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ALASKANSAVVY FRONT PAGE ANCHORAGE FESTIVAL of MUSIC
ANCHORAGE FESTIVAL of MUSIC
Dates: “Chamber Music of Mendelssohn” April 19, 2009
“2009 Young Alaskan Artist Performance” August 2009
Where: See Below
Time: See Below
Cost: See below
Snail Mail: Anchorage Festival of Music PO Box 103251 Anchorage, AK 99510-3251
The Anchorage Festival of Music is a non-profit community organization dedicated to presenting a summer festival of classical music and educational opportunities in music for the people of Alaska. It is supported in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Alaska State Council on the Arts, and the Municipality of Anchorage Arts Advisory Commission; by major contributions from corporations, and by generous contributions of time and financial support from many individuals and businesses.
Anchorage Festival of Music announces its 11th annual Young Alaskan Artist Award competition. This award provides a solo, professional, debut recital in Anchorage and award money to a young, aspiring classical musician pursuing a music performance degree in college. | More Information
2009 Young Alaskan Artist Award - Applications Due May 5, 2009
April 19th, 2009
Spring Soiree – “Chamber Music of Mendelssohn”
Where: Steinway Piano Gallery of Alaska
637 A Street, Anchorage MAP
Time: Concert Begins at 7:30 pm
Cost: Adults $25 ~ Seniors $20 and Students $10
Featuring: Olesya Slobodyan-Waln, violin; Mari Jamieson, viola; Linda Ottum, cello; Juliana Osinchuk, piano ~ Artist Info
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“2009 Young Alaskan Artist Award Performance”
Featuring the winner of the 2009 Young Alaskan Artist Award.
Date and winner to be announced this summer. The selected winner will perform a full solo recital in Anchorage sponsored by the Anchorage Festival of Music in August. The exact date will be determined after selection.