The Peninsula Music Festival (musicfestival.com) has announced its 2022 symphony-series lineup.
The Aug. 2 opening concert will feature works by Beethoven, with guests David Danzmayr as conductor and Inna Faliks on piano. Danzmayr will return for the Aug. 4 performance of works by Anton Bruckner and Camille Saint-Säens, with Benjamin Beilman on violin. Ward Stare will be the guest conductor Aug. 6, with music by Richard Strauss, Mendelssohn and Brahms, with guest Drew Petersen on piano.
Stare will also conduct the Aug. 9 performance of work by Beethoven, Haydn and Vivaldi, with guest musicians Susanna Self on flute and Simone Porter on violin. The Aug. 11 concert will feature work by Bernstein, Gershwin and Tchaikovsky, with Marcelo Lehninger as guest conductor and Stewart Goodyear on piano.
Yaniv Dinur will be the guest conductor for the Aug. 16 performance of works by Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich and Brahms, with Oliver Herbert on cello. On Aug. 18, featured composers include Mendelssohn and Beethoven, with guest conductor Rune Bergmann at the podium and Bella Hristova on violin. The concert series will end Aug. 20 with music by Nordic composers Sibelius, Grieg and Carl Nielsen, featuring Peter Jablonski on piano and Bergmann returning as conductor.