Welcome to The Friends of the Newport Music Festival Winter Series 2015

Great Music, Exciting Artists

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Ruske Orliac Duo

THURSDAY, JANUARY 22ND FROM 5:30 – 8 P.M.
CHANNING MEMORIAL CHURCH, NEWPORT
RECEPTION FOLLOWED BY CONCERT—$30

Perennial favorite Eric Ruske teams up with Festival newcomer Coline-Marie Orliac in a beautiful program of music for French horn and harp. Mr. Ruske has been a member of the Festival’s “family of artists” since 1989 and is currently professor of music at Boston University. Ms. Orliac has already garnered a strong Newport following since her debut in 2012. She comes to Newport via Vienna, following a New York City performance. Program to include works by Strauss, Satie, Gounod and the beautiful
Méditation de Thaïs by Massenet. A reception precedes the concert at 123 Pelham Street (next door). Limited free parking on Pelham Street and Bellevue Avenue. Note parking regulations.




Latitude 41 Trio


FRIDAY, MARCH 6TH FROM 6 – 8:30 P.M.
ST. MATTHEW’S CHURCH, JAMESTOWN
CONCERT FOLLOWED BY RECEPTION—$30

Welcomed return of the Festival-inspired trio featuring beloved artists Bernadene Blaha, Livia Sohn and Luigi Piovano. Since opening the 2009 Newport Music Festival, the trio has garnered accolades from around the world. Ms. Blaha has been a mainstay at the Festival for 18 seasons. Ms. Sohn concertizes around the world between her duties as a professor of music at Stanford University and amazing mom. Mr. Piovano conducts orchestras as well as performing throughout the world from his home base in Rome. Latitude 41 was founded in 2008 at the Newport Music Festival—its title is derived from Newport, Rhode Island and Rome, Italy sharing the same latitude. Special Festival thanks to the
Jamestown Community Piano Association.



Daniel del Pino in Recital


FRIDAY, MARCH 13TH FROM 6 – 8:30 P.M.
OCHRE COURT, SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY
RECEPTION FOLLOWED BY CONCERT—$30

A favorite among Festival audiences, Spanish pianist Daniel del Pino returns to Newport for a thrilling recital of music by Beethoven, Franck and Chopin. Mr. del Pino is one of Spain’s leading pianists on the international concert scene, and has been a mainstay of the Festival’s “family of artists” for 14 consecutive seasons.



Concert Venue Information
St. Matthew’s Church—87 Narragansett Ave, Jamestown
Ochre Court—100 Ochre Point Avenue, Newport
Channing Memorial Church—135 Pelham Street, Newport
Limited parking on Pelham Street and Bellevue Avenue. Please note parking regulations.


3 Concert Package $80
Ticket buyers are reminded that the capacity of all concert venues is limited. Therefore, early reservations are advised. Phone orders are accepted using VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover, by calling 401-849-0700. Please note these concerts are non-ticketed events. Your name(s) will be held at the door of each concert.
The Festival Box Office is located at 850 Aquidneck Avenue in Middletown. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. You may e-mail us at staff@newportmusic.org.


Ticket Information
Box Office 401-849-0700
For tickets and information phone 401-846-1133 or via email at newportmusic@gmail.com. Tickets will also be available at the door. Parking is across the street from Emmanuel Church. Information is also available on the Festival website at www.newportmusic.org.

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