While the COVID-19 pandemic kept it smaller in scope, the Eastern Music Festival celebrated a safe and successful summer season of education and public concerts.
Eastern Music Festival (EMF) celebrates a safe and successful season. Five-weeks of in-person study and performance concluded July 31st.
The Eastern Music Festival closed its 60th season last night on a high note, after a fulfilling concert that surely must have satisfied all musical appetites.
In Wednesday night’s Signature Performance, the Mile-End Trio (Jeff Multer, violin; Julian Schwarz, cello; Marika Bournaki, piano) performed works by Beethoven and Smetana. All three are founding members of the trio.
Five outstanding young instrumentalists and nine talented conductors presented themselves in front of their peers as the winners of the Eastern Music Festival’s annual Concerto Competition, open to all students enrolled in the five-week festival on the campus of Guilford College.
The Eastern Music Festival has a lot to recommend itself: a stellar orchestra made up of professional players from across the United States (the musicians also play in chamber music concerts), a couple hundred students eager to immerse themselves in the five-week intensive education and performance program, and dozens of concerts, all on the bucolic Guilford College campus.
Eastern Music Festival (EMF), a nationally recognized music festival and summer educational program based in the heart of North Carolina, announces five young musical artist winners of the 2021 Concerto Competition.
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