December 2021

Dear Friends:

There is renewed energy at Music Mountain. Thanks to the support of donors and patrons like you, we reopened our doors to a very successful 2021 season. Gordon Hall and our lawn seating rang with applause for world-class chamber and popular music performances. We’re now preparing for an even better 2022 and we’ve begun to plan for our 2029 Centennial!

This summer will again feature our glorious Sunday afternoon concerts, with world-class ensembles, and our popular Saturday Jazz & More series. We’re reviving and, ultimately, expanding our education programs for young artists and amateur musicians. We’re planning more community and family events, such as Painting Music.

In addition, our first-ever strategic plan is aimed at improving audience experience and ensuring a firm footing for Music Mountain’s second century. By our
100th Anniversary in 2029, we envision Music Mountain as a destination where music, art and nature come together, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds and inspiring them to return again and again.

As we plan for the future, you, and friends like you, are at the center of our efforts.

We need your help now. Your response to our Year-End Appeal is critical to our ability to present next year’s programs, as well as build toward the future. Please support Music Mountain with a generous tax-deductible contribution.

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We wish you and yours a musically rich Holiday Season and look forward to seeing you at Music Mountain next summer.

Board of Directors:

Mike Abram, President
Dee Salomon, Vice President
Richard Heys, Secretary
Fred Baumgarten, Treasurer
Marilyn Appel
Stuyvesant Bearns
Steven Brandfield
Elizabeth Kavetas
Robbin Blaine Livingston
Thomas C. Morrison
Joyce S. Schwartz
G. Warren Whitaker


Emeritus Board Members:

Sal Accardo*
Betsy Alderman
David M. Conte
Charles Cook*
Carr Ferguson
Nicholas Gordon*
Alice Gustafson
Ann McKinney

*deceased

Oskar Espina-Ruiz, Artistic & Executive Director