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The Park City Beethoven Festival performances

Monday Classical Music in the Park City Bandstand, 6 p.m., free

July 16 and 23; Aug. 6, 13 and 20 Musicians are violinist Monte Belknap, violist Leslie Harlow, cellist Jeffrey Solow, pianist Robert Moeling and clarinetist Russell Harlow.

Thursday Artist Showcase in the Park City Community Church, 4501 S.R. 224, 7:30 p.m. Tickets may be purchased on line at pcmusicfestival.com or at the door the evening of the concert for $20 or $15 for students and senior citizens. Bring a Beethoven item and get a half-price discount.

  • July 19 Musicians are violinist Monte Belknap, violist Leslie Harlow, cellist Jeffrey Solow, pianist Robert Moeling and clarinetist Russell Harlow. Program will be the Cello Sonata of Shostakovich, Robert Schumann’s "Fairy Tales" for clarinet, viola and piano and Beethoven’s String Quartet Op 18 No. 1.
  • July 26 Musicians are violinists Paul Rosenthal and Alexander Woods, violist Leslie Harlow, cellist Mark Kosower, pianist Jee-Won Oh. clarinetist Russell Harlow and cellist Mark Kosower, soloist with the Cleveland Orchestra. will perform cello showpieces and then join Russell Harlow and Jee-Won Oh in the Trio by late Romantic composer Carl Freuling. The concert will conclude with the Beethoven String Quartet Op 74, "The Harp."
  • Aug. 2 Musicians are violinists Manuel Ramos and Monte Belknap, violist Leslie Harlow, cellist Julie Bevan, pianists Jeffrey Shumway and Doris Stevenson and clarinetist Russell Harlow. The program will be Beethoven’s "Moonlight" Sonata, the Viola Sonata of Shostakovich (based on the Moonlight Sonata), the "Sarabande et ThemeVarié" of Reynaldo Hahn and the incendiary Piano Trio by Maurice Ravel.

    Saturday Salon in a Beautiful Home Salon 6:30 p.m.

  • July 21 and 28; Aug. 4 The Park City Festival "Salon" concerts are presented in beautiful homes with light hors d’ oeuvres and drinks. Space is limited. Reservations are available on line or call the Festival at (435) 649-5309. Admission is a $50 donation. Contact lharlow@pcmusicfestival.com for details and information.

    Sunday Artist Showcase at Temple Har Shalom, 3700 Brookside Ct., 3 p.m. Tickets may be purchased on line at pcmusicfestival.com or at the door the evening of the concert for $20 or $15 for students and senior citizens. Bring a Beethoven item and get a half-price discount.

  • July 22 Sunday afternoon concerts are presented in the Temple Har Shalom, 3700 Brookside Court. Musicians are violinist Monte Belknap, violist Leslie Harlow, cellist Jeffrey Solow, pianist Robert Moeling, clarinetist Russell Harlow and soprano Serena Kanig Benish. Program will be Schubert’s "Shepherd On The Rock," and works by Schumann and the great Brahms Piano Quartet Op 60 in C. Tickets may be purchased on line at pcmusicfestival.com or at the door the evening of the concert for $20 and $15 for students and seniors citizens.
  • July 29 Musicians are violinists Paul Rosenthal and Alexander Woods, violist Leslie Harlow, pianist Doris Stevenson, tenor Tyler Nelson and clarinetist Russell Harlow. Paul Rosenthal and Doris Stevenson will present exciting showpieceswill for violin and piano. Next will be "Six Studies In English Folk Song" and "On Wenlock Edge" by English composer Ralph Vaughn-Williams for clarinet and string quartet. The finale will be Mozart’s piano quartet in g major.
  • Aug. 5 Musicians are violinists Manuel Ramos and Monte Belknap, violist Leslie Harlow, cellist Julie Bevan, pianists Jeffrey Shumway and Doris Stevenson and clarinetist Russell Harlow. The program will be "Carmen Fantasy" by Sarasate for violin and piano, Beethoven’s String Quartet Op 59 No. 1 and the Piano Quintet of Shostakovich.

    Midway Concert at the Zermatt Resort, 784 West Resort Dr., Midway. Tickets are $20 adults and $15 for students and senior citizens at the door. Bring a Beethoven item and get a half-price discount.

  • July 27 Musicians are violinists Paul Rosenthal and Alexander Woods, clarinetist Russell Harlow, violist Leslie Harlow, cellist Mark Kosower and pianist Jee-Won Oh.