2022 Staff Announcement
May 1, 2022: Please join ACMF in welcoming our 2022 Festival Manager, Mayme Kugler!
Mayme is an administrative professional with degrees in music and business, and has experience working in both the non-profit arts and higher education sectors. She brings this experience with her as she assists behind the scenes, helping bring our 2022 season to life. She looks forward to meeting all of you at our events and concerts this summer!
ACMF Partnerships: Shepherd University, Dr. Rosi Song
Mar 16, 2022: ACMF is delighted to be partnering with Shepherd University on a number of concerts in the 2022 Summer Season. In conjunction with an IMPACT grant awarded by Durham University (England), we are delighted to have Dr. Rosi Song joining us for a recital and discussion on the 20th century and life and music of Gaspar Cassado. This will be one of several a free events the festival will be presenting this year.
More details about the other great programs we have planned at Shepherd University to come this Spring
ACMF Winter Residency Postponed
It is with a heavy heart we inform you that the board of directors has made the difficult decision to postpone all performances and events for the 2021 Winter Residency. All ticket holders will be fully-refunded.
Because of the surge in cases with the new Omicron variant, we are not able to safely provide the small, intimate experience that the musicians and the audience expect. Musicians have also had to drop out, both because of Covid infection and because of restrictive travel and quarantine requirements.
Our disappointment only increases our efforts to make next year's festival events even more spectacular!
If you would like to support the festival and the future of live music in this region, you can make a tax-deductible donation to ACMF to ensure the future success of our events. We already have many exciting plans in store for 2022 and cannot wait to share them with you over the next months.
Wishing you and your family all the best this holiday season. We hope you are able to celebrate with loved ones and cherish the gift of music in other ways!
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We rely on your donations so we can continue to bring you high quality programs and artists. Please considering contributing! If you donate on Facebook, starting on Tuesday, November 30 at 8 am ET, Meta (Facebook's parent company) will match qualifying donations!
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Check out our latest videos
Videos from the 2021 ACMF Festival are now being released on our YouTube page. Check out this story from WDVM from the run-up to this year's festival:
Berryville Graphics Sponsors New Work
We are so grateful to Berryville Graphics for sponsoring the ACMF commission of Ailbhe McDonagh's string quartet inspired by the life of abolitionist John Brown. World premiere Aug 21, 7pm.
“The magic in our ‘black art’ is not putting ink on paper but rather in turning ideas of creative people into physical reality”- Berryville Graphics.
Berryville Graphics has locations in Martinsburg WV, Fairfield PA and Berryville VA.
ACMF receives grant for
Mark your calendars for August 18th! We are so grateful to Associated Chamber Music Players for supporting our vision for our 2021 festival which will include an intensive one-day chamber music workshop for kids aged 12-18 and amateur adults. Details and how to apply for the workshop will be released in early June.
ACMF believes we need music and cultural experiences now more than ever, which is why it is so important to us to bring live in-person performances to our audience this Summer 2021.
We are closely monitoring Covid-19 safety protocols and guidelines in the area, and have plans in place to make the festival a success! This includes a thorough social-distancing safety protocol, and excitingly, most of our events will be available live-streamed and in digital format via our Facebook page, YouTube and other platforms as well as in-person.
As of Mar, 2021, 30% capacity for indoor events is allowed in most of our venues. We will be keeping a careful eye on updated guidelines as we move forward to ensure the safety of our audience, artists and volunteers.