NEWS & BLOG
Tonight, the FINAL program of this 17th season will include, among other pieces, the first movement of a Mendelssohn concerto, a one-piano/four hands work by Mozart, and a two-piano/four hands work of Francis Poulenc.
Festival Artistic Director Tamara Poddubnaya announces the two final evening programs of this 17th MWB season: Ilya Ishchenko and Ruslan Ermakov will perform tonight and tomorrow (Saturday) at 7:30 p.m. There will be no 'piano marathon' during this week.
From 1:30 to 5 this afternoon (Monday, July 10), the first “Piano Marathon” of the season will be held in McLaughlin Science Center’s auditorium. Come one, come all, as you can, in and out as your day’s schedule permits.
Yesterday afternoon, Festival participants traveled to perform at the Hayloft at Dragonfly Barn in Bridgton, resuming a special, “off campus” recital that had been paused by THE VIRUS since 2020. They are now hard at work back on campus.
Check our website (musicwoborders.com) for up-to-date Festival news and special announcements.
Artistic Director Tamara Poddubnaya announces the first PIANO MARATHON of this 17th season, to be held in McLaughlin Science Building auditorium from 1:30 to 5 p.m. on Monday, July 10. Audience members are welcome to come and listen for as long as they want, then go about their day as necessary. During such an afternoon "marathon," Festival participants have the chance to play anything they have been studying, often works that aren't quite ready for "prime time," or simply, works that can't fit into the time allotted for the evening recitals.
Artistic Director Tamara Poddubnaya announces the 17th season of Music without Borders International Piano Festival at Gould Academy. The free public recitals will be at 7.30 p.m. in McLaughlin Science Center's Trustees Auditorium every Tuesday and Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, beginning on Tuesday, July 4, through Saturday, July 29. No reservations necessary. Seating limited. Check this website for news about participants and special programs