Dear Pikes Falls Chamber Music Festival Friends and Family,
I hope you've all had a safe and healthy year. On my end, the quarantine provided peace I didn't know I needed, and I'm coming through the pandemic feeling clearheaded and ready to move forward; I'm looking forward these next chapters...
While we aren't going to be able to hold a full-blown music festival this year, we're thrilled to be able to present two in-person concerts this summer in Vermont! We'll be at the Grafton Church on July 29 and August 5 at 7pm.
Both concerts promise to be fantastic evenings of live music... something I know we've all missed. I know Grafton might be a bit further a drive than you're used to, but please mark your calendars and attend! It would be so wonderful to see you all there this summer. Concerts will be held safely according to the Governor's Health Regulations.
And not to worry -- we'll be back in Jamaica soon. We just need the year to regroup and reimagine PFCM's mission and vision. (I'm sure it goes without saying, but we also need the time to revamp our post-pandemic budget and fundraising.) We expect to be back in 2022!
Susanna Loewy, Artistic Director
Andy Sabol, Managing Director
PS: If you would like to donate this year, the funds will certainly go to good use! Our website continues to accept safe and tax-deductible donations. As always, thank you for your support!
Welcome back Arlen Hlusko for her virtual presentation of Julie-O by Mark Summer! We hope you had a great week and enjoy this amazing performance by Arlen.
While the 2020 season had to be cancelled in-person, we are excited to present virtual mini-concerts from Pikes Falls' musicians! Mini concerts will be released on Fridays at 6pm Eastern. Our first mini concert is from Pikes Falls' pianist, Tim McReynolds.