How can we process what humanity has been through since early 2020? We are all scarred by loss, fear, grief, and division, even as we all turn our eyes to see a brighter future.
We invite you to an understanding beyond words in an extraordinary new season of themed programs conveying Hope, Remembrance, Endurance, Faith and more. Join us for Mount Vernon Music’s remarkable 16th season of Ways Forward.
Please go to our Season Brochure page to view the brochure of the 2021-2022 season, or click on the image on the right.
Mount Vernon Music is no longer requiring masks/face coverings in Mount Vernon Music Hall. At this time, however, we continue to encourage our concert patrons to use them, and understand that some will likely continue to be masked for concerts. Mount Vernon Music will provide disposable masks for attendees upon request.
CHANGE AND ENDURANCE
Please see below for more information.
Barber – Serenade for Strings Op. 1
William Grant Still – Danzas de Panama for string quartet
Benedikt Brydern – The Overtones for clarinet and string trio (WORLDPREMIERE)
Dvořák – String quintet in G major op. 77
Ivan Petruzziello, clarinet; Mark Miller and Yuko Mansell, violins; Ute Miller, viola; Laura Ospina, cello; Jack Unzicker, bass
Special thanks to Century 21 Butler Real Estate Services for their generous sponsorship.
NEW: Beautiful overnight cottage accommodations are now available in Mt. Vernon at the Glove Factory!