Saturday, July 23  |  6:30PM

Voice and the Violin with Joshua Bell and Larisa Martínez at Charles Krug

With a career spanning almost four decades, Grammy Award-winning violinist Joshua Bell is one of the most celebrated artists of our time. He is joined by his musical collaborator (and wife), the internationally acclaimed soprano Larisa Martínez. Together they perform a program of opera arias and orchestral classics arranged by them for voice, violin, and orchestra, with Constantine Orbelian conducting Festival Orchestra Napa.

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Artists

Larisa Martínez
Larisa Martínez

Internationally-acclaimed soprano Larisa Martínez is widely regarded as one of the most exciting talents of her generation. In the past three years, she has made debuts at the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, and the Hollywood Bowl, as well as with the Chicago Symphony.
 

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Joshua Bell
Joshua Bell

With a career spanning more than thirty years as a soloist, chamber musician, recording artist, and conductor, Joshua Bell is one of the most celebrated violinists of his era, and has frequently been a featured artist at Festival Napa Valley. 

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Constantine Orbelian
Constantine Orbelian

Opera Classic magazine called Constantine Orbelian the best vocal conductor of our time. Born in San Francisco, Orbelian has performed (on piano) and conducted orchestras all over the world, and was recently named Music Director of the New York City Opera.

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Venue

Charles Krug

Napa Valley’s oldest winery, Charles Krug has been owned and operated by the Peter Mondavi, Sr. family for four generations.  The winery’s award winning newly restored Redwood Cellar Tasting Room and Hospitality Center is a warm, inviting space blending heritage with contemporary design. The National Historical Landmark, originally built in 1872, features reclaimed clear heart redwood from the family’s original wine tanks, stone and open beam construction, windows on the working Family Reserve cellar, and a large welcoming bar and lounge.
Charles Krug