Japanese Music Pageant Publicizes 2022 Season 


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Based mostly in Greensboro, North Carolina, the Japanese Music Pageant (EMF) celebrates its 61st season this 12 months as a classical music competition and summer season instructional program for all orchestral devices.

This summer season will see EMF return to common in-person programming for the primary time since having to cancel their dwell 2020 version as a result of COVID-19 pandemic after which working at a restricted capability in 2021.

They are going to be holding over 60 performances by numerous ensembles at its residence venue in Guilford Faculties’ Dana Auditorium and others in Greensboro and Boone, North Carolina.

The lineup will embody the Japanese Chamber Gamers, live shows that includes EMF School Artists, scholar recitals, EMF Younger Artists Orchestras, and the Japanese Pageant Orchestra led by Gerard Schwarz.

Visitor artists comprise violinist Lara St. John, and pianists Santiago Rodriguez and Alexander Toradze, alongside EMF artists guitarist Jason Vieaux, violinist Jeff Multer, and cellist Julian Schwarz.

“The previous few years have confirmed that something is feasible even beneath probably the most difficult circumstances, however with eyes on the horizon, the flexibility to supply a full-scale competition on-par with festivals in years previous this summer season brings immense pleasure to the whole EMF household,” mentioned EMF’s government director, Chris Williams within the press launch.

The competition’s full season can be introduced in Might. Tickets can be obtainable right here from Might 20, 2022.

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