The season is set with FIVE programs, EIGHTEEN world-class musicians and FOUR hosting cities. Artistic Director Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio is ready to strike that first note at the first concert on July 6 as Cactus Pear Music Festival blasts off for another spectacular season of sizzlin' chamber music.
CPMF's San Antonio concert location has changed. We are now being hosted by Concordia Lutheran located at 16801 Huebner Road, San Antonio, TX 78258 (1604 at Huebner) with concerts starting at 7:30 pm. Parking is free and ample. We are pleased to add Wimberley, Texas, to our list of Hill Country cities as we perform there on Thursday, July 6, 7pm at Chapel in the Hills located at 14601 Ranch Road 12 North (next to the new HEB). And we are back in Boerne for 3 concerts as well as returning to New Braunfels with one performance. (see our full schedule below)
PROGRAM NOTES: Click here for the season's program notes
FESTIVAL ARTISTS: Click here to see the line up of this season's musicians
THE FESTIVALOGRAPHY: please click her to check out the extensive repertoire.
Kevin Puts - Aria (2000) • performed in 2016 with violinist Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio and pianist Ryo Yanagitani
SCHEDULE FOR ALL FESTIVAL EVENTS
PROGRAM 1: LETTER PERFECT B’s: Beethoven, Brahms, Beach & Bonis
Thursday, July 6, Wimberley • Chapel in the Hills – 7 pm
Friday, July 7, San Antonio • Concordia Lutheran – 7:30 pm
PROGRAM 2: 100% GUARANTEED: Mystery & Romance
Saturday, July 8, San Antonio • Concordia Lutheran – 7:30 pm
Sunday, July 9, Boerne • First United Methodist Church – 3 pm
PROGRAM 3: CERTIFIABLY SCINTILLATING: Seductive Saxophones
Presenting Bel Cuore Quartet in one concert only
Sunday, July 9, Boerne • First United Methodist Church – 7 pm
PROGRAM 4: COMBO SPECIAL: Winds, with Strings Attached
Friday, July 14, San Antonio • Concordia Lutheran – 7:30 pm
PROGRAM 5: HANDCRAFTED…In Far & Distant Lands
Thursday, July 13, New Braunfels • First United Methodist Church – 7 pm
Saturday, July 15, San Antonio • Concordia Lutheran – 7:30 pm
Sunday, July 16, Boerne • First United Methodist Church – 3 pm
MAIN CONCERT VENUES
SAN ANTONIO • NEW LOCATION — Concordia Lutheran, 16801 Huebner Road, San Antonio TX 78258 (Huebner & 1604)
WIMBERLEY • NEW LOCATION — Chapel in the Hills, 14601 Ranch Road 12 North, Wimberley TX 78676
(next to the new HEB)
BOERNE • First United Methodist Church, 205 James Street
NEW BRAUNFELS • First United Methodist Church, 572 W. San Antonio Street
The San Antonio concerts at Concordia Lutheran are sponsored in part by
the City of San Antonio's Department of Arts and Culture.
YPC's: Young Peoples Concerts
These YPC concerts are free and open to the public every summer! A few of the five festival concert programs are presented in shortened form by the festival artists who make the performances fun and educational for children. During our festival season, RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR GROUPS OF SIX OR MORE! Please call (210) 838-2218 for group reservations.
Wednesday, July 5, 2017 at 2pm • Boerne
First United Methodist Church, 205 James Street, Boerne
Letter Perfect B's: selections by Beethoven, Brahms, Beach & Bonis
Cookie decorating for children after concert by Bear Moon Bakery
Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 7pm • San Antonio
Second Baptist Church Community Center, 3301 East Commerce Street, San Antonio
Handcrafted…In Far & Distant Lands: selections by Villa-Lobos, Golijov, Turnbull and more
Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 3pm • New Braunfels
McKenna Event Center, 801 W. San Antonio Street, New Braunfels
Combo Special: Winds, with Strings Attached Selections by Mozart, Britten, Dvorak and others
Cookie decorating for children after concert by Friends of CPMF
FREE Young Artist Program [YAP] Concert
Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 3pm • San Antonio
Concordia Lutheran Church, 16801 Huebner Road, San Antonio, TX 78258 (Huebner & 1604)
The Young Artist Program Fellows will perform their entire repertoire at this final YAP concert.
First come, first served.
This Young Artist Program concert at Concordia Lutheran as well as additional YAP outreach performances
during the festival are sponsored in part by the City of San Antonio's Department of Arts and Culture.
For this season's artists and their biographies, please click on the picture above to take you there.