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9:00 am

Lariss Dedova Master Class

Tickets for Recitals only: $60 GA / $35 students/senior citizens
Tickets for recitals & master classes: $85 GA / $45 students/senior citizens

12:30 pm

Join this year's IPF artists for the festival's best kept secret – an informal luncheon/panel discussion/Q&A on all things "piano." Admission includes boxed lunch. Advanced purchase ensures reserved meal of your choice.

2:00 pm

A killer comedy by Robert Wuhl

Directed by Steven W. Wallace and Robert Wuhl

In the screwball traditions of Preston Sturges and the Coen Brothers, Hit Lit is a romantic comedy set in today's dog-eat-dog publishing world in New York City. Hit Lit tells the story of Phoebe Saint-Anne, an ambitious young executive desperate to make a name for herself by coming up with a best-selling book. When she mistakenly witnesses what she thinks is a murder, she seizes this opportunity and hires the “hit-man” to write his autobiography.

Abbey Simon Master Class

Tickets for Recitals only: $60 GA / $35 students/senior citizens
Tickets for recitals & master classes: $85 GA / $45 students/senior citizens

7:30 pm

"Darknesse Visible”

DEBUSSY: Suite Bergamasque
BRITTEN/Stevenson: Peter Grimes Fantasy
ADES: Darknesse Visible RAVEL: La Valse
SCHUBERT: Sonata in A Major, D.959

The title “Darknesse Visible” refers to the fact that all the pieces reflect an awareness of what lies beneath: The moonlight of the Debussy, the Dowland poem underneath the Ades, the harrowing story of human frailty in Peter Grimes, the seductive and deadly underbelly of the exuberant waltz of Ravel, and the desperate cry of the slow movement in the otherwise open-hearted Schubert sonata.

 

Tickets for Recitals only: $60 GA / $35 students/senior citizens
Tickets for recitals & master classes: $85 GA / $45 students/senior citizens

8:00 pm

A killer comedy by Robert Wuhl

Directed by Steven W. Wallace and Robert Wuhl

In the screwball traditions of Preston Sturges and the Coen Brothers, Hit Lit is a romantic comedy set in today's dog-eat-dog publishing world in New York City. Hit Lit tells the story of Phoebe Saint-Anne, an ambitious young executive desperate to make a name for herself by coming up with a best-selling book. When she mistakenly witnesses what she thinks is a murder, she seizes this opportunity and hires the “hit-man” to write his autobiography.