The festival combines an educational residency program featuring immersive master classes and coaching from distinguished faculty with evenings of classical music concerts open to the public. The emerging artists that attend the festival are hand-picked from around the world and include violinists, violists, cellists and pianists. “We’re thrilled to bring some of the world’s finest classical musicians to the Helderberg Hilltowns and to share their talent with the greater Capital Region and Hudson Valley. The High Peaks Festival is a unique opportunity to learn more about the history of classical composers and enjoy live performances against the beautiful backdrop of Albany County and the Catskill Mountains,” said Gareth Crawford, president of the Carey Institute for Global Good. “All events at the Carey Institute are open to the public and we encourage classical music fans from across the Northeast to attend these one-of-a-kind performances.” The mission of the Catskill High Peaks Festival is to infuse students with love and enthusiasm for their musical vocation, instill a spirit of musical adventure and discovery, and imbue an appreciation for past traditions. Overlooking the Catskill Mountains and the Hudson Valley, the Carey Institute’s historic 100-acre campus in Rensselaerville provides both solitude and inspiration to festival residents. “The exciting mix of established and revered performers and artists of tomorrow joining to present some of the gems of chamber music makes for an irresistible experience,” said Artistic Director Yehuda Hanani. “This summer we focus on the magic of Bach and his legacy, but there will magic in all aspects of the conjunction of young talent, great repertoire, and brilliant veteran performers.” This year’s festival features faculty concerts, moonlight sonatas by residents, public talks and a “Buddy Day” concert, in which High Peaks residents are paired with local students from musically underserved schools for a day of one on one lessons. The 2016 Catskill High Peaks theme of “Bach & His Lasting Legacy” celebrates the lasting musical contributions of the legendary composer with performances by violinist Peter Zazofsky, pianist Mikael Darmanie, cellist Yehuda Hanani and others. A full list of festival events is available at http://careyinstitute.org/event/catksill-high-peaks-music-festival/ .
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Virgil.iller, CEO of Sander Manufacturing and chair of GCs Board of Directors, affirmed the power of these Christian principles in his own life when visiting campus Feb. 1, 2002. The higher the state of life the more clearly do we find the positive action of Providence in the choice. Visit Websitehttp://aubreyramosart.denaliinstitute.org/2016/07/30/emerging-challenges-in-common-sense-strategies-of-interview-body-languageIf this were the case, God, who is infinitely good, would make His will known to every man in a way which could not be misunderstood. Religious cultures have attached differing implications to the word vocation Catholics using it to refer to religious service in the priesthood or monastic life, and Protestants equating it with work that you do to make a living. Popular usage links vocation with technical education programs, as in vo-tech schools. For it is better to marry than to be burnt” 1 Corinthians 7:9 . PivotPlanet gives you unparalleled access to working professionals in a chosen field. God’s message is consistent, sure, and irrefutable. Oliver O’Donovan points out that although work is a gift of creation, it is “ennobled into mutual service in the fellowship of Christ.” 11 Leland Ryken argues for seeing the call of God to a particular occupation as a reflection of the gospel call, and suggests that this implies vocational loyalty – “modern notions of job become deficient” and “the element of arbitrariness of one’s choice of work” is removed. 12 Since the establishment of Vocational Guidance in 1908 by the engineer Frank Parsons, the use of the term “vocation” has evolved, with emphasis shifting to an individual’s development of talents and abilities in the choice and enjoyment of a career. We choose again and enter yet another room with another set of doors.