LAKE LUZERNE, NY (NEWS10) – The Luzerne Music Center has released its schedule for its 2022 chamber music program which will take place in the woods of Lake Luzerne. The school’s faculty artist series begins on Friday and the Lucerne Chamber Music Festival returns next week. The student concerts started on Saturday June 25th.

The Luzerne Music Center accommodates approximately 150 students to spend the summer on 20 acres of campground, to reside in newly renovated cabins. The center has had its share of upgrades over the past two years, with more on the way. The one in the center music festival and shows are another part of the role the site plays in the area’s arts and music community.

Lucerne Chamber Music Festival

The Lucerne Chamber Music Festival includes three shows, which will start on Monday July 4th. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $45 for VIP holders, or $35 for adults, $25 for seniors, $5 for students, and free for members of the public. 18 and under. The schedule includes:

  • monday july 4th
    • New York City Ballet musicians
    • With Glen Inanga on piano; Arturo Delmoni, violin; Elizabeth Pitcairn, violin; Michael Roth, viola; Sarah Hewitt-Roth, cello
    • The program includes Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante for violin, viola and orchestra in E flat major, K. 364; and Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 34
  • Monday July 25
    • Fabulous Philadelphians (The Philadelphia Orchestra)
    • With Toby Blumenthal on piano; Amy Oshiro, violin; Elizabeth Pitcairn, violin; David Nicastro, viola; and Ricardo Morales, clarinet
    • The program includes Clara Schumann’s Three Romances, Op. 22; Mozart Trio in E flat major, K. 498 “Kegelstatt”; First Rhapsody by Claude Debussy; and Terzetto in C major, Op. 74
  • Monday August 1
    • American String Quartet
    • With Peter Winograd on violin; Laurie Carney, violin; Daniel Avshalomov, viola; and Wolfram Koessel, cello
    • The program includes Quartet No. 10 in E flat major, Op. 74, “Harp”
    • Quartet No. 3 by Béla Bartók, Sz. 85
    • String Quartet in F major by Maurice Ravel

Faculty Artist Series

The Faculty Artist Series features performances by the instructors teaching the next generation at the center. Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for seniors, $5 for students, and free for those under 18. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. The schedule includes:

  • friday june 24
    • Paquito D’Rivera – Selections from Tropical Aires for wind quintet
    • Gustav Mahler – Piano Quartet in A minor
      • I. Nicht zu schnell
      • II. Scherzo
    • Ludwig Maurer – Three pieces for brass quintet
    • Johannes Brahms – String Quartet in C minor op. 51, No. 1
    • Joseph Haydn – Piano Trio No. 39 in G major, Hob. XV:25
      • I.Andante
      • III. Final: Rondo all’Ongarese. Presto
  • friday july 1st
    • Louise Farrenc – Trio for flute, cello and piano, op. 45
    • Eric Ewazen – Trio for horn, violin and piano
      • I. Andante Teneramente
      • II. Scherzo
    • Jake Gunnar Walsh – Spirals
    • Amy Beach – Romance for Violin and Piano, Op. 23
    • Andy Akiho – Turn
    • John Wasson (born 1956) – Brass Grooves
  • friday july 8
    • Hannah Lash – C
    • Caroline Shaw – Intermission
    • Pierre Boulez – Derivative 1
    • Jake Gunnar Walsh – torpor
    • Valerie Coleman – Umoja
    • Amy Beach – Pastorale for Wind Quintet, Op. 151
    • Osvaldo Golijov – Last Lap
      • I. Movido, Urgente – Macho, cool and dangerous
      • II. Lentissimo – Death of the Angels
  • friday july 22
    • Reena Esmail – Tuttarana
    • Anthony DiLorenzo – Go ahead!
    • Alice Jones – Mind’s Playground (2022)
    • Kevin Puts – And the Legions Will Rise
    • Grażyna Bacewicz (1909 – 1969) — Quartet for four violins
      • I. Allegretto, Allegro giocoso
      • II. Tranquil Andante
      • III. Molto allegro
    • Antonin Dvořák – Piano Quintet in A major No. 2, Op. 81
  • friday july 29
    • Gabriela Ortiz – “Atlas-Pumas” for marimba and violin
      • I. Vivo energico e molto ritmico
    • Jan Bach – eruption
    • Witold Lutoslawski – Mini Overture
    • Péter Tóth – Balkán-expressz
    • Alex Berko – Seu Cabra
    • Jessie Montgomery – Strum
    • Bohuslav Jan Martinů – The Kitchen Review
    • Franz Schubert – Piano Quintet in A major, D667, “The Trout Quintet”
      • Theme with variation
      • Allegro giusto
  • Friday August 5
    • Camille Saint-Saëns – Septet in E-bold major, op. 65
      • I. Preamble
      • III. Intermediate
      • IV. Final
    • Vinicio A. Meza – Retratos (Portraits) for tuba and piano
      • II. Vals and
      • III. Canción sin palabras.
    • Joseph Haydn – String Quartet in E Bold Major Op. 33, no. 2, “The joke”
      • I. Moderate Allegro
      • IV. Presto
    • Claude Arrieu – Quintet in C major
      • I. Allegro
      • II. Andante
      • V. Allegro perennial
    • Alex Berko – Venus

Free student concerts

All student concerts are free and open to the public. Showcases include:

Student showcase

  • Saturday June 25
  • friday july 1st
    • 3:30 p.m.
    • bedroom showcase
  • Saturday July 9
  • Thursday July 14
  • Saturday July 23
  • Saturday July 30
  • Sunday August 7
    • 1:30 p.m.
    • Piano Prelude and Solo Showcase
  • Saturday August 13

Piano prelude and Lucerne Symphony Orchestra

  • Sunday June 26
  • Saturday July 2
  • Sunday July 10
  • friday july 15
    • 1:30 p.m.
    • Piano prelude, brass choir and orchestra
  • Sunday July 24
  • Sunday July 31
  • Friday August 5
  • Sunday August 7
    • 1:30 p.m.
    • Piano Prelude and Solo Showcase
  • Sunday August 14
    • 1:30 p.m.
    • Piano prelude, brass choir and orchestra)