Cyber Monday Deal: $9 Tickets to curtis presents concerts extended!
Need to purchase a holiday gift? Celebrate the Curtis Institute of Music's 90th anniversary with a $9 ticket to Curtis Presents im 2015. That's a savings of up to 60% off regular ticket prices!
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Esteemed Curtis faculty and alumni present a unique musical portrait featuring their choice of repertoire and guest artists.
$9 today only (originally $25)
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Seating for the Curtis Presents performances are general admission with first-come-first-served seating. Limit of 2 tickets per patron.
Curtis Faculty Brass Quintet
Sunday, February 8 at 3 p.m.
David Bilger, trumpet
Jeffrey Curnow, trumpet
Jennifer Montone, horn
Matthew Vaughn, trombone
Blair Bollinger, bass trombone ('86)
This illustrious quintet of Curtis faculty are all members of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Experience musical excellence at the heart of the Curtis tradition through their rich, resonant sound and their exceptional artistry and camaraderie.
Dolce Suono Ensemble
Mimi Stillman, flute ('99)
Charles Abramovic, piano ('76)
Thomas Shivone, bass-baritone
The Dover Quartet
Joel Link (Violin '11, '14)
Bryan Lee (Violin '11, '14)
Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt (Viola '10, 11, '14)
Camden Shaw (Cello '10, '11, '14)
Celebrating its tenth anniversary this season, this flexible and innovative ensemble of Philadelphia-based artists includes many Curtis alumni and is directed by flutist and alumna Mimi Stillman. Dolce Suono offers programs that set music within a broad cultural context, often featuring commissions from emerging and established composers. This recital also features the Dover Quartet alongside members of Dolce Suono.
The Curtis Presents season is sponsored by Blank Rome LLP.
Orchestra concerts are supported by the Jack Wolgin Curtis Orchestral Concert Endowment Fund.