Three more days.
Eight more concerts!
Join us tonight for our annual "Potpourri" concert, including a varied selection of chamber music. This is the only evening concert that is not programmed in advance by NMF Artistic Director Richard Rosenberg; instead, NMF apprentices choose the music! They put together chamber ensembles and submit video auditions. Join us tonight to see the results.
June 14, 7:30pm, Sacred Heart Church
Tickets are available at Festival Headquarters in the Visitor Center in Chestertown until 5pm today, at the door, or online (click here
Tomorrow evening's performance of the Mozart Requiem and Beethoven's Eroica Symphony is sold out, but all rehearsals are free and open to the public, and the dress rehearsal will take place from 10am-1pm (beginning with the Beethoven) at the Chestertown Baptist Church. There will also be a free piano recital at 12:30pm at the Unitarian Universalists of the Chester River.
On Saturday, June 16, the Festival ends with four concerts and a pre-concert talk:
9:00am, Chestertown Farmers’ Market Music, Fountain Park, free
2:00pm, Susan Bennett Brady & Harp Apprentices, The Mainstay, $10
4:00pm, Camilo Carrara & Friends, The Mainstay, SOLD OUT.
6:30pm, Pre-Concert Talk, Chestertown Baptist Church, included with ticket
7:30pm, Festival Symphony Orchestra, Chestertown Baptist Church, $20
Only a few tickets left!
Richard Rosenberg conductor;
Gwen Krosnick soloist &
Robert Stiles guest conductor
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Variations on a Rococo Theme
Symphony No. 5 in e