This year's 2015 Resident Assistants (RAs) have been at UVM already, preparing for the arrival of the rest of our festival students. Pictured from L to R are: Valeria Frege, Samantha Spena, Yuri Kye, Gina Stonikas, Eric Mrugala, Ryan Donohue, Tian Sanchez, Ruben Balboa, and Resident Director Nicole Wendl.

During the final week of our 2014 session, Burlington's weekly paper Seven Days covered Classical Encounters with a fine article by arts writer Amy Lilly. Read it here:

Students Practice Playing, and Advocacy, at the GMCMF

Renowned cellist Matt Haimovitz will again be our guest in 2015 for a residency from July 14-17. The residency will include opportunities for cello students and chamber ensembles to receive coachings, a presentation on musical entrepreneurship for festival students, a chamber music master class open to the public, and Haimovitz's performances on our July 17 Artist Faculty Series concert.

Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival is "where the future of classical music resides." Enjoy this video, made for Burlington's CBS affiliate during Eugenia Zukerman's week-long visit in July of 2012.

Framed by sweeping views of the Green Mountains and by the eastern shore of Lake Champlain, the eleventh season of the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival will take place on the campus of the University of Vermont from June 29 to July 25, 2015. The 2015 Green Mountain concert series will comprise seven faculty concerts played at the UVM Recital Hall. Past series included works at the heart of the chamber repertoire, unusual pieces such as the 19th century octet of Bruch, and music by fresh compositional voices of our time such as Judith Shatin, Dan Visconti and Gabriela Lena Frank.