Mark your calendars for another exciting season of world class music, as the Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival brings musicians from around the world to perform in a series of concerts in Trinity and Humboldt Counties.
The festival will offer four concerts, featuring its signature programming of both fun and thoughtful classical works blended with arrangements of jazz and American roots music. On stage will be performers on strings, flute, accordion, and two pianos. The shows are all open to the public and ticket-free, with a suggested donation encouraging everyone to support the musicians as they are able to. As always, the concerts will be a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, with director Ian Scarfe acting as the host and emcee, sharing stories of the music and entertaining “listening guides” from the stage.
The festival will be in Eureka on Sunday for matinee at 2:00pm on July 9 at the Morris Graves Museum of Art in Eureka. For more information about the festival, the performers, the music, or the scheduled concerts, please visit the festival website at www.TrinityAlpsCMF.org