Vermont Mozart Festival
Rating: 4.88 stars 56 56 reviews
3 Main Street, Suite 217 Burlington VT 05401 USA
In 1974, the festival’s founders recognized an underserved niche in Vermont’s cultural landscape. Struck by the similarity of Vermont’s beauty to that of Mozart’s Austria, they were inspired to create a music festival in the European model: a series of interrelated classical events in a variety of gorgeous settings.Since its first season, the Vermont Mozart Festival has been dedicated to enriching people’s lives through beautiful music in special Vermont places. The festival hosts approximately 20 concerts in more than ten scenic and historic locations each year.
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9 people found this review helpful
I have regularly attended concerts throughout the three weeks of the festival for well over a decade. Experiencing excellently programmed and performed music by world traveled musicians at these amazing, naturally beautiful and treasured places in Vermont are indescribable. So please join us in experiencing the festival in person! Plan a vacation during the festival, explore the state and then relax with a picnic at a concert watching the sun set and listening to a sonorous evening of music.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
watching regular concert goers become part of the festival involvement, volunteering at concerts or on the board and seeing them return year after year. It is the growth of community itself.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
very interested in the experience that all concert goers have. It is obvious they care a great deal for each other and the festival. They set the wonderful tone for the entire experience. Great Job!!
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