SUPPORT MUSIC MOUNTAIN

New Goal: $12,000

$11,145 raised as of July 7, 2020

With our initial goal of $10,000 reached in record time and 24 days more to go in this campaign, please help us reach our new goal of $12,000. Every dollar you donate goes to your beloved Music Mountain.

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Community Foundation has launched Northwest Corner Gives: COVID-19 Relief Grants, which includes a campaign to support Music Mountain.
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LIVE FROM MUSIC MOUNTAIN

A weekly program of conversation and music on Sundays at 3 pm ET, available at:

www.musicmountain.org
Facebook Live
YouTube
 

NEXT EVENT: Sunday, July 12, 3 pm ET

Magdalena Baczewska Live From Music Mountain

 

 

 

TO VIEW THE PROGRAM & FULL SCREEN: click "play" to connect to the program. Hoover over the lower right corner of the video screen and click on the "full screen" square icon on the bottom right corner to view the program in full screen. You may press the same "full screen" icon again, or the "ESC" key on your keyboard, to leave "full screen" mode. You may also enjoy the program right from your living room flat screen by searching for Music Mountain in the YouTube app. If you have a question, please email us at info@musicmountain.org
Thank you for watching! 

 

 

 

Sunday, July 12, 3 pm ET

Magdalena Baczewska Live From Music Mountain

 

Live From Music Mountain presents Polish-born pianist and harpsichordist Magdalena Baczewska, who has enjoyed a multifaceted career as concertizer, educator, recording artist, and speaker. Director of the Music Performance Program and member of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University in the City of New York, Baczewska has been acclaimed as a “world-class” musician (The American Record Guide), lauded as “eloquent & technically flawless” (The Washington Post) and “highly sophisticated and truly admirable” (The Weekend, New York) in her “taste and admirable sensitivity” (Palm Beach Arts Paper).

 

For the 91st summer in a row, Music Mountain is once more the favorite place to be at on Sunday afternoons for music fans. The big difference this year is that there is no commute, since the venue at Music Mountain remains closed due to COVID-19. Instead, music lovers worldwide can enjoy Live From Music Mountain from the comfort of their living room by simply visiting the Music Mountain website, musicmountain.org. Live From Music Mountain includes conversations with leading artists, musical excerpts, and more. Music Mountain invites the public to submit questions for the artists in advance or in real time.

 

Magdalena Baczewska will perform works for piano, harpsichord and English spinet by J.S. Bach, Chopin, Debussy and Nikolai Kapustin, the Ukrainian composer and pianist who fused jazz and classical forms and passed away on July 2.

 

Live From Music Mountain continues to explore the work of artists during the time of Covid-19, with an emphasis on the technology that is enabling musicians and audiences to stay connected. On Sunday, Magdalena Baczewska will talk about the Yamaha Disklavier technology she used for her latest album, "Debussy on 5th Avenue," as well as her work on therapeutic applications of music, including MetroNaps’ Energy Pods.

 

 

 

Music Mountain is “the summer shrine of the string quartet”
— The New Yorker

 

 

Experience the Foothills of the Berkshires!

Many thanks to all our 2020 Virtual Season sponsors…

 


 

HERRINGTON’S and NORTHWEST CORNER GIVES, a COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund made possible by the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation from anonymous and discretionary Community Foundation funds, including the Draper Foundation Fund, Khurshed Bhumgara Fund, Marion Wm. & Alice Edwards Fund, The Echo Valley Foundation Fund, Keroden Endowed Fund, Edward W. Diskavich Fund, Lucia Tuttle Fritz Fund, Nolin Selby Fund, and the Miriam Mason Cable Trust Fund; through the Melville Charitable Trust, through generous gifts from community members, and in partnership with Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.

 

Music Mountain is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, Connecticut State Department of Economic and Community Development Office of the Arts, the Peter N. Krysa Designated Fund of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, and two funds of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, Inc.: the Khurshed Bhumgara Fund, and the Lucia Tuttle Fritz Fund.

 

 

National Endowment for the Arts Connecticut Still Revolutionary NorthWest Connecticut Community Foundation Hamilton Book Steinway & Sons Associated Chamber Music Players