Aspen Music Festival And School

2022 Livestream Events

Returning this year, the AMFS will present select concerts to the world with a series of free livestreams that represent a slice of the Festival experience! These livestreams are broadcast directly from the performances at the Benedict Music Tent and will be available to view on our Virtual Stage.

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

Aspen Chamber Symphony
July 1, 5:30 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. 

Aspen Conducting Academy Orchestra
July 11, 4 pm MT
Hear orchestral masterworks and see the conducting stars of tomorrow. This year's Piano Competition Winner will perform Grieg's Piano Concerto in A minor, op. 16.

Aspen Chamber Symphony
July 15, 5:30 pm MT

Acclaimed by the Baltimore Sun as “one of the biggest pianistic talents to have emerged in this country in the last 25 years,” pianist Terrence Wilson makes his Aspen debut in Liszt’s uber-virtuosic First Piano Concerto led by AMFS Music Director Robert Spano.

Aspen Festival Orchestra
July 24, 4 pm MT

In her Aspen debut, outstanding violinist Diana Adamyan takes on the Khachaturian Violin Concerto. Conductor Lionel Bringuier leads the AFO in three works by Ravel.

Aspen Festival Orchestra
July 31, 4 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. 

Aspen Chamber Symphony
August 5, 5:30 pm MT

British pianist Paul Lewis will be showcased in Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto, a piece that was ahead of its time in depth, lyricism, and intimacy. Conductor Kerem Hasan leads a program that also includes violinist Fiona Shea performing Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1.

Aspen Festival Orchestra
August 14, 4 pm MT

AMFS alumna and pianist extraordinaire Joyce Yang returns to Aspen for a performance of pianistic pyrotechnics in Prokofiev’s Third Piano Concerto, which stands high on the list of virtuosic showpiece concertos.

Mozart's Don Giovanni
August 18, 7:30 pm MT

The magnificent singers of the Aspen Opera Theater and VocalARTS program bring a special staging of Mozart’s spectacular opera to the Benedict Music Tent under the baton of acclaimed conductor Jane Glover.

Aspen Festival Orchestra
August 21, 4pm MT

AMFS Music Director leads the AFO and special guests in Berlioz's Requiem—a season finale that offers a monumental, rarely performed work designed for a 188-piece orchestra a 210-member chorus. 

Robert Spano, Music Director

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