446,
New Lebanon, NY 12125
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Performances are held in the Tannery on the grounds of Mount Lebanon Shaker Village and Darrow School, New Lebanon, New York, one and a half miles east of the town center on route 20.
The Tannery Pond Concert Series is subsidized in part by a grant for The New York State Council on the Arts and other generous contributors.