2015-16 Annual Report to the Community
November 11, 2016 | By festivalmozaic |
Community activities, artistic programs, financials and supporters are detailed in the 2015-16 Annual Report of Festival Mozaic.
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Artistic programs, community impact, financials, supporters and more are detailed in Festival Mozaic's 2016-2017 report to the community.
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Festival Mozaic’s 45th anniversary year was remarkable. Our ticket sales were the highest in many years, our donors were extremely generous and our board grew to 18 active members. But most of all, we were able to present extraordinary music to our audience.
The 2015 souvenir program book features information about artists, programs and program notes, and other events in the 45th Anniversary Season of Festival Mozaic. The Festival runs July 16-26, 2015 in various venues around San Luis Obispo County. Tickets available at http://www.FestivalMozaic.com
Two weekends of engaging chamber music concerts and events designed to bring you closer to the music. Featuring Scott Yoo, Music Director and Violin and others.
This summer, Festival Mozaic celebrates its 45th anniversary. While our roots as a festival began with Mozart, much of Western music can be traced back to J.S. Bach. With that in mind, our 45th anniversary season will culminate in two performances of J.S. Bach’s Mass in B minor and we are centering this July’s offerings around Bach’s influence. I hope you will join us to enjoy these varied works that span many eras and cultures. They all celebrate a common reverence for the beloved composer J.S. Bach. Join us in beautiful San Luis Obispo County. We look forward to sharing these works of art with you.
November 14, 15 & 16, 2014: WinterMezzo Weekend I MOZART, SHOSTAKOVICH AND BEETHOVEN SERENA McKINNEY, SCOTT YOO, violin, BEN ULLERY, viola & MICHELLE DJOKIC, cello LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Duet or Two Eyeglasses Obligato, WoO 32 (Viola and Cello) WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART String Quartet in D minor, K. 421 DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH String Quartet No. 14 in F# minor, op. 142 Immerse yoursel in the music by selecting all three sequential events or the premiere WinterMezzo experience, or pick and cho ose your own events. Western music is rich with tributes. Mozart wrote his string quartet in D minor as a tribute to Haydn, one o his six “ Haydn Quartets.” And Shostakovich’s 14th string quartet was written or composer Benjamin Britten in act, he began writing it while staying a t Britten’s home. These two meaty quartets will be supplemented by a charming Beethoven duet, pairing the lower voices o the string quartet. Friday, November 14 Notable Encounter Insight San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden 5:30 p.m. Saturday, November 15 Notable Encounter Dinner The Avila Beach Home o Mike and Shirley Ritter, 5:30 p.m. Sunday, November 16 Concert United Methodist Church, 3 p.m. February 20, 21 and 22, 2015: WinterMezzo Weekend II TRIOS AND DUOS ALICE K. DADE, ute, SCOTT YOO, violin, BION TSANG, cello & JOHN NOVACEK, piano JOAQUÍN TURINA Piano Trio No. 2 in B minor, op. 76 JENNIFER MARGARET BARKER Na Trì Peathraichean (ute and piano) HEITOR VILLA-LOBOS Assobio a Jato, W 493 (ute and cello) MAURICE RAVEL Piano Trio in A minor This eclectic program showcases the spice and variety o a global array o chamber music. From Western Europer, French composer Maurice Ravel explores Basque and Malaysian dances in his piano trio, while Joaquin Turina dabbles in the sounds o Spain and Italy. The unusual “Jet Whistle” by Villa-Lobos’ is a Brazilian romp, and along the way, the audience will enjoy the Caliornia premiere o contemporary Scottish composer Jennier Margaret Barker’s Gaelic-inspired piece or ute. Friday, February 20, 2015: Notable Encounter INSIGHT La Perla del Mar Chapel, Shell Beach, 5:30 p.m. Saturday, February 21, 2015: Notable Encounter DINNER Cass Winery, 5:30 p.m. Sunday, February 22, 2015: CONCERT Congregation Beth David, 3 p.m. January 25, 2015: Fringe Benet CHOPIN, CHAMPAGNE AND CHOCOLATE Jocelyn Swigger, piano Villa Filaree, the home o Dennis and Sharon Schneider, 3 p.m. Every serious classically-trained pianist has grappled with at least some o the Chopin etudes. Pianist Jocelyn Swigger is on a mission to learn them all. This interactive program will explore her journey learning these difcult pieces, including an ancillary trip through the songs o Tin Pan Alley and a serious study o the ne art o improvisation. Expect sparkling wine, delectable chocolates, and a little bit o audience partici- pation and improv in this special benet or Festival Mozaic at the beautiul home o Dennis and Sharon Schneider. Tickets $75 www.FestivalMozaic.com phone 877.881.8899 WinterMezzo NOVEMBER 14 – 16, 2014 & FEBRUARY 20 – 22, 2015 Fringe Benet JANUARY 25, 2015
Festival Mozaic Annual Report to the Community, including contributors, in-kind donations, volunteers, staff, board, preliminary financial report, ticket purchasers, community impact and more in the 2013-2014 season of music presented in San Luis Obispo County on the California Central Coast.
The 2014 Festival Mozaic Summer Music Festival in San Luis Obispo, California presents orchestra, chamber music and fringe concerts in unique and charismatic venues. Learn more at http://www.FestivalMozaic.com
Festival Mozaic takes place in beautiful San Luis Obispo County on the Central Coast of California. Led by Music Director Scott Yoo, the Festival presents orchestra, chamber music, fringe and notable encounters in an array of intimate settings. Visit www.FestivalMozaic.com to learn more. July 17-27. 2014