Tuesday, July 7 | 6:00PM

Don’t miss this unusual, gorgeously nuanced combination of instruments showcasing Beethoven’s charming early work inspired by Mozart and Poulenc’s beguiling Trio followed by his zesty, light-hearted Sextet.



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  • July



    06:00 PM

    Chamber Music Series


    Members of Dallas Symphony Orchestra
       Kara Kirkendoll Welch, flute
       Erin Hannigan, oboe
       Gregory Raden, clarinet
       Ted Soluri, bassoon
       Alexander Kienle, horn
    Anne-Marie McDermott, piano

    BEETHOVEN: Quintet for Piano and Winds, Op. 16 
    POULENC: Trio for Oboe, Bassoon, and Piano, Op. 43
    POULENC: Sextet for Piano and Winds 

Seating Chart

Program Details

BEETHOVEN: Quintet for Piano and Winds, Op. 16

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POULENC: Trio for Oboe, Bassoon, and Piano, Op. 43

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POULENC: Sextet for Piano and Winds

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Artist Bios

Kara Kirkendoll Welch

Kara Kirkendoll Welch, flute

Kara Kirkendoll Welch’s playing has been described inFanfare Magazine as “inspired…technique second to none…[Welch] coaxes her flute to produce the most gorgeous sounds.”

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Erin Hannigan

Erin Hannigan, oboe

Erin Hannigan is the Principal Oboe of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and was previously a member of the Rochester Philharmonic. She has been guest Principal Oboist with the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony and the St. Louis Symphony. 

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Gregory Raden

Gregory Raden, clarinet

Appointed Principal Clarinet of the Dallas Symphony in 1999, Gregory Raden has also served as Assistant Principal of the National Symphony Orchestra under Leonard Slatkin, Principal Clarinet of the Kennedy Center Opera Orchestra and Principal Clarinet of the Charleston Symphony. 

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Ted Soluri

Ted Soluri, bassoon

Ted Soluri became Principal Bassoon of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in 2015, in the Irene H. Wadel & Robert I. Atha, Jr. Chair. Prior to his appointment, he held the same position with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra for 11 years and the Santa Fe Opera for nine.

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Alexander Kienle

Alexander Kienle, horn

A native of Portland, Oregon, Alexander Kienle has performed as the Assistant Principal/Utility French horn at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra since 2014.

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Anne-Marie McDermott

Anne-Marie McDermott, Piano

Pianist and Bravo! Vail Artistic Director Anne-Marie McDermott is a consummate artist who balances a versatile career as a soloist and collaborator. She performs over 100 concerts a year in a combination of solo recitals, concerti, and chamber music. 

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Recommended Concerts

The Art of the Piano Trio

The Art of the Piano Trio, July 14

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Omer String Quartet

Omer String Quartet, July 21

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An Evening with Edgar Meyer

An Evening with Edgar Meyer, July 27

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Chamber Music Series FAQs

Where are the chamber music series performances held?

Bravo! Vail Chamber Music Series concerts at held at Donovan Pavilion, located at 1600 S Frontage Rd W, Vail, CO 81657.

What time do performances begin?

Concerts start promptly at 6:00PM. Doors open 30 minutes prior. Give yourself plenty of time to park and get to the venue. Latecomers will be escorted to seats by ushers at an appropriate interval.

Where do I park for Chamber Music Series performances?

Free parking is available at Donovan Pavilion.

How long do concerts last?

Concerts generally last 90 minutes to 2 hours including a scheduled intermission.

How do I buy tickets?

Tickets, passes, and gift certificates may be ordered in the following ways:
1. Online: bravovail.org
2. By phone 877.812.5700
3. In person: Bravo! Vail 2271 N Frontage Rd W Suite C, Vail, CO 81657 
Bravo! Vail accepts American Express, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover credit cards, cash, and checks. There is a $2 fee per ticket. Tickets are delivered by mail or email, or may be picked up at the Box Office.

What are the Box Office hours?

Bravo! Vail Box Office hours are Monday-Friday from 9AM to 4PM. During the Festival, hours include Saturday & Sunday from 10AM to 4PM. The Bravo! Vail Box Office can be reached at 877.812.5700. Tickets are also sold at the Donovan Pavilion one hour prior to concert.

Where is the Will Call window?

Will Call tickets may be picked up one hour prior to the concert at the Box Office table located to the right of the entrance of Donovan Pavilion.

Does Bravo! Vail offer group pricing?

Discounts for groups of 15 or more are available for select concerts. Please call 970.827.4316 for more information.

What if I buy tickets and cannot attend?

Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. You may release your tickets or leave them for a friend at Will Call by calling the Box Office.

What if I misplace or forget to bring my tickets?

There is no charge to reprint tickets. Please call 877.812.5700 before 3PM on the day of the performance or allow extra time to request new tickets from the Box Office at the venue. 

What is the seating plan?

Seating for Chamber Music Series concerts is general admission and is ADA (American Disability Act) accessible.

What food and beverages are available at the concert?

Food and beverages including beer and wine are available for purchase on the back patio prior to the concert and at intermission.

What should I wear?

There is no dress code for concerts.

What are some general rules of Chamber Series concert etiquette?

Please allow time for parking and seating. Concert attendees must silence all mobile devices prior to performances to not disrupt musicians and other patrons. Please limit conversations and other noisy activities during the performance. We recommend eating prior to the concert or at intermission. Parental supervision is required for all children attending Bravo! Vail concerts.

What is the Donovan Pavilion Child Policy?

Chamber Music Series concerts are very intimate. We strongly recommend that parents bring children aged six or older who are able to sit quietly through the entire performance.

What if I lose something at the concert?

Call the Bravo! Vail Box Office 970.827.5700 or the Donovan Pavilion 970.477.3699.

What if I still have questions?

Please contact the Box Office at 877.812.5700 Mon–Fri 9AM–4PM (and Sat–Sun 10AM-4PM during the Festival). 


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