Summer Festival

At Home

While we are disappointed that we won’t be able to gather in person this summer, we’re proud to announce our 2020 Summer Festival At Home. For five consecutive Sundays beginning July 26, we will present a new program that will be up for a full week. All programs are drawn from some of our favorite performances, and each concert will open with a welcome and introduction from Artistic Director Marya Martin, and will include interviews with featured performers or composers. Please reserve your spot and you will receive special reminders.

 

We hope you enjoy the programs, and we ask that if you do, that you support the festival with a donation. Your donation will not only support the ongoing work of the festival, but will also directly support our BCMF Musician Fund. The pandemic has had a profound impact on the lives of musicians, and we feel we must support them in these difficult times. We are like a family in that way, and we count on family when we need them. So please consider making a donation and helping both BCMF and our musicians navigate these challenges. 

 

We look forward to seeing you in person as soon as possible!

Upcoming Events

  • Boccherini & Mendelssohn: Virtuosity
    Sun, Aug 23
    Online
    Our final program this summer focuses on sheer virtuosity and performances of unrivaled quality. We hope you've enjoyed our programming and look forward to seeing you back in the hall as soon as safely possible!
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  • Travel the World at Home
    Sun, Aug 16
    Online
    Since none of us are doing much traveling these days, we thought we would bring the world to you. Come along with us for an amazing musical voyage from London to France to India to New Zealand! Click below for more.
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  • Shifting Winds
    Sun, Aug 09
    Online
    Our third program features two works spotlighting wind instruments: Kenji Bunch’s 2018 "Summer Hours" for wind quintet and piano, a BCMF commission, alongside that wind music classic, Rheinberger’s Nonet for winds and strings. Click below for more.
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  • Dvořák/Moravec –– A New Country
    Sun, Aug 02
    Online
    For our second summer program, we present a concert about America at the turn of the 20th Century, when immigrants and artists were coming to the country in search of new opportunities. Click below for more.
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  • All About Mozart
    Sun, Jul 26
    Online
    We kick off our 2020 Summer Festival At Home with a program that's all about Mozart, perhaps the most famous composer of all time. Click button below for full details
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