At Marlboro, They Come to the Vermont Woods to Play, Not To Perform : Slideshow

Saturday, July 23, 2011

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As the Marlboro Festival marks 60 years, a campus beautification project is underway
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Pianist Bruno Canino, violinist Ying Fu and cellist Matt Zalkind rehearse Shostakovich
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The Dining Hall at Marlboro, which doubles as an informal concert hall
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Soprano Susanna Phillips and musicians rehearse Zemlinsky's 'Maiblumen blühten überall'
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The student cafe, where socializing normally takes place
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High jinks are common at meal time in Marlboro. This Saturday night dinner featured a beach party theme.

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More Dinnertime shenanigans. Violinist Caroline Goulding is seated at left.
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Marlboro administrator Frank Salomon at the famous scheduling board
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A performance of Mendelssohn's String Quintet in A Major features violinists Bella Hristova and Nikki Chooi, violists Hélène Clément and Vicki Powell and cellist Peter Wiley.

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Audiences arrive for the opening night concert at Marlboro's 680-seat concert hall.
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Rudolph Serkin is Buried at Christ Church Cementary in Guilford, Vermont
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Christ Church Cementary in Guilford, Vermont

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