Santa Cruz Baroque Festival Presents Caterina Lichtenberg

By Mandolin Cafe
March 2, 2009 - 6:00 am

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Santa Cruz Baroque Festival Presents Caterina Lichtenberg in Concert

Santa Cruz Baroque Festival Presents Caterina Lichtenberg in Concert

Santa Cruz, Calif. — The Santa Cruz Baroque Festival presents Bulgarian mandolin virtuoso Caterina Lichtenberg in concert at 7:30 p.m., March 14, 2009 at UCSC Music Center Recital Hall for the Baroque Festival's Concert II, The Natural Mandolin.

Joining Caterina will be Mesut Özgen on 19th-century & modern guitars, and Linda Burman-Hall on harpsichord & fortepiano.

In addition to the concert, an exclusive artist dinner with Ms. Lichtenberg and Mirko Schrader will be hosted by SCBF on Friday, March 13. This event is a pre-concert fundraiser with limited reserved seating only. Contact the SCBF for more information.

Caterina Lichtenberg is a sought-after artist and lecturer for national and international festivals and master classes. She was recently appointed to the position of professor at the Cologne University of Music, and currently holds the sole Professorship of Mandolin in the whole of Europe.

$22 general
$16 senior
$5 college student
$2 K-12
$40-$55 3-ticket Flex Passes
$65-$90 5-concert Season Subscriptions

Ticket Outlets:
SC Baroque Festival, (831) 457-9693
UCSC Ticket Office, (831) 459-2159

About the Santa Cruz Baroque Festival

Under the direction of early keyboard specialist Linda Burman-Hall, the Santa Cruz Baroque Festival has been presenting regular concerts since 1974, bringing early music to Santa Cruz and other California audiences in hundreds of concerts. Baroque music opens the world of historic sound, and can lead both musician and audience on countless voyages of musical discovery. Experimenting with "new" ideas about "old" instruments and music, our Festival performers virtually travel through time.

Additional information:
Santa Cruz Baroque Festival web site
Caterina Lichtenberg

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