2022 JANUARY NEWSLETTER

MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR UPCOMING SPRING BENEFIT!

Dear Festival Friends,

With the start of 2022, things are heating up at the Festival in preparation for the Spring Benefit Concert and our 2022 Season. 

Mark your calendars with the dates below for our Spring Benefit Auction & Concert:
Spring Benefit Virtual Auction: Saturday, March 12th – Sunday, March 20th
Spring Benefit Concert: Saturday, March 19th at the Gearan Center

Our 2022 Season lineup will be announced at the Spring Benefit Concert, so don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to hear live music featuring Geoffrey Herd (violin), Max Geissler (cello), and Esther Park (piano).

In the meantime, please feel free to share the link below with your friends and families to receive updates from the Geneva Music Festival! 


GENEVA MUSIC FESTIVAL ARTISTS NEWS

ATLYS released a new album, Opus, in collaboration with Seven Lions, and composers Ari Fisher (Sonnenberg Suite, 2020) and Andrew Vogt on December 23rd, 2021. 

To listen to the full digital album online, click here.

“This initial idea started around Red Rocks, when we [Seven Lions] brought ATLYS out to play a few tracks throughout the night. The response was unbelievable, and seeing everyone singing along to every track was incredible. From there, we decided to record in a studio and give this project an official release, called Opus.”
-Seven Lions


Cellist Hannah Collins was featured in the “Artist to Watch” column of the January/February issue of KC Studio Magazine. She talks about her album Resonance Lines, her duo New Morse Code, and upcoming projects with Bach Aria Soloists and NAVO.

Click here to read the Digital Edition of KC Studio. You can find Hannah’s featured article on page 37-38.

Hannah was also featured in The Strad January 2022 issue for her new album, Resonance Lines

“Adventurous, impressive collection of contemporary solo cello music” -Janet Banks, editor

Click here to read the review of the album.


Bandoneon player and composer JP Jofre was featured on The Violin Channel for his new violin concerto, “Mauna Loa“.
The piece was world-premiered by violinist Eric Silberger, conductor Jinhyoun, and the Gyeongbuk Philharmonic Orchestra at the Daegu Concert House in South Korea last October.

Click here to read the full article.


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