Jamie Clark And Kenny Lee Announce 2022 Flatirons Chamber Music Festival

Jamie Clark and Kenny Lee, Co-Founders and Co-Artistic Directors, announce the 2022 Season of the Flatirons Chamber Music Festival.

The Flatirons Chamber Music Festival, a non-profit based in Boulder, Colorado, brings together internationally acclaimed musicians from around the world. Through vibrant collaboration and rich community engagement, FCMF strives to cross cultural, geographic, and temporal divides between performers, composers, and audience members, inspiring dynamic interaction within the entire Festival community.    

This season, the festival will feature three primary performances in a variety of community-oriented settings.  These performances will highlight interactive programs of the highest caliber of chamber music while striving to break down barriers often associated with the concert hall.    

Further underscoring the current relevance of classical music, the Festival features World Premieres by our two Composers-In-Residence Benjamin Park and Nima Janmohammadi, connecting classical music with present-day life experience, venue, and occasion.

2022 Concerts:

Thursday, June 16 | 6:00pm
Crossing Cultures
On Broadway Salon & Spa

Friday, June 17 | 7:30pm
The Poets Speak
Gordon Gamm Theatre | Dairy Arts Center

Sunday, June 19 | 4:00pm
A Father’s Gift
Gordon Gamm Theatre | Dairy Arts Center

2022 Artists:

Jamie Clark – Co-Founder/Co-Artistic Director, Cello
Kenny Lee – Co-Founder/Co-Artistic Director, Cello
Patrick Yim – Violin
Deborah Song – Violin
Celia Hatton – Viola
Marta Lambert – Viola
Sophie Scolnik-Brower – Piano
Benjamin Park – Composition
Nima Janmohammadi – Composition and Setar

All festival information can be found at http://www.flatironscmf.org

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