With ongoing health and safety considerations–and while we finish our central campus renovation–our 2021 Summer Series will be entirely online. Concerts will stream Tuesdays at 7:30 and will be available after on YouTube and Facebook.
The Apple Hill campus will continue to be closed to the public this summer.
We are offering these virtual events free of charge, but please consider a donation to help support our musicians.Donate Download our season flyer
Tuesday, August 3, 7:30pm
Summer faculty artists Amy Schroeder, violin, of the Attacca Quartet, and Felix Umansky, cello, of the Harlem Quartet, in works by Caroline Shaw, Irwin Schulhoff, and Maurice Ravel.
Tuesday, August 10, 7:30pm
Summer faculty artist Mikael Darmanie, piano, in works by Erika Dohi, Kevin Laskey, Franz Schubert, J.S. Bach, Mikael Darmanie, Sofia Gubaidulina, J.S. Bach/Harold Bauer, Robert Schumann, and Thelonious Monk.
Tuesday, June 22, 7:30pm
The Pogossian/Manouelian family in concert with summer faculty artists Movses Pogossian and Varty Manouelian, violin, and alumni Anoush Pogossian, clarinet, Cara Pogossian, viola, and Eddie Pogossian, cello, in works by Antonio Vivaldi, Francis Poulenc, Vache Sharafyan, W. A. Mozart, Alfred Schnittke, and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
Tuesday, July 13, 7:30pm
Summer faculty artist Myriam Avalos Teie, piano, with Apple Hill String Quartet violinist Jesse MacDonald and cellist Rupert Thompson in works by Luis Duncker Lavalle, Franz Schubert, and Johannes Brahms.
Tuesday, July 20, 7:30pm
Summer faculty artists Max Zeugner, double bass, and Yi-heng Yang, piano, in works by Bernardo Lorenziti, Frederic Chopin, Karen Tanaka, Gabriela Lena Frank, Max Zeugner, W. A. Mozart, Margaret Bonds, and Conrad Cummings.
Tuesday, July 27, 7:30pm
Apple Hill presents Brianna Robinson, soprano, and Julia Scott Carey, piano, from Castle of Our Skins, a concert and educational organization dedicated to celebrating Black artistry through music. Featuring music by H. T. Burleigh, Undine Smith Moore, Margaret Bonds, H. Leslie Adams, Adolphus Hailstork, and poetry by Marlanda Dekine-Sapient Soul.