Moab Music Festival - Music Hike II: Pain and Redemption

Sunday @ 8:00 am

Moab, UT, USA

Undisclosed concert location. Scenic, outdoor, wilderness setting.

Gig Details


Venue Details

1551 N Riverview Dr
Moab, UT 84532
(435) 259-7003
(435) 259-7003

Hikers, don your sunscreen and journey to a majestic spot in a magnificent secluded canyon ideal for acoustic music. Among our most popular events, these scenic hikes offer unparalleled musical intimacy and engagement with the artists. At the trailhead, a Canyonlands Field Institute naturalist familiarizes hikers with the terrain and leads them to the scenic concert location.

Cellist Jay Campbell curates a concert of unusual juxtapositions of the old and new, which looks forward to a brighter future after the past year’s hardships and sorrow. The program explores the emotional pain expressed in music from the Baroque composer Matteis and in Dowland’s Renaissance masterpieces. A recent string quartet by Caleb Burhans and Haydn’s  “Sunrise” quartet remind us that tomorrow may be full of joy.


Nicola Matteis Jr.:  Fantasia

John Dowland:  Flow my tears

Go Crystal Tears

Caleb Burhans: Contritus

Joseph Haydn: Quartet No. 63 in B Flat major, op. 76, no. 4 (”Sunrise”)


  • Corinne Winters, soprano
  • Jason Vieaux, guitar
  • Francisco Fullana, violin
  • Stefan Jackiw, violin
  • Ayano Ninomiya, violin
  • Rubén Rengel, violin
  • Leslie Tomkins, viola
  • Cindy Wu, violin, viola
  • Jay Campbell, cello
  • Tanya Tomkins, cello

Concert location: Undisclosed location. Scenic, outdoor, wilderness setting.

CHANGE: new location for check-in & parking: Aarchway Inn, 1551 N. Riverview Dr., in Moab, at the parking lot on the North side of the Aarchway Inn.

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