5 F I F T H A N N I V E R S A R Y S E A S O Nj u ly 2 0 – a u g u s t 1 4 , 2 0 1 0songsof theearthMASTERS OF SONGMatthias Goerne & Andreas HaefligerTuesday July 27, 8 pm, Koerner HallGerman baritone Matthias Goerne makes his highly anticipated Festivaldebut with the superb pianist Andreas Haefliger. They present a programmeof some of the most inspired Lieder by Schumann and Brahms.MAHLER’S HEROES & ADMIRERPacifica String Quartet & Menahem PresslerSaturday July 31, 8 pm, MacMillan TheatreProfound experience joins hands with youthful passion in this gloriousconcert featuring music by Beethoven, Schumann and Shostakovich.SONG OF THE EARTHRoxana Constantinescu & Gordon GietzConducted by Agnes GrossmannSaturday August 7, 8 pm, MacMillan TheatreIn her farewell Festival performance, Grossmann conducts a rapturousprogram exploring the beauties of nature and earthly experience throughMahler’s Song of the Earth and the world premiere of Glenn Buhr’s new work.MUSIC AND PAINTINGGryphon Trio & James CampbellThursday August 12, 8 pm, MacMillan TheatreThe Festival closes with the dream-like landscapes of artist StephenHutchings and apocalyptic visions of Messiaen’s Quartet for theEnd of Time, followed by a gorgeous work by Schumann.Build your own mini-festival with a FLEX PASS and SAVE!GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!www.torontosummermusic.com | 416-408-0208Top Image credit: “Window on a World of Shadows” by Stephen Hutchings.
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