SR 563


Acclaimed Guest Artists

The Ahn Trio

Lamar Alsop, violinist

Luis Biava, conductor

Chris Brubeck, jazz musician

Calder Quartet

Canadian Brass, brass quintet

Norman Carol, violinist

Sarah Chang, violinist

Che-Hung Chen, violist

Claremont Trio

The Corigliano Quartet, string quartet

Dennis Russell Davies, conductor

Arturo Delmoni, violinist

Gloria DePasquale, cellist

Igudesman and Joo, duo

Imani Winds

Benny Kim, violinist

The Lionsgate Trio, piano trio

Robert Lipsett, violinist

The Low Brass Project

Michelle Kim, violinist

Midori, violinist

The Miró Quartet, string quartet

Ricardo Morales, clarinetist

Riccardo Muti, conductor

New Orford Quartet

Oenso String Quartet

Leonard Slatkin, conductor

Time for Three, string trio

Triple Play

The Ying Quartet, string quartet

Frederick Zlotkin, cellist


The Ahn Trio

Beth Graham, horn, Warsaw Philharmonic

Jennifer Haas, violin,
    The Philadelphia Orchestra

Christopher Pell, clarinet, 
    Louisiana Philharmonic

Elizabeth Pitcairn, violin soloist

Gareth Zehngut, viola, Minnesota Orchestra

Glen Inanga, pianist,
    Cayman Arts Festival co-founder

Distinguished Guest Composers

Founded in 1980 by Philadelphia Orchestra cellist Bert Phillips and Steinway pianist Toby Blumenthal, Luzerne Music Center aims to provide world-class music instruction for gifted young musicians in a summer camp environment regardless of their financial circumstance. Musicians ages 9 to 18 come from all over the world to train at LMC's campus located in the foothills of New York’s Adirondack Park.

The campus, established in 1909 as “Camp Tekakwitha,” is 20 wooded acres consisting of recreational facilities, student cabins, faculty housing, a charming Adirondack performance lodge, an outdoor performance shed, practice building, dining hall, administration building and a natural sandy beachfront on Lake Luzerne.

Since inception, LMC has maintained strong relations with musicians of the Philadelphia Orchestra and New York City Ballet. Both Junior and Senior session students regularly visit the Saratoga Performing Arts Center to enjoy world-class performances by these ensembles, among others. Each August, LMC invites several Philadelphia Orchestra musicians to campus for a one-week residency, which includes a side-by-side orchestral reading, masterclasses and sectionals.

At LMC, students study music theory and rhythm, train in small and large ensembles, receive daily chamber music coaching, and weekly private lessons. Our students perform on- and off-campus throughout the summer, and train in a nurturing environment balanced by hard work and enriching group activities.