WHITE MOUNTAINS MUSIC FESTIVAL

North country chamber players presents some of the finest Chamber Music in New Hampshire's White Mountains.  With concerts through out the year.

38 years of history, and a bright future ahead.

Week 1: Innocence & Experience

 

Lembit Beecher, 2015 Composer in Residence

Praised by the San Francisco Chronicle for his “hauntingly lovely and deeply personal” music, and by the New York Times for his “alluring, emotive” work, Lembit Beecher strives to create intimate, heartfelt, quirky and dramatically potent musical experiences ... More about Lembit

 

 

Andrew Janss, Cello

Hailed by the New York Times for his "glowing tone", "insightful musicianship", and "sumptuous elegance”, and by the Washington Post for his “amber tone”, cellist Andrew Janss' performances have taken him across four continents, to some of the most prestigious venues in the world, including Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, and the Louvre ... More about Andrew

 

 

 

 

Stephen Rudman, Bassoon

Bassoonist Stephen Rudman recently graduated from State University of New York at Fredonia earning a Performance Certificate with his Bachelor of Music in Performance and Bachelor of Science in Sound Recording Technology ... More about Stephen

 

 

 

Alexander Ozolins, Horn

Aleksander Ozolins completed his graduate studies at The Manhattan School of Music in the Orchestral Performance Department. As an orchestral performer, Ozolins has played in a number of countries throughout Europe, Asia and Central America ... More about Aleksander


Week 2: Word, Song, Masterpiece

 

Thea Lobo, Mezzo-Soprano

Hailed as "excellent", "impeccable", "limpidly beautiful", "impressive", "stunning", and "Boston's best", mezzo-soprano Thea Lobo has appeared under conductors Gunther Schuller, Harry Christophers, Martin Pearlman and Helmut Rilling, and has been featured by the Firebird Ensemble, Carmel Bach Festival, The Bermuda Festival, and Europäisches Musikfest Stuttgart ... More about Thea

 

Hannah Collins, Cello

Cellist Hannah Collins, winner of De Linkprijs 2010 for contemporary interpretation, is a dynamic performer and collaborator devoted to diverse forms of musical and multimedia expression.  With support from the Presser Foundation, Hannah spent 2009-2011 in France and The Netherlands researching and performing contemporary solo cello repertoire ...  More about Hannah


Week 3: Inside Bach's Coffeehouse

 

Katharine Dain, Soprano

American soprano, Katharine Dain, acclaimed for “thrilling,” “heart-piercing” performances, is becoming a sought-after concert and operatic artist in North America and Europe. 2015 highlights include a solo recital of Strauss, Marx, and Korngold in Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, a return to Ireland’s West Cork Chamber Music Festival, and her Italian debut in Luigi Nono Il Canto Sospeso with the Teatro Comunale di Bologna under the baton of Roberto Abbado ... More about Katharine




 

Matthew Anderson, Tenor

Matthew Anderson has been praised for the warm tenor voice and polished musicality he brings to oratorio, opera, and musical theater. He has appeared at the Aldeburgh Festival as a soloist in Bach’s St. Matthew Passion and at the Carmel Bach Festival, where he was featured as a 2010 Virginia Best Adams Fellow and a 2011 festival soloist in Bach’s St. John Passion ... More about Matthew

 

 

 

 

Ricardo Rivera, Baritone

MET Opera National Council Auditions Semi-Finalist, Baritone Ricardo Rivera has been extolled by critics for presenting "sensitive, beautiful, and emotionally powerful" portrayals with "unerring vocal control". This past March he made his Lyric Opera of Chicago debut in the world premiere of El pasado nunca se termina in the role of Acalan ... More about Ricardo