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Info on 2021 Festival of Concerts Season Tickets to be announced mid-May

Redefining the Concert Experience

Our mission is to enable musicians to convey the emotion of music, explore their creative potential, and express their individuality.

Featured Programs

Announcing the Heifetz 2021 Season

The 2021 Heifetz Institute

We are planning a hybrid program for Summer 2021 featuring both in-person and virtual elements to meet the needs of our exceptional students. No matter the format, you can count on a transformative and immersive summer music experience. Check back for program and application information in mid-November.

HEIR

Ensemble in Residence

Just as the Virtual Institute was an innovative response to the pandemic, the Heifetz Ensemble in Residence is a creative alternative to our acclaimed Heifetz on Tour program, designed to offer real-world performance experience and outreach opportunities for our most talented and engaging young alums.

Choch Full O' Bach

Chock Full o’ Bach

The ritual of beginning the day with Bach is a universal and sacred tradition among musicians, and his music has always occupied a central role in the lives of Heifetz students. Tune in for weekly performances from our students, alumni, and faculty every Sunday at 9am (EDT) on our website, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram channels.

Video of the Week

Video of the Week: Spins and Spells from a Staunton Gallery

Heifetz Ensemble In Residence [HEIR] cellist Coleman Itzkoff performs “Spins and Spells,” captured against the backdrop of the Staunton Augusta Art Center gallery.

Video of the Week: A New Rhapsody

Heifetz Ensemble In Residence [HEIR] violinist Noelle Naito performs the solo Rhapsody No. 1 by the contemporary composer Jessie Montgomery, which “draws effortlessly on wildly varying registers and influences.”

Video of the Week: A Marvelous Mozart to Introduce our 2021 Summer Season

Violinist Angela (Sin Ying) Chan and pianist Beilin Han perform the opening movement of the Violin Concerto No. 5 (“Turkish”) by Mozart.

Video of the Week: Love, Jokes & Humor: Chad Hoopes Plays Fritz Kreisler

Chad Hoopes performs two of the most well known works by Fritz Kreisler, and shares his thoughts on the character of the music by the master violinist and composer.

Video of the Week: Moving Pictures

Artist Lyndi Angermeier’s paintings provide the perfect backdrop to Julia Angelov’s performance of by Eugène Ysaÿe’s Sonata No. 3 in D minor, “Ballade” at Staunton-Augusta Arts Center

Video of the Week: Celebrating The Thaw, with Dvořák

“This is one of the most joyful pieces of Dvořák to me… In this piece I hear the joy of the first thaw. That we can start moving again and life starts blossoming.“ – Bassist Sam Suggs

Video of the Week: A Moment of Hope

A glimmer of hope in the otherwise mournful Adagio makes this a fitting piece for out times, as Heifetz Institute Ensemble in Residence members Jared Blajian and Jingxuan Zhang play von Weber’s Adagio & Rondo

Video of the Week: An American in Staunton

Heifetz Ensemble in Residence (HEIR) members Julia Angelov and Yezu Woo, violin, Matt Cohen, viola, and Coleman Itzkoff, cello, perform the String Quartet No. 12 in F major, Op. 96, the “American” quartet by Antonín Dvořák.

“Tell Me, Tell Me” – an Easter beauty sprung from Bach’s own borrowings

A surprising feature – indeed a unique one in Bach’s oratorios – is the omission of an ‘evangelist’ and thus of the biblical story, knowledge of which is taken for granted. The events are portrayed by dialogue alone. Bach’s Easter Oratorio thus has much in common with...

Video of the Week: A Symbiotic Sonata

Violinist Julia Angelov, a member of the Heifetz Ensemble in Residence program, and pianist Miki Aoki perform the “Sonatensatz” by Johannes Brahms, a work originally composed for the Hungarian violinist Joseph Joachim

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