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Kayleen Asbo

Member Since: Monday, November 17, 2014
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SYMPHONY
ROMANTIC DREAMS AT THE MENDOCINO MUSIC FESTIVAL
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Romanticism, contrary to many popular perceptions, wasn’t simply about diving into the habitat of the heart. Romanticism began as a literary movement that elevated the power of nature as a transcendent force and sought with keen nostalgia to rediscover the wisdom of the past. The Romantics in both literature and music embraced the emotional extremities of Dionysian drama, both tragedy and comedy, as a source of revelation.

Mendocino Music Festival’s July 24th concert in the large tent f... more

RECITAL
OF ANGELS, DEMONS AND ENCORES
Thursday, July 14, 2016
Each successive event at this summer’s Mendocino Music Festival has brought an unfolding cornucopia of delights. Elements of the exceptional three previous classical programs coalesced July 14 into a magnificent and singular tour de force when pianist Robert Henry traversed the entire topography of the keyboard while offering humor, personal warmth, intimacy and musical perfection. It was an afternoon that braved every extremity of dynamics, technical demands and emotional landscapes. Evoking a... more

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ANGUISH AND TRIUMPH IN MENDOCINO FESTIVAL'S BIG TENT
Sunday, July 10, 2016
The Mendocino Music Festival is highlighting Beethoven this summer, and July 10’s program in the tent could have appropriately borrowed the subtitle from Jan Swafford’s 2014 biography of the composer, Anguish and Triumph.

The Festival’s second classical concert paired two Beethoven works with Tchaikovsky’s brooding Fifth Symphony in E Minor, Op. 64. It was an apt pairing, showing both sides of the two mercurial composers, each of whom were both plagued by acute despair, struggle... more

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