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Folias Duo at Music of the Spheres
August 10 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm$50 – $199
Folias Duo performs at Lick Observatory on the summit of Mount Hamilton in Santa Clara County, CA.
“Music of the Spheres” concert series is held annually as part of a Summer Series held each year to bring world class musicians to the summit of Mount Hamilton for a musical night to remember.
A concert (approx. 1 hour)
Astronomy talk by world-renowned scientists
Viewing through the historic 36-inch Great Lick Refractor telescope
Viewing through the 40-inch Nickel Reflector telescope
Astronomy discussions with amateur astronomers with small telescopes
General Admission: $50.00
Ticket includes concert seating, astronomy lecture, view through the Great Refractor telescope, view through the Nickel Telescope and souvenir wine glass or mug.
Preferred Guest: $90.00
Ticket includes preferred concert seating, astronomy lecture, preferred viewing through the Great Refractor telescope, preferred viewing through the Nickel Telescope, souvenir wine glass or mug, 20% discount at the gift shop.
Ticket includes private group tour of the Shane Telescope before the concert, catered buffet dinner with wine in our historic Dining Hall, front center concert seating, astronomy lecture, priority viewing through the 36-inch Great Refractor, priority viewing through the 40-inch Nickel Telescope, souvenir wine glass or mug and 20% Discount at our gift shop.
Folias Duo consists of flutist Carmen Maret and guitarist Andrew Bergeron. For the past fifteen years, this husband and wife duo has established themselves as one of the world’s premier composer/performer ensembles for flute and guitar.
Having composed more than fifty original compositions for this intimate combination, Folias Duo’s performances have taken them to venues throughout the United States, Europe and South America. Bergeron and Maret have a fearless approach to developing new repertoire, an expertise for Argentine tango, and a passion for South American folk, jazz and world music. As Fanfare Magazine writes: “Carmen Maret and Andrew Bergeron are facile players…they draw on tango rhythms and melodies sometimes; at other times they write with a scenic sensitivity, mysterious, charming, evocative.”