Aspen Music Festival And School

Aspen Armchair Concerts

New! Aspen Armchair Concerts

Starting January 10, the Aspen Music Festival and School will offer a series of virtual concerts created during the pandemic by musicians in the AMFS fold, both alumni and long-time performers. These beautifully filmed and curated one-hour concerts are free and viewable on the Virtual Stage for three days each. Mark your calendars and watch this space for more information.
 

Schedule of Concerts:

Monday, January 10

Jupiter String Quartet

This tight-knit ensemble plays a diverse program of chamber music.

Tuesday, January 11

Stephen Hough piano

This distinguished pianist presents a program of Bach, Schumann, and Liszt.

Monday, February 14

Simone Dinnerstein piano

Dinnerstein performs two etudes by Philip Glass and a Schubert sonata.

Tuesday, February 15

Colin Davin classical guitar

This dynamic young guitarist plays a wide-ranging program.

Monday, March 14

Maxim Lando piano

Recently named Musical America’s “New Artist of the Month,” Lando plays Corea and more.

Tuesday, March 15

John O'Conor piano

A program of Beethoven's iconic sonatas, the "Pathétique" and "Moonlight."

Monday, April 11

Orion Weiss piano

This sought-after young soloist plays Bach's "Goldberg Variations"

Tuesday, April 12

Samuel Williams saxophone

A noted performer, Williams is experienced in a variety of music styles

May and June TBA  

 

 

All concerts will initially stream at 6pm on the given date and remain available to view for three days.

This project was supported by generous gifts from Nancy Wall and Charles Wall, Alan Fletcher and Ron Schiller, Anna and Jonathan Haas, Linda Vitti and Clancy Joe Herbst, Soledad and Robert Hurst, and Fonda Paterson.

Robert Spano, Music Director

Alan Fletcher, President and CEO