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Cactus Pear Music Festival
kicks off its 22nd Season of
Sizzlin' Chamber Music with
5 Programs in 4 Cities with
18 World-Class Musicians
Celebrating San Antonio's
Tri-Centennial

Don't Miss "Tri-Centennial Tapas:
Three Centuries of Greatest Hits"
-- an Exquisite Season
of Exceptional Concerts!

THE SCHEDULE

PROGRAM 1: MISSION BAROQUE
Fri, July 6, San Antonio • Concordia Lutheran – 7:30 pm
featuring works by Purcell, Jacquet de la Guerre, JS Bach, Couperin, Scarlatti, Telemann, Piazzolla, and Boccherini's “Fandango”—featuring Guadalupe Dance Company's Belinda Menchaca

PROGRAM 2: CULTURAL CROSSROADS
Thur, July 5, Wimberley • Chapel In The Hills – 7:00 pm
Sat, July 7, San Antonio • Concordia Lutheran – 7:30 pm
Sun, July 8, Boerne • First United Methodist Church – 3 pm
with works by Hummel, Sollima, Turina, American Mike Mower and his Sonata Latino for flute & piano, and ending with a Franz Schubert's Piano Trio.

PROGRAM 3: GUITARRA CLASICA: with Kyuhee Park
Presenting Ms. Park in ONE CONCERT ONLY
Sun, July 8, Boerne • First United Methodist Church – 7 pm
Don't miss this up-and-coming star of the classical guitar.

PROGRAM 4: L'HISTOIRE DU SOLDAT
Fri, July 13, San Antonio • Concordia Lutheran – 7:30 pm
Sun, July 15, Boerne • First United Methodist Church – 3 pm
a program featuring Giordani, Sibelius, Beethoven's Scottish Songs, San Antonio's own James Scott Balentine and his Five African American Spirituals for baritone & cello, Schoenfieldand Stravinsky's classic L’Histoire du Soldat (the Soldier's Tale)

PROGRAM 5: PUEBLOS MAGICOS
Thur, July 12, New Braunfels • McKenna Event Center – 7 pm
Sat, July 14, San Antonio • Concordia Lutheran – 7:30 pm
with works by Beethoven, Rorem, a TEXAS PREMIER of Juan Pablo Contreras's Pueblos Mágicos featuring choreography by GDC's Rodrigo Gonzalez and dancing by Guadalupe Dance Company dancers: Luis Garcia, Rodrigo Gonzalez, Marlene Pita and Denise Rios. The program ends with Harbison's Songs America Loves to Sing and Dvorak's thrilling Piano Quartet No. 1 in D Major

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