Apple Hill exists to perform, teach, and create chamber music at the highest standard, broaden the appreciation of chamber music through the development of educational programs, and cultivate connection and understanding among people of diverse backgrounds, cultures, playing levels, and ages through our Playing for Peace program. Our activities center around the values of acceptance, creative expression, and equal support.
Let's meet up at Apple Hill's "Digital Concert Barn!" Join us for our next video blog on Sunday, November 29, 3pm, celebrating alumni and food from all over the US and world, including a performance by the Apple Hill String Quartet of "Free and So Thankful" by alumna Sato Matsui. Learn more.
Our next virtual concert on Sunday, December 13, 3pm, features faculty and alumni Eric Thomas, clarinet, Mikael Darmanie, piano, and Chelsea Bernstein, cello. Learn more.
Our concerts, masterclasses, talks, and other events from our 2020 Virtual Summer and Concert Series are all available on YouTube.
Thank you to all our supporters who have kept us going strong. Your generosity enables us to adapt during the pandemic, and we are deeply grateful. Please consider a gift now.
Facilities Manager Richard Anderson and his crew have been busy working on our central campus renovation project. Check back here soon for photos and updates!