Blue Mountain Festival

Dr.Luba Sindler is Artistic Director and one of the founders of Blue Mountain Festival, based in Lawrenceville, NJ. The festival is focused on introducing young people to the wonderful world of classical chamber music and encouraging students to explore and enjoy incredibly diverse repertoire, acquire new skills, and learn to collaborate with their peers under the leadership of world-class faculty.

2003 – Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
2004 – Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
2005 – Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville, NJ
2006 – Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville, NJ

The BMF opened the doors at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA, in 2003 and since then welcomed many students from all over the country and abroad to experience its unique blend of chamber music education and performance.The rigorous combination of coaching, practicing, rehearsals, performances, theory classes, workshops and hands-on presentations on simple solutions for technical and collaborative problems is a trademark of the Blue Mountain curriculum.

The performance series offers three faculty chamber music programs and guest performances and master classes ( the 2006 guest artist is a prominent Serbian pianist Boris Kraljevic). The students also present two concerts featuring the pieces they worked on during the festival. All activities are open to the public and promoted in the local media and community organizations. The visitors of the BMF students’ and faculty concerts will enjoy unique, theme-oriented and stimulating performances.

http://www.bluemountainfestival.org

Appearances

Blue Mountain Festival Concert Series, 2003-2006
Founder and Coordinator
“On Both Sides of the Iron Curtain”
“Bohemian Rhapsody ” 2003 “Romantic Gems”
“Russian Joys and Sorrows”
“Europe between the Wars” 2004
“Diversity of European Musical Tradition: Early Romantic Germans, Unknown Russians, Late Romantic French” 2005
"2006 Musical Milestones” 2006

Music Heritage Series, Bristol Chapel, Princeton, NJ 1997 – 2004
Founder and Coordinator
“Two Centuries of Russian Music” 1997-1998
“Hungarian Music and its Influence” 1998-1999
“Musical Cross-Currents” 1999-2000
“Unknown Romantics” 2000-2001
“Music of the Americas” 2001-2002
“European Musical Traditions” 2002-2003
“Dreams of Spain: Spanish Influence in European Music” 2003-2004

Sunday of Note Concert Series, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
Co-founder and Coordinator
“Women in Music” 2000-2001