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Grand Canyon Chamber Music Festival

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Grand Canyon Music Festival
Previously known at the Grand Canyon Chamber Music Festival.

The dates and artists for the 1997 season have now been announnced !

1997 Poster The Fourteenth Season
SEPTEMBER 5-20, 1997

Robert Bonfiglio, Festival Director

Clare Hoffman, Artistic Director

Ed Mell, Poster Art

Bonfiglio - Live at the Grand Canyon

7:30 P.M.

SCHUBERT, Arpeggione Sonata
HANDEL, Flute Sonata in C Major
BEETHOVEN, String Trio in G Major,
Opus 9, No.1
7:30 P.M.

Robert Bonfiglio returns with
violinist Laura Seaton, guitarist Steven
, and percussionist Gordon
for an evening of jazz,
blues and more.
7:30 P.M.

HAYDN, String Quartet in Eb,
Opus 33, No. 2, "The Joke"
HINDEMITH, String Quartet, No. 3
GRIEG, String Quartet in G Minor
7:30 P.M.

BACH, Suite No. 5 for Solo Cello
BACH, Arias from Christmas Oratorio
BACH, Concerto in F Minor for Harpsichord
HAYDN, Piano Trio in E Minor, XV 20
7:30 P.M.

PICCHIANTI, Fantasy on Themes
by Rossini for Flute and Guitar
BRAHMS, Sonata for Viola and Piano
in F Minor
BRAHMS, Piano Quartet in G Minor
7:30 P.M.

LISZT, Bénédiction de Dieu
dans la solitude
BRAHMS, Piano Quintet in F Minor,
Opus 34
Musicians: Benny Kim, violin;
Caroline Wolff, viola;
Colin Carr, cello;
Josephine Mongiardo, soprano;
Kenneth Cooper, harpsichord;
Clare Hoffman, flute
7:30 P.M.

Works for solo piano by
CHAUSSON, Piano Quartet in A Major,
Opus 30
7:30 P.M.

PISTON, Quintet for Flute and Strings
ELGAR, Piano Quintet in A Minor
Musicians: Benny Kim, violin;
Toby Hoffman, viola;
Peter Rejto, cello;
Clare Hoffman, flute;
Stephen Benson, guitar;
Paige Roberts, piano
Musicians: Robert Bonfiglio, harmonica;
Clare Hoffman, flute;
Alan Chow, piano
Ivan Chan*, violin;
Cathy Meng Robinson*, violin;
Chauncey Patterson*, viola;
Keith Robinson*, cello

(* member of Miami String Quartet)

THE GRAND CANYON MUSIC FESTIVAL depends on your contributions to help pay the costs of this series and its public service tour to schools in northern Arizona. Ticket income provides only a small portion of the funds needed to meet these costs. Contributions to the Festival, a non-profit organization, are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Contributions are acknowledged in the concert program.

Concerts are held indoors at the Shrine of the Ages, South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park.

Programs and artists are subject to change. Co-sponsored by the National Park Service. Partial funding is provided by the Arizona Commission on the Arts.

Festival posters for the current season as well as some prior seasons are also available. SUPPORT THE GRAND CANYON MUSIC FESTIVAL and ensure its continued success when you purchase the beautiful posters of Grand Canyon featuring the work of Southwestern artist Ed Mell . Posters are $25 each. (A limited number are signed by the artist and are $50 each. Please call regarding availability of signed posters.) Click on the thumbnail images below to see larger images of each individual poster. A three year set which includes the 1986, 1988, 1991 posters is also available for $50.

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Posters are limited in quantity so we ask that you place your order early.
The following years have sold out : 1985, 1987, 1989, 1990 and 1992.

TICKETS will be mailed until September 1. They will be held at the door for orders received after that date. Individual tickets are $15 each, $5 for students and children. Season tickets (8 performances) are $80 for adults and $40 for students and children. Seating is open. Children under five will not be admitted into the auditorium.
FAMILY RATES: Family tickets must be purchased in advance. These rates are not available at the concert hall door. Children must be accompanied by an adult. The adult(s) and the first child in the group pay full price tickets ($15 for adults, $5 for child). Tickets for additional children are $2 each.

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Season Tickets (all eight concerts)

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for Student              ____ no. of tickets x $40   =   $________

Individual Tickets

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Make checks payable to: Grand Canyon Chamber Music Festival.
You may order by phone, FAX or mail. Phone (520)638-9215; mail order form to
GRAND CANYON CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL, Post Office Box 1332, Grand Canyon,
Arizona 86023; or FAX order form to (520)638-9215.

Tickets may also be purchased at: The Franklin Gallery
500 N. Beaver Street, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001

Hotel reservations should be made as early as possible.

In the Park:

One mile south of the Park entrance:

For further assistance call:
South Rim Travel 1-800-682-4393

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