Vail Interfaith Chapel
Free - Reservation Required
Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm For Assistance
Lucy Wang, violin
Hao Zhou, violin
Aiden Kane, viola
Tate Zawadiuk, cello
Dominic Cheli, piano
Chaeyoung Park, piano
BEETHOVEN Piano Quartet in E-flat major
FRANCK Piano Quintet
The Community Concert is performed at the Vail Interfaith Chapel. This free concert requires a reservation. Click Buy Tickets to begin the process.
Viano Quartet, First Prize winners of the 2019 Banff International String Quartet Competition, is composed of Lucy Wang and Hao Zhou, violins, Aiden Kane, viola, and Tate Zawadiuk, cello.
Dominic Cheli (piano), first prize winner of the 2017 Concert Artists Guild Competition, recently gave his Carnegie Hall recital debut.
Chaeyoung Park (piano), born in South Korea, moved to Kansas at age ten.
Viano Quartet, First Prize winners of the 2019 Banff International String Quartet Competition, is composed of Lucy Wang and Hao Zhou, violins, Aiden Kane, viola, and Tate Zawadiuk, cello. Formed in 2015 at the Colburn Conservatory of Music, where they have been Ensemble-in-Residence, the quartet will be in residence at the Meadows School of Music at Southern Methodist University through the 2022-23 season. The ensemble has performed in Wigmore Hall, Place Flagey, Konzerthaus Berlin, and Segerstrom Center for the Arts, and in
2019-20 they debuted in Paris, Bremen, Vancouver, and Beijing among other cities.
Dominic Cheli (piano), first prize winner of the 2017 Concert Artists Guild Competition, recently gave his Carnegie Hall recital debut. The St. Louis native recently debuted at the Ravinia Festival, Mostly Mozart Festival, and Virginia Arts Festival, and performed with Pianist Orli Shaham at Le Poisson Rouge. He recently recorded his second CD, on Naxos, of music of Liszt/Schubert; his first CD featured music of Clementi. Upcoming engagements include appearances with the Seattle Symphony, Ravinia, his debut at Alice Tully Hall, and recitals in Philadelphia and Washington D.C.
Chaeyoung Park (piano), born in South Korea, moved to Kansas at age ten. In 2019 she was the first female Korean pianist ever to take First Place in the Hilton Head International Piano Competition. She made her solo recital debut at Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall with the Hilton Head Symphony. She has performed with the Juilliard chamber orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic, Utah Symphony, New Millennium Symphony, Canton Symphony, and all major orchestras in Kansas. Her debut album on the Steinway label features the complete set of Ligeti’s Musica Ricercata and Brahms’s Third Piano Sonata.
Is this a ticketed event?
Yes. While these events are free, you will need to make a reservation for each attendee.
The ticket reservation process is very similar to purchasing tickets. Click here for more information about reservations.
We will begin taking reservations in June.
Is there food or beverage available at these events?
How early should I arrive for this event?
Seating area opens 30 minutes prior to the advertised concert start time.
Is it open seating?
Yes, seats are first-come first-serve.
For Community Concerts at the Vail Interfaith Chapel, once venue capacity is reached, the doors will be closed.
For Community Concerts on the Bravo! Vail Music Box, it will an outdoor performance at a local park, and we encourage you to bring your own blankets and lawn chairs.
What can I expect in terms of health and safety protocols?
As permitted by current State of Colorado and Eagle County guidelines, the Bravo! Vail Music Festival is operating at up to 100 percent capacity, without any social distancing or mask requirements. If you are not comfortable with this approach, although we will miss your presence, we ask that you consider not attending at this time.
Face coverings at Community Concerts will be optional. All individuals, whether they choose to wear a face covering or not, will be welcomed and respected.
Capacity at performance venues will be at or near 100 percent with no social distancing requirements.
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What are some general rules of 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. Parental supervision is required for all children attending Bravo! Vail concerts.
Any forms of audio or video recording (mobile phone, camera, video camera, iPad) are prohibited at these events.
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