Aspen Music Festival And School

Robert Spano, Music Director
Alan Fletcher, President and CEO

Venues

The Aspen Music Festival and School has two concert venues and a Campus for teaching, rehearsing, and some performances. In addition, operas take place in Aspen’s historic Wheeler Opera House.

 

Benedict Music Tent

The Benedict Music Tent has the acoustics of a concert hall and the romance and freshness of an open-air tent. Opened in 2000.

Seats 2,050.


Benedict Music Tent Seating Chart

Joan and Irving Harris Concert Hall

Harris Concert Hall is an intimate and pristine hall with a warm, woody interior. Opened in 1993.

Seats 500.


Harris Concert Hall Seating Chart

Matthew and Carolyn Bucksbaum Campus

The Bucksbaum Campus, home of the Aspen Music School, sits on 38 acres of natural woodlands, with ponds, aspen groves, and dramatic hillsides. A pedestrian campus, it features a central plaza surrounded by rehearsal halls, teaching studios, practice rooms, and administrative offices. Click here to see tour dates for the Bucksbaum Campus.

Wheeler Opera House

Built in 1889 and restored in full Victorian style in 1984, the Wheeler Opera House is elegant, jewel-like opera house.

Seats 450.

Wheeler Opera House Seating Chart


A full list of venues that host AMFS activities is below. Click on any for more details and directions.