ABOUT

THE CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL OF LEXINGTON IS A 10-DAY MUSIC FESTIVAL

IN THE HEART OF THE FAMED BLUEGRASS REGION OF KENTUCKY.


THE 2019 FESTIVAL

The 2019 Chamber Music Festival of Lexington will present 10 continuous days of events - traditional concerts, pop-up events, fundraisers, and more. Stay tuned for more information!


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR,
NATHAN COLE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

N. Gregory Pettit, President
Rory Harris, Treasurer
Edd MacKay, Vice President
Will Adams, Secretary
Edward L. Bowen
David Elbon
Linda Griffin
Susan Masterman
John Nardolillo
Karen Slack
Richard Young

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, 
MELISSA SNOW-GROVES

ADVISORY BOARD

Jim Clark
Frank Close
Gordon Cole
Kris Cole
Marcello Cormio
Charles Stone,
Founder and President Emeritus


HISTORY

The Chamber Music Festival of Lexington was founded in 2007 by arts patrons Charlie Stone, Charles Thompson, and Nathan Cole—Los Angeles Philharmonic First Associate Concertmaster (and Lexington native). The Festival brought some the best artists from around the country to Lexington to play a weekend of concerts in the beautiful Fasig-Tipton Pavilion. The Festival, now in its 13th season, spans 10 days of programming, hosts an innovative ensemble-in-residence program, and features an annual artist or artists-in-residence.


PERFORMANCE HALL

The Festival's Main Stage concerts moved in 2017 to the Downtown Arts Center on Lexington's vibrant Main Street! The Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center is an arts and entertainment center located in the heart of Lexington, situated between local restaurants, ample parking, and bustling nightlife.

CMFL also offers concert programming during the Festival at other venues including Al's Bar of Lexington, the Ashland Estate, and more!

 

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CONTACT → Chamber Music Festival P.O. Box 21816, Lexington, KY 40522 - director@chambermusiclex.com - 859.429.1897