International Music Festival of the Adriatic

The International Music Festival of the Adriatic (IMFA) takes place every summer. String players, pianists, singers, and composers in the program will experience three weeks of collaborative music making in the inspirational setting of the United World College of the Adriatic in Duino, Italy. This diverse region of Italy enjoys a blend of Italian, Slovenian, and Austro-Hungarian culture, making it a wonderful region in which to explore and to perform a wide variety of music. To learn more about the program, visit the IMFA website.

Another picture from Trieste, Tara is in the middle

We're ALL Beautiful

Today we have a blog from Tara, a violist here at IMFA that is about to start graduate school at the University of Utah for viola performance and pedagogy. She's in my Dubois quartet, and along with being an excellent viola player, she's known her as a beast when it comes to soccer playing.

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Watching Tosca in Trieste!

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Ciao! My name is Sarah Bauer. I’m a cellist from Luther College and am currently one of 39 students at IMFA (International Music Festival of the Adriatic) in Duino, Italy. For those of you who have no idea what IMFA is, which is probably most of you, I thought I’d lead you through an average day here at the festival.

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