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  • Bellingham Festival of Music | Homepage of the Bellingham Festival of Music
    Online Membership Join the Festival Individual Level Individual Membership Form pdf The Bellingham Festival of Music Education Outreach Fund Become a Sponsor Corporate Sponsorship Form pdf 80k Volunteer Volunteer Form pdf Visit Us in Bellingham News Festival Newsletters Notes from the Chair Festival Reviews Media Coverage Press Releases Our Sponsors Contact Us About Us About the Festival Beyond the Summer Season The Festival Year Round History of the Festival Board Staff of the Festival Home Subscribe to Festival Newsletters Announcement Emails Festival News 2016 Guest Artists Announced Click Here to See the Names and Performance Dates Festival Co Presents Roomful of Teeth Jan 27 Mark your calendars for the 2016 season July 1 17 2016 Follow the Festival on Facebook To stay up to date click HERE to sign up for Festival newsletters and announcements Click Here for a Taste of the 2015 Season Watch the Festival Orchestra on YouTube Beethoven Symphony No 7 4th movement Allegro con brio performed by the Bellingham Festival Orchestra under the direction of Michael Palmer The Bellingham Festival of Music is one of America s premier virtuoso orchestra festivals Each summer the Festival returns to Bellingham Washington to perform a repertoire of the finest

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  • Subscribe to our Newsletters
    The Festival Chorus About the Music 2014 Program Notes 2013 Program Notes 2012 Program Notes 2011 Program Notes 2010 Program Notes 2009 Program Notes 2008 Program Notes Audio Video Photo Galleries 2013 Photo Gallery 2012 Photo Gallery 2011 Photo Gallery 2010 Photo Gallery 2009 Photo Gallery 2008 Photo Gallery Get Involved Donate Online Membership Join the Festival Individual Level Individual Membership Form pdf The Bellingham Festival of Music Education Outreach Fund Become a Sponsor Corporate Sponsorship Form pdf 80k Volunteer Volunteer Form pdf Visit Us in Bellingham News Festival Newsletters Notes from the Chair Festival Reviews Press Releases Our Sponsors Contact Us About Us About the Festival History of the Festival Board Staff of the Festival Bellingham Festival of Music Subscribe to our mailing list required fields are marked red Email address Confirm your email address Preferred format for email messages Text HTML First Name Last Name Street Address City State Zip Country Phone Cell Phone Please select the newsletters you want to sign up to Festival Newsletter Email Newsletter Above the Staff Festival Announcements Receive email from the Festival containing news and announcements about our programs and sponsored events Unsubscribe Footer menu Skip to primary content Home Festival Events

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  • 2016 Guest Artists | Bellingham Festival of Music
    awards including the first Avery Fisher Award Mr Harrell plays a 1720 Montagnana He makes his home in Santa Monica CA Back to top Cho Liang Lin violin Cho Liang Lin violin performing July 5th Violinist Cho Liang Lin is lauded the world over for the eloquence of his playing and for the superb musicianship that marks his performances In a concert career spanning the globe for more than thirty years he is equally at home with orchestra in recital playing chamber music and in a teaching studio Mr Lin s concert engagements reflect his wide ranging musical activities Performing on several continents he appears as soloist with orchestras of Detroit Toronto Dallas Houston Nashville San Diego and Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra in Europe with the Bergen Philharmonic Stockholm Philharmonic Munich Philharmonic and the English Chamber Orchestra and in Asia with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Singapore Symphony Malaysia Philharmonic and Bangkok Symphony In recent seasons Mr Lin has expanded his orchestral engagements to include performances as both soloist and conductor He completed season long residencies with the Shanghai Symphony and with the Singapore Symphony which included engagements as soloist and conductor participating in chamber music and giving master classes In 2012 13 Mr Lin returns to play and conduct with the National Symphony Orchestra of Taiwan and the symphonies of Detroit San Antonio and Shanghai As an advocate for music of our time Mr Lin has enjoyed collaborations and premieres with composers such as Tan Dun Joel Hoffman John Harbison Christopher Rouse Esa Pekka Salonen Lalo Schifrin Paul Schoenfield Bright Sheng and Joan Tower An avid chamber musician Mr Lin appears at the Beijing Music Festival as well as his perennial appearances performing at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center the Aspen Music Festival and Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival As Music Director of La Jolla Music Society s SummerFest since 2001 Mr Lin has helped develop a festival that once focused primarily on chamber music into a multidiscipline festival featuring dance jazz and a burgeoning new music program commissioning composers as diverse as Chick Corea Stewart Copeland Leon Kirchner Christopher Rouse Wayne Shorter Kaija Saariaho and Gunther Schuller In Asia Mr Lin serves as Artistic Director of Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival and he was recently appointed Artistic Director of the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra s Youth Music Summer Camp where he also conducts performances and serves as a member of the string faculty Cho Liang Lin s extensive discography includes recordings for Sony Classical Decca Ondine Naxos and BIS His albums have won such awards as Gramophone s Record of the Year as well as two Grammy Award nominations His recordings reflect the breadth of his distinctive career including the standard violin concerti from Mozart to Stravinsky chamber music from Brahms to Ravel and contemporary music from Chen Yi to Christopher Rouse His most recent discs include Vivaldi s Four Seasons with Sejong and Anthony Newman violin works of Bright Sheng and Gordon Chin on Naxos and the First Violin Concerto by George Tsontakis on Koch Upcoming plans include recording a violin concerto by Joan Tower with the Nashville Symphony Born in Taiwan in 1960 Cho Liang Lin began his violin lessons when he was 5 years old with Sylvia Lee At the age of 12 he went to Sydney to continue his musical studies with Robert Pikler Inspired by an encounter with Itzhak Perlman while in Sydney he traveled to New York in 1975 to audition for Perlman s teacher the late Dorothy DeLay at the Juilliard School He was to study with Miss DeLay for six years At the age of nineteen Mr Lin made his New York debut at the Mostly Mozart Festival and soon thereafter with the New York Philharmonic and his concert career was launched In 2000 Musical America named Mr Lin its Instrumentalist of the Year He was invited to join the faculty of the Juilliard School in 1991 More recently he was appointed professor of violin at Rice University s Shepherd School of Music He plays the 1715 Titian Stradivarius Back to top Calidore String Quartet Calidore String Quartet Jeffrey Myers violin Ryan Meehan violin Jeremy Berry viola Estelle Choi cello performing July 7th and 9th One of the most exciting young ensembles to emerge on the chamber music scene in recent years the international prize winning Calidore String Quartet is noted for its fiery brilliance breadth of musicianship and palpable energy that engages audiences Formed at the Colburn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles in 2010 the Calidore String Quartet has presented recitals across the United States and Europe to great acclaim The Calidore String Quartet has been recognized by international juries for its technical mastery and compelling musicianship They have captured top prizes at the 2012 ARD Munich International String Quartet Competition and the 2012 Hamburg International Chamber Music Competition As a result the quartet s performances and interviews were broadcast on Bayerischer Rundfunk Munich and Norddeutscher Rundfunk Hamburg Furthermore the quartet was featured on German national television as part of a documentary produced by ARD public broadcasting Nationally the Calidore String Quartet has won the grand prize in major chamber music competitions including the 2011 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition the 2012 Coleman and Chesapeake International Chamber Music Competitions and the 2013 Yellow Springs National Chamber Music Competition Highlights of the quartet s 2012 13 season included their New York debut on the renowned Schneider Concert Series at Mannes College The New School for Music and a collaboration with the highly acclaimed Quatuor Ebène presented by the Colburn Chamber Music Society Other season engagements included a return to the Laguna Beach Music Festival an east coast tour with recitals throughout New York Virginia Maryland and Florida as well as numerous concerts in Southern California The quartet is currently a featured Young Artist in Residence with American Public Media s Performance Today During the summer of 2013 the Calidore String Quartet will make its debut at the

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  • Michael Palmer, Artistic Director | Bellingham Festival of Music
    Coverage Press Releases Our Sponsors Contact Us About Us About the Festival Beyond the Summer Season The Festival Year Round History of the Festival Board Staff of the Festival Bellingham Festival of Music The Musicians Michael Palmer Artistic Director Michael Palmer Artistic Director Michael Palmer Artistic Director Under Maestro Palmer s leadership the Festival has become an internationally recognized annual classical music event Photo Ted Lane Michael Palmer has held the post as artistic director of the Bellingham Festival of Music since 1993 Under his leadership the Festival has become internationally recognized and live recordings from its annual concerts have been heard across the United States on National Public Radio featuring some of the world s finest orchestral musicians and major guest artists Michael Palmer has long been considered one of this country s finest conductors His professional career began at age 21 when he was invited by Robert Shaw to become assistant conductor of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra where he was soon promoted to associate conductor After 10 years in Atlanta with ASO Palmer accepted the post of music director of the Wichita Symphony Orchestra in 1977 While at Wichita he also served as guest conductor of the Houston Symphony Orchestra 1978 1981 and was co principal guest conductor of the Denver Symphony Orchestra 1979 1982 From 1989 to 1997 Michael Palmer assumed the post of music director of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra In 1994 Carnegie Hall invited Palmer and the NHSO to perform in New York City as part of their esteemed Visiting Orchestras Series In 1991 Palmer founded the American Sinfonietta which toured Europe for ten years and served as the resident orchestra for the Bellingham Festival of Music Under his leadership they played to critical acclaim in major concert halls in Germany Austria and Switzerland

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  • Program for the 2016 Festival | Bellingham Festival of Music
    pdf 80k Volunteer Volunteer Form pdf Visit Us in Bellingham News Festival Newsletters Notes from the Chair Festival Reviews Media Coverage Press Releases Our Sponsors Contact Us About Us About the Festival Beyond the Summer Season The Festival Year Round History of the Festival Board Staff of the Festival Bellingham Festival of Music Festival Events Program for the 2016 Festival Program for the 2016 Festival MICHAEL PALMER ARTISTIC DIRECTOR July 1 2016 Haydn Overture to L infedeltà delusa Hob 28 5 Schumann Cello Concerto in A Minor Op 129 Lynn Harrell Beethoven Symphony 8 in F Major Op 93 July 5 2016 verdi la traviata prelude Mozart Violin Concerto 4 in D Major K 218 Cho Liang Lin Mendelssohn Symphony 3 in A Minor Op 56 scottish July 7 2016 Calidore String Quartet Mendelssohn Quartet in D Major Op 44 No 1 Prokofiev Quartet 2 in F Major Op 92 Tchaikovsky Quartet 1 in D Major Op 11 July 9 2016 Rossini Overture to William Tell Juan Ramírez Suite Latina 2002 Calidore String Quartet Schumann Symphony 1 in B FLAT Major Op 38 Spring July 10 2016 Chamber Music by the Bay featuring musicians from the festival orchestra Program to

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  • 2015 Festival Orchestra | Bellingham Festival of Music
    Ryan Atlanta Opera Orchestra Domenic Salerni Vega String Quartet Emory University Joy Rhee July 7 Brian Fox July 7 Contrabass Jordan Anderson Principal Seattle Symphony Chair Co Sponsors James Judy Woods DAVID AREND Oakland East Bay Symphony San Francisco Symphony Composer David Brown Vancouver Symphony Turning Point Ensemble Flute Christina Smith Principal Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chair Co Sponsors Tom Barrett Kenni Merritt Todd Skitch Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Adjunct Faculty Kennesaw State University IRIS Orchestra amy Taylor July 19 Piccolo Kirsten James July 7 Susan Telford July 7 Oboe Keisuke Wakao Principal The Boston Symphony The Boston Pops Chair Sponsor Richard Cherie Little Dan Williams July 3 Liz Tiscione July 7 11 Oboe English Horn Danna Sundet Professor of Oboe Kent State University Erie Philharmonic Violin II VICTOR COSTANZI Principal Freelance concertmaster New York City theaters Chamber Music Artist Chair Sponsor Florence Walton Mary Sokol Vancouver Symphony Turning Point Ensemble Trio Accord Grant Donnellan Concertmaster Whatcom Symphony Orchestra Professor Western Washington University Bing Li Professor of violin Remin University of China Beijing Concertmaster Pan Asia Symphony New York Eric Nordstrom Opera Tampa Sarasota Orchestra The Florida Orchestra Anne Sokol Philpott Indianapolis Symphony Seattle Symphony Seattle Opera Falkner Chamber Players Blayne Barnes July 7 Maureen Yuen July 7 Clarinet Laura Ardan Principal Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chair Sponsor Robert Carol Snowball Ted Schoen Professor of Clarinet University of Minnesota Duluth Marci Gurnow July 7 Bassoon Robert Williams Principal Detroit Symphony Orchestra Chair Co Sponsors Joel Mary Pat Thuma Michael Yip Eric Varner PEN Trio Associate professor Lynn University Mona Butler July 3 7 11 19 Horn Brice Andrus Principal Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chair Co Sponsors Barbara Vz Howard Lindsey Jan Vereen Susan Welty Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Katharine Caliendo July 3 7 11 15 Richard Reed July 3 7 11 15 Trumpet CHARLES BUTLER

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  • Photo Galleries | Bellingham Festival of Music
    Individual Level Individual Membership Form pdf The Bellingham Festival of Music Education Outreach Fund Become a Sponsor Corporate Sponsorship Form pdf 80k Volunteer Volunteer Form pdf Visit Us in Bellingham News Festival Newsletters Notes from the Chair Festival Reviews Media Coverage Press Releases Our Sponsors Contact Us About Us About the Festival Beyond the Summer Season The Festival Year Round History of the Festival Board Staff of the Festival Bellingham Festival of Music The Musicians Photo Galleries Photo Galleries 2013 Photo Gallery 2012 Photo Gallery July 2nd Brunch July 6th Rehearsal 2011 Photo Gallery Opening Night July 1st Arnaldo Cohen piano July 5th Janet Sung violin Nie Jiaping cello July 6th Performance at the Lightcatcher Building July 9th Stefan Jackiw violin July 10th Festival Chamber Players at the Bellingham Cruise Terminal July 13th Richard Clement tenor Brice Andrus horn Jeremy Denk piano July 17th Mary Jane Johnson Jeffrey Springer Gary Jankowski Dwight Coleman Katie Bolding Richard Clement Clayton Brainerd 2010 Photo Gallery July 5th Rehearsal July 6th Opening Concert July 10th Concert July 11th Concert at the Ferry Terminal July 13th Master Class July 13th Rehearsal July 14th Concert July 17th Master Class July 17th Closing Party July 18th Final

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  • Visit Us in Bellingham | Bellingham Festival of Music
    the Festival Board Staff of the Festival Bellingham Festival of Music Visit Us in Bellingham Visit Us in Bellingham Squalicum Harbor Bellingham WA Photo Chris Coffin Bellingham one of the best kept secrets in the Pacific Northwest is situated just 50 miles south of Vancouver BC and 89 miles north of Seattle Ferries to the San Juan Islands and to the historic city of Victoria on Vancouver Island are close at hand Home to Western Washington University Bellingham is a growing and vibrant community with some of the most outstanding natural resources in the world Situated on Bellingham Bay in the northern Puget Sound area Bellingham looks out to Mount Baker just 45 minutes east of Bellingham and over two large beautiful lakes Lake Whatcom and Lake Samish as well as several smaller lakes Adding to the serene beauty of the area there s scenic Chuckanut Drive more forested hiking and biking trails than one can count and the quaint Fairhaven District The Fairhaven District Fairhaven as seen from Bellingham Bay Photo Chris Coffin Overlooking Bellingham Bay the historic Fairhaven District has a charm all its own Many of the original red brick buildings relics of Fairhaven s Victorian era still can be found in the federally designated historic district s six square blocks Fairhaven residents are intensely proud of their community and have taken great care in preserving its character Visitors from far and near are always welcome You will find fine restaurants charming shops and delightful waterside trails Travel Information You can find many options for your travel to Bellingham Washington no matter where you are coming from Here are our most popular transit information sites Bellingham Chamber of Commerce Bellingham Convention and Visitors Bureau By Air Bellingham Airport Seattle Airport Vancouver B C Airport Horizon Airlines Alaska

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