The Music Mountain board of directors has made the painful decision to cancel our summer concert season and in-person education programs for the first time in 91 years. Our top priority is the safety of our family—our audience, artists, faculty, students, board, staff and the community at large—and the current pandemic, together with the lack of a proven treatment, makes it unsafe to be together at this time. Our hearts go out to the many friends who are losing loved ones due to COVID-19.


To continue to secure our future, we are currently hard at work applying for grants and loans made available by the CARES Act and other sources. We are also reaching out to our artists and supporters to explore all options. We know that if we stay together, we will safely steward our beloved Music Mountain past the pandemic and into a brilliant 2021 season.


Rest assured, we will be looking into possibilities for producing a number of original music programs to broadcast or livestream this summer. Don’t forget to keep checking for announcements.


We have contacted all ticket buyers to offer refunds.


Please stay healthy! If we all do, we’ll have plenty of concerts to enjoy once it is safe to come back together.


Music Mountain Board of Directors and Staff

Music Mountain is “the summer shrine of the string quartet”
— The New Yorker



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Stay Tuned for our Summer 2020 Online Events 

Many thanks to all our 90th Season sponsors…


Music Mountain is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, Connecticut State Department of Economic and Community Development Office of the Arts, the Peter N. Krysa Designated Fund of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, and two funds of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, Inc.: the Khurshed Bhumgara Fund, and the Lucia Tuttle Fritz Fund.


National Endowment for the Arts Connecticut Still Revolutionary NorthWest Connecticut Community Foundation Hamilton Book Steinway & Sons Associated Chamber Music Players