WEST WINDSOR VERMONT MUSIC FESTIVAL
July 21-23, 2023
Returning for its second year, the West Windsor Vermont Music Festival is excited to announce four concerts! Tickets are $15 per person to the each of the concerts on Friday and Saturday night plus Sunday's concert.
Or buy a ticket to all three concerts for $40 and save $5!
— Piano Four Hands: Friday, July 21, 2023, at 7:30 p.m. (You're on the Friday page).
— Helen Hwaya Kim and Sakiko Ohashi: Saturday, July 21, 2023, at 7:30 p.m. (Buy tickets to Saturday here.)
— Brad Ritchie and Sakiko Ohashi: Sunday, July 23, 2023, at 3 p.m. (Buy tickets to Sunday here.)
On Saturday, July 23 at 10:00am, we are also excited to host a FREE Children’s Concert and Activities! Donations are welcome to offset the cost of this free concert.
Each of the concerts will take place in the historic Town Hall, 22 Brownsville-Hartland, West Windsor, Vermont 05089.
West Windsor is a rural Vermont community located amidst rolling hills and meadows just west of the Connecticut River. Mount Ascutney rises more than two thousand feet over the village of Brownsville and provides abundant outdoor recreation opportunities. Boasting miles of spectacular hiking and mountain-biking trails, backcountry skiing, a lift-served community ski area, and tubing hill, the mountain is a destination for outdoor adventure in any season.
Sakiko Ohashi, piano, serves as the festival artistic director. In addition to her performances, Hiroko Sasaki, piano, will join Sakiko for piano four hands. Helen Hwaya Kim, violin, will be returning for an evening of amazing performances. And new this year, Brad Ritchie, ‘cello, will perform, as well.
The festival is another wonderful way to bring community together. The historic Town Hall in West Windsor is a beautiful setting for sharing music and unforgettable experiences. Following up on the success of the 2022 festival, we endeavor to share remarkable chamber music with our dear friends in the central Vermont region. Everyone is welcome.