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Bear Valley Music Festival

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/27/2016 - 07/31/2016
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location
Bear Valley- Perry Walthers Community Center Building

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Maestro Michael Morgan and the Bear Valley Music Festival have planned another dazzling concert lineup for you from  July 22 to August 7 with a selection of rock, classical, bluegrass and jazz.

22Jul @ 7pm T Sisters

23Jul @7pm JOURNEY Tribute by Evolution

24Jul @2pm Matinee with Emil Miland & Friends

27Jul @7pm BEATLES Tribute by The Sun Kings

28Jul @7pm Symphony Opening Night with Del Sol

29Jul @7pm Beethoven’s 5th, Chopin’s 2nd & More…

30Jul @11am Free Family Concert with Dawn Harms
30Jul @7pm Jazz Violinist Mads Tolling

31Jul @11am Stars of Tomorrow
31Jul @2pm Matinee with Del Sol String Quartet

03Aug @7pm Sips, Sonatas & Surprise

04Aug @7pm Classical Guitar with Mark Aitken

05Aug @7pm A Taste of Opera with Maestro Paul Mauffray

06Aug @5pm SPEAKEASY Gala Dinner & Auction

07Aug @2pm Matinee with Brahms & Vivaldi

As always, there’s something for every taste and every age! This year, we are pleased to announce that Bear Valley Lodge is providing dinners at the tent for all evening concerts for $15 per person. There is also round trip shuttle transportation from Forest Meadows, Arnold and Dorrington for $10 per person (must reserve in advance). For more information, please click here.

Highlights of the 2016 Festival include tributes to JOURNEY and THE BEATLES plus a performance by world-famous jazz violinist Mads Tolling. On opening night, we are delighted to present the T Sisters who return to Bear Valley by popular demand. Our classical concerts include arguably the greatest symphony of all time—Beethoven’s Fifth—and a matinee by renowned cellist Emil Miland and Friends. The Del Sol String Quartet will perform familiar and new chamber music, and our concerto selections will feature piano soloist Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner, trumpet soloist John Pearson, and cello soloist Lucas Chen. Violinist Dawn Harms will once again charm children and families in our Free Annual Family Concert covering 300 years of music history, and our patrons will have a chance to taste some of the region’s finest wines while enjoying great music in the Festival’s annual Sips & Sonatas concert. Our gala benefit dinner on Saturday, August 6 will take us back to the music-filled era of the Speakeasy. Festival patrons might even get a taste of opera!