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Support Scrag Mountain Music for

National Chamber Music Month

A fundraising campaign for Scrag Mountain Music

Did you know that May is National Chamber Music Month? The perfect time to support your local chamber music organization like Scrag Mountain Music!


Ways to support Scrag Mountain Music during National Chamber Music Month:


1. Donate: Consider making a 100% tax-deductible donation here today! Your gift will help Scrag to be able to continue bringing innovative and inspiring chamber music to diverse communities throughout Vermont. Help us meet our goal of $3,000 which will help bring two guest artists to Vermont!


2. Participate: Join us for our May program series String Circle from May 6-12 featuring Brahms Sextet No. 1. Details here.


3. Share: Let friends know about Scrag Mountain Music. Share some music clips to brighten someone's day.


4. Volunteer: Get in touch with us at Lara@scragmountainmusic.org to find out how you can lend a hand.


5. All of the above!


Scrag Mountain Music is a not-for-profit chamber music series based out of Marshfield, Vermont led by co-Artistic Directors Mary Bonhag (soprano) and Evan Premo (double bass/composer) that offers world-class chamber music to communities in Vermont through “Pay what you can” public performances, school engagement programs, open rehearsals, pop-up concerts, and other accessible musical offerings. Six to eight times a season, Scrag invites guest artists to participate in carefully curated week-long artistic residencies in Vermont, comprising rehearsals, community engagement programs, and public performances. Next year, Scrag is thrilled to celebrate its 10th anniversary season of providing community-support chamber music in Vermont! Ensure that Scrag can continue to bring chamber music to diverse community in Vermont.



(Photo by Mike Furey, courtesy Lost Nation Theater) 

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About the Organization

Scrag Mountain Music connects communities in Vermont to classical music in a powerful way by presenting innovative, interactive, and affordable performances of world-class chamber music.

Come as you are. Pay what you can.