Aspen Music Festival And School

2022-23 Livestream Events

While we eagerly anticipate next summer, the AMFS will present one-time rebroadcasts of select concerts from the 2022 Festival! Originally broadcast directly from the Benedict Music Tent, these rebroadcasts will be available to view on our Virtual Stage at the date and time indicated below.

For guidance and tips on how to view our events on the most common TV systems, click here.

Berlioz's Requiem
REBROADCAST DATE: November 10, 2022 | 6 PM MT

AMFS Music Director Robert Spano leads the AFO and special guests in Berlioz's Requiem—a season finale that offers a monumental, rarely performed work with expanded orchestra, antiphonal ensembles, and an 150-voice chorus. (Rebroadcast from August 21, 2022.)

Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue with Whitaker and Alsop
REBROADCAST DATE: January 19, 2023 | 6 PM MT
The extraordinary Matthew Whitaker joins celebrated Aspen alumna and former Colorado Symphony music director Marin Alsop for the Aspen Chamber Symphony’s first concert of the season. Hear Whitaker, a unique musical voice and national sensation, in Rhapsody in Blue, Gershwin’s first work to fuse classical and jazz. (Rebroadcast from July 1, 2022.)

Hadelich Plays Sibelius, Mahler's Symphony No. 1
REBROADCAST DATE: April 13, 2023 | 6 PM MT
Hear the extraordinary Augustin Hadelich perform the Violin Concerto by Sibelius and experience the power and richness of the orchestra under AMFS Music Director Robert Spano as it takes you on a musical journey through Mahler's First Symphony. (Rebroadcast from July 31, 2022.)

Also...Pianist Behzod Abduraimov Plays "Moonlight," "Pictures at an Exhibition" - Special 2020 Recital Rebroadcast
Available on the AMFS Virtual Stage for on-demand viewing from November 10, 2022 until April 13, 2023. 

Enjoy pianist Behzod Abduraimov's 2020 Festival recital on demand! This special presentation of his recital at Harris Concert Hall will be available to view from November 10, 2022 until April 13, 2023 on the AMFS Virtual Stage. The program comprises Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor, op. 27, no. 2, “Moonlight,” Debussy's Children's Corner, and Musorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition.

Robert Spano, Music Director

Alan Fletcher, President and CEO