All performances on Wednesday evenings at 7:30pm in
Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church, except
Friday June 17: Claude Cymerman at Music on the Square
Tuesday June 21: the Silk Road Ensemble in Kresge Auditorium at DePauw (other Silk Road performances every night that week in Krese)
June 1: Pops from a Blues Perspective Bobbie Lancaster, Tad Robinson, and Steve Snyder are featured in the opening Kissinger Family Concert, featuring songs by Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt, Carol King, the Beatles, and Bill Withers.
June 8: Eugenio Urrutia, piano The incredible virtuoso pianist from Chile, a GSMF favorite since our first summer, plays masterworks by Beethoven and Liszt.
June 15: A Symphony of Eight String: DePauw professors Tarn Travers (violin) and Eric Edberg (cello) play music by Bach (inclding Eric’s first performance of Bach’s Suite No. 6 in D Major) and Ravel (the amazing duo for violin and cello).
FRIDAY June 17: Claude Cymerman plays Piazzolla at Music on the Square Wine, cheese, and Greencastle’s most beloved pianist playing contemporary tangos in a club-style atmosphere. What could be better?
TUESDAY June 21 in DePauw’s Kresge Auditorium: the Silk Road Ensemble, top musicians from around the world in extraordinary cross-cultural collaborations.
June 29: Singer-songwriter Krista Detor A hit with last year’s “The Breeze Bends the Grass,” Krista and friends will perform original music.
July 6: Songs, Dances, and Brahms with Duo Dolce Yeon-Ji Yun (cello) and Phoenix Park Kim (piano) perform music by Debussy, Rorem, Chen Yi, and Brahms.
July 13: Romantic Rachmaninoff with Simona Barbu (cello) and Nariaki Sugiura (piano) The extraordinary Romanian cellist and Japanese pianist, both on the faculty of the University of North Dakota, bring us a second week of great music for cello and piano.
July 20: Bobbie Lancaster and Friends Greencastle’s own first lady of folk music shares her spirit through story and song.
July 27: Salaam The amazing Bloomington-based Middle-Eastern ensemble, featured on NPR’s All Things Considered and Afropop Worldwide, brings us an evening of international delights.
August 3: Taka Kigawa Returns The fantastic New York-based Japanese pianist just got more rave review from the New York Times for a solo concert as well as his January performance with our own Eric Edberg. Music of Chopin is featured in this event.
August 10: Mystic Meditations for Piano and Cello with John Kamfonas and Eric Edberg John, the brilliant young American pianist who lives in Paris, returns for a concert of meditative music by Alan Hovhaness from the CD he and Eric are recording, along with solo and duo improvisations.
August 17: Roots Grown Deep: Joel Karabo Elliot The American singer/songwriter and community builder, a DePauw graduate who lives in South Africa, Joel shares his acclaimed original music that fuses classical, jazz, roots, indigenous and folk influences.