Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival is back! After an online season for our students in 2020, with no artist faculty concerts, we will return to Vermont in 2021 for our 17th season at St. Michael's College in Colchester, presenting the six concerts of our Artist Faculty Series at Elley-Long Music Center, 223 Ethan Allen Ave, Colchester, VT 05446.

Violinist Rose Baker joins Green Mountain as Resident Director in 2021!

Rose is a performer and teacher based in Amherst, Massachusetts. She has performed in recitals in Virginia, New York and Massachusetts and has enjoyed teaching at the Opus 118 Harlem School of Music.

Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival brings together superb musicians, young and old, of different races, languages, religions and national origins. Our calling as artists is to offer the world a beauty that transcends difference and division. Our experience of creating this beauty leads us to an abiding aspiration for a society that is just and is open to the gifts of all. 

Seeing with excruciating clarity that racism and injustice remain pervasive in our national life, we commit ourselves to making the classical music community more representative of our whole society.

Four distinguished musicians will perform on Green Mountain's artist faculty series for the first time during our 2021 season: violinist Shannon Thomas, violist Caroline Coade, and cellists Alice Yoo and Matthew Zalkind.

Violinist Amanda Stenroos has joined the Green Mountain team as Program Manager!

Amanda is a performer, organizer and teacher based in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts. In 2019, she was the Resident Director for the 15th Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival and in 2021, students and faculty will see Amanda in a different role at GMCMF.

Here is a fine article about our Classical Encounters program by arts writer Amy Lilly of Seven Days:

Students Practice Playing, and Advocacy, at GMCMF