Happy Birthday, Igor Stravinsky! Love, the GMF cast & crew.
GMF celebrates All Things Stravinsky, including his 130th birthday! The Soldier’s Tale is about to open and to mark this occasion we have been challenged to raise $5,000 in five days! Join us in celebrating Stravinsky’s life and work with a gift of $130 today.
Donate to the five-day challenge HERE or send a check to the GMF P.O. Box below.
Internationally renowned pianist, teacher, writer and broadcaster David Dubal opened the 2012 Greenwich Music Festival with his lecture titled, Igor Stravinsky: The Man and The Music. For more information on David Dubal, visit our website: http://www.greenwichmusicfestival.org/2012/david_dubal
Video by GMF Board Member Susan Morris, edited by GHS Intern Justin Alvarado.
Music man: Former Greenwich resident Huffman brings popular festival back to town
In the words of executive director Ted Huffman, “as a small company, we can take risks.” And indeed, many risks are being taken. Not only is GMF presenting unconventional works, but it is also offering a refreshing new take on performance, ”breaking down these barriers in the classical arts and looking for ways to engage the community.
GMF Costume Designer Austin Scarlett to Host Passion for Fashion Gala Benefit for the Strawbery Banke Museum on June 30th
The words “Austin Scarlett” are often accompanied by language like “celebrity” and “VIP.” Luckily for GMF audiences, Austin Scarlett’s designs can be seen being put to artistic use while in a conventient, local, unpretentious setting.
New Music Written for The Deviant Septet, GMF's 2012 Artists-in-Residence
The Deviant Septet is known for its dedication to experimental music, and many of its gigs are uncoventional, to say the least. On June 22nd and 23rd, they will accompany Stravinsky’s ballet, A Soldier’s Tale. It goes to show that the works on GMF’s progam are just as experimental and cutting-edge as they were decades ago
2012 Artists-in-Residence The Deviant Septet Perform at the Atlas Performing Arts Center
The Deviant Septet, musicians at GMF’s performance of The Soldier’s Tale, has been hailed as “a new music supergroup made up of accomplished musicians with other gigs” which “likes to push boundaries even further.” We urge you all to heed this article’s advice and “beat all the cool kids and check them out,” because “no joke, these cats are hot.”