Much of this year’s Ojai Music Festival, which begins next week, will be streamed live and archived online in broadcast quality HD. It’s free at www.ojaifestival.org. You can watch and listen on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop. Here’s the schedule for the live feeds. Times are PDT:

Thursday, June 11 

OJAI TALKS
11:00am-1:30pm, Ojai Valley Community Church (907 El Centro Street)

Ara Guzelimian, Ojai Talks director

Part I: The world of percussion with Steven Schick
Part II: Composition as Performance and Theatre with John Luther Adams and Roland Auzet

EVENING CONCERT PART I
6:00pm-7:00pm, Libbey Bowl (210 South Signal Street)

ICE
Steven Schick, conductor
Calder Quartet
Bartók Boulez I
PIERRE BOULEZ/Dérive I
BÉLA BARTÓK/ String Quartet No. 1
BARTÓK /String Quartet No. 2

EVENING CONCERT PART II
8:00pm-10:00pm, Libbey Bowl (210 South Signal Street)

ICE
red fish blue fish
Claire Chase, flute
Gloria Cheng and Vicki Ray, pianos
Mellissa Hughes, soprano
Steven Schick, conductor

EDGARD VARÈSE/Intégrales
VARÈSE/Ionisation
VARÈSE/Density 21.5
VARÈSE/Déserts (with tape)
CARLOS CHAVEZ /Toccata for Percussion
ALBERTO GINASTERA/Cantata para América Mágica

Friday, June 12

OJAI TALKS
11:30am-2:00pm, Ojai Valley Community Church (907 El Centro Street)

Ara Guzelimian, Ojai Talks director

Part I: One-on-One with Claire Chase of ICE
Part II: One-on-One with Wu Man, including the documentary film “Discovering a Musical Heartland: Wu Man’s Return to China”

EVENING CONCERT PART I
6:00-7:00pm, Libbey Bowl (210 South Signal Street)
Calder Quartet
Joshua Rubin, clarinet

Bartók Boulez II
BÉLA BARTÓK/String Quartet No. 3
PIERRE BOULEZ/Dialogue de l’ombre double
BARTÓK/String Quartet No. 5

EVENING CONCERT PART II
8:00pm-9:30pm, Libbey Bowl (210 South Signal Street)

Steven Schick, solo percussion

IANNIS XENAKIS/Rebonds
KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN/Zyklus
KAIJA SAARIAHO/Six Japanese Gardens
DAVID LANG/The Anvil Chorus
LEI LIANG/Trans
VINKO GLOBOKAR/?Corporel
XENAKIS/Psappha

FREE OJAI LATE NIGHT
10:00-11:30pm, Libbey Bowl (210 South Signal Street)

Maya Beiser, cello
Steven Schick, percussion
OSVALDO GOLIJOV/Mariel
MICHAEL HARRISON/Just Ancient Loops
with film by Bill Morrison
ROLAND AUZET/La Cathédrale de misère (American Premiere)
Staged version of Ursonate by Kurt Schwitters
Roland Auzet, director

Saturday, June 13

MORNING CONCERT
11:00am-12:45pm, Libbey Bowl (210 South Signal Street)

Gloria Cheng and Vicki Ray, piano
Mellissa Hughes, soprano
ICE
red fish blue fish
Steven Schick. conductor

OLIVIER MESSIAEN/Visions de l’amen
MAURICE RAVEL/Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé: Soupir
PIERRE BOULEZ/Improvisation sur Mallarme I: Le vierge, le vivace et le bel aujourd’hui
RAVEL/Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarme: Placet futile
BOULEZ/Improvisation sur Mallarme II: Une dentelle s’abolit
RAVEL/Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé: Surgi de la croupe et du bond

EVENING CONCERT PART I
6:00pm-7:00pm, Libbey Bowl (210 South Signal Street)

Calder Quartet
Claire Chase, flute
Jacob Greenberg, piano
Bartók Boulez III
BÉLA BARTÓK/String Quartet No. 4
PIERRE BOULEZ/ Sonatine for flute and piano
BARTÓK/String Quartet No. 6

EVENING CONCERT PART II
8:00-10:00pm, Libbey Bowl (210 South Signal Street)

ICE
Renga
Peter Evans, trumpet
Wu Man, pipa
Steven Schick, conductor

RAND STEIGER/Template for Improvising Trumpeter and Ensemble
GEORGE LEWIS/The Will to Adorn
IANNIS XENAKIS/Thallein
JULIA WOLFE/Four Marys (string orchestra version) (World Premiere)
LOU HARRISON/Concerto for Pipa with String Orchestra

FREE OJAI LATE NIGHT
10:30-11:30pm, Libbey Bowl (210 South Signal Street)

ICE
Renga
Steven Schick, conductor
JOHN LUTHER ADAMS/Become River (West Coast Premiere)
AARON COPLAND/Appalachian Spring (chamber version)

Sunday, June 14

MORNING CONCERT
11:00am-1:00pm, Libbey Bowl (210 South Signal Street)

Maya Beiser, cello
Wu Man, pipa
Calder Quartet
red fish blue fish
MOHAMMED FAIROUZ/Kol Nidrei
CHINARY UNG/Khse Buon
HUIRAN WANG/Dance of the Yi People
WU MAN Leaves Flying in Autumn
BRIGHT SHENG/Three Songs for Pipa and Cello
TAN DUN/Elegy: Snow in June for cello and percussion quartet
GABRIELA LENA FRANK/¡Chayraq!
EVAN ZIPORYN/Sulvasutra

EVENING CONCERT
5:30-7:30pm, Libbey Bowl (210 South Signal Street)
ICE
Steven Schick, conductor
Gloria Cheng and Vicki Ray, pianos
Joseph Pereira and Steven Schick, percussion

Bartók Boulez IV

PIERRE BOULEZ/Dérive 2 (2009 version)
BÉLA BARTÓK/Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion

(photo: courtesy of Ojai Music Festival)

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