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100 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Aug. 8 -Aug. 14, 2003 Chamber Music Festival tuning up for Aug. 17 event By Jen Ellingsworth Musicians will travel from as far as Paris to perform in the inau- gural Lewes Chamber Music Fes- tival at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 17 at Bethel United Methodist Church in Lewes. The event will offer its audience a unique listen at six gifted young musicians hailing from the likes of Curtis In- stitute of Music, Juilliard, Peabody and Toronto's Royal Conservatory. Violinists Shunsuke Sate, Jonathan Kim and Elena Urioste will join cellist Daniel Penrith, pi- anist Tome Matsuo and violist Mark Holloway for the event. Tickets are $15 for general admis- sion; $5 for students. A meet-the- musicians dessert reception will follow. , The concert is th culmination of years of work by composer Sheridan Seyfried of Philadelphia and Rehoboth Beach. A student at the Curtis Institute of Music, Seyfried began studying music four years ago under the direction of James Grant of Rehoboth Beach and currently studies com- position with Jennifer Higdon at Curds. He is the recipient of an American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Young Composers Award and a 2002 Presidential Scholar in the Arts. His works have been com- missioned by orchestras from Minnesota and Alabama to Philadelphia and he has per- formed at the Kennedy Center. New commissions for Seyfried include a work for solo cello and a choral work for Orchestra 2001 in Philadelphia. He also com- posed the score for the independ- ent film "Pandora," currently be- ing screened at international fdm festivals. Violinist Sate has toured the world, working with conductors including Christopher Hogwood, Phillippe Entremont and David Zinman. He has appeared as a recitalist at many international venues, including Carnegie Hall, Thursday Continued from page !18 ment; and farm equipment show with antique tractor pull. Satur- day's concerts include The Fun- stets at 5 and 7 p.m., and Dakkota at 6 and 8 p.m. Contact the Cham- ber for ticket outlet information. Lots of food, craft and public service vendors are set up all three days. Free children's entertain- merit on Friday and Saturday will be offered by Mediacom, PNC Bank and the Millsboro Police Department. Millsbort's merchants offer summer sales throughout town. The festival Will close with a fire- works display sponsored by the Millsboro Dairy Queen. For details, contact the chamber at 934-6777 or via email at Mills- boro@intereom.net. Sato has toured the world, working with many noteworthy conductors. the Louvre and Suntory Hall in Tokyo. His performances in 2002-2003 included solos with the St. Petersburg, Tokyo Metro- politan, Copenhagen, Monte Car- le,: Beethoven Academie in Bel- gium and Singapore Symphony Orchestras. Sato will travel to Lewes from Paris to perform works by Mozart and Bach on the 1725 "Willhelmj" Stradivarius, loaned to him by the Nippon Mu- sic Foundation. Violinist Urioste, a previous winner of the Philadelphia Or- chestra concerto competition, was named winner of the prestigious Sphinx competition this past spring. As a Sphinx laureate, Ele- Urioste was named win- ner of the prestigious Sphinx competition. na has soloed this summer with the Detroit and Atlanta Sympho- ny Orchestras and the Boston Pops. Next season she will appear with the Cleveland and Baltimore Symphony Orchestras. Her per- formance with the Pittsburgh Symphony will be nationally broadcast on National Public Ra- dio's "From the Top". Elena will study with Joseph Silverstein at the Curtis Institute this fall. At the Aug. 17 concert, she will perform the work of Seyfried. Pianist Matsuo, who studies with Toronto Royal Conservato- ry's John Perry, spent this past year at Juilliard. He is the winner of many awards, including Chica- Pianist Matsuo will per, form Mephisto Waltz and Alborada del Gracioso. go's Steinberg Piano competition and the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts scholar- ship. Tomo will perform Liszt's Mephisto Waltz and Ravel's Alb- orada del Gracioso. Violist Holloway studies with the Guarneri Quartet's Michael Tree at Curtis. Penrith, a cellist, was a winner of the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Competition for Young Artists. Holloway and Penrith will join Urioste and gifted Peabody Institute violinist Kim in the area premiere performance of Seyfried's ASCAP award-win- ning Pro and Contra for string quartet. Seyfried studies composi- tion with Jennifer Higdon at Curtis. Slots of Fun! 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