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5-concert digital chamber music series online
Chapman's “Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella”
Performed by Paolo Bordignon, organist

ON LOCATION | New York Concert

About the Grand Teton Music Festival | On Location Series

A 5-concert digital chamber music series featuring small ensembles, recorded and produced remotely in the home cities of Festival Orchestra musicians across the country. The series creates opportunities for more intimate artistic access to GTMF musicians who comprise some of the best musicians from the best orchestras across the United States.

GTMF On Location | New York Concert

Recording Date: Thursday, November 12, 7 PM MT
Recorded at St. Bartholomew’s Church, 325 Park Avenue, NY, NY

Recorded at St. Bartholomew’s Church on November 12, 2020, this concert features the musicians from the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and St. Bartholomew’s Organist and Choirmaster/MMPAF Artisitic Director, Paolo Bordignon. Music by Vivaldi, Elgar, J.S. Bach, Beethoven, and Tonia Ko.

GTMF Musician Bios | Bios


Performance Program:

VIVALDI | Piccolo Concerto in C Major, RV 443
Stephanie Mortimore, piccolo; Bruno Eicher, violin; Ling Ling Huang, violin; Mary Hammann, viola; Kari Jane Docter, cello; Paolo Bordignon, harpsichord

ELGAR Elegy for Strings, Op. 58
Bruno Eicher, violin; Ling Ling Huang, violin; Mary Hammann, viola; Kari Jane Docter, cello; Joel Noyes, cello

J.S. BACH Sonata No. 2 in D Major, BWV 1028
Joel Noyes, cello; Paolo Bordignon, harpsichord

TONIA KO Still Life Crumbles
Ling Ling Huang, violin; Paolo Bordignon, harpsichord

BEETHOVEN String Trio No. 5 in C minor, Op. 9
Bruno Eicher, violin; Mary Hammann, viola; Kari Jane Docter, cello

About Grand Teton Music Festival | About GTMF
The festival was founded in 1962 by the Jackson Hole Fine Arts Festival to foster classical music experiences for performers and audiences and to improve and enrich the cultural awareness and opportunities for people in Wyoming and the adjacent area. Nearly 60 years since its humble beginnings performing in a tent at the base of the Tetons, the Festival is now sought after for both listeners and performers alike as a destination to experience the finest in classical music throughout the summer.

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