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2020 Season

  • Organ Splendor: Joseph Ripka, Organ

    Master Organist Joseph Ripka presents a program highlighting the rich variety of organ music from the 17th through 20th centuries. more»

  • Organ Splendor: Joseph Ripka, Organ

    Master Organist Joseph Ripka presents a program highlighting the rich variety of organ music from the 17th through 20th centuries. more»

  • Dashon Burton, Baritone & Christopher Janwong Mckiggan, Piano

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  • Dashon Burton, Baritone & Christopher Janwong Mckiggan, Piano

    This concert features first-time GMF artist Dashon Burton along with returning festival favorite Christopher Janwong Mckiggan for a remarkable pairing that is sure to be an event not to be missed. more»

  • Classic and Romantic: Mozart, Mendelssohn and Schumann

    Violinists Geoffrey Herd and Eliot Heaton as well as other GMF veterans return to GMF for an evening of romantic masterpieces. Including the Schumann Piano Quintet and Mendelssohn F Minor Piano Trio. more»

  • Classic and Romantic: Mozart, Mendelssohn and Schumann

    Violinists Geoffrey Herd and Eliot Heaton as well as other GMF veterans return to GMF for an evening of romantic masterpieces. Including the Schumann Piano Quintet and Mendelssohn F Minor Piano Trio. more»

  • Concierto: Chamber Music with a Latin Flavor

    GMF artists capture the spirit of Latin America with an evening of chamber music featuring fiery works of the greatest Latin and Spanish composers. more»

  • Concierto: Chamber Music with a Latin Flavor

    GMF artists capture the spirit of Latin America with an evening of chamber music featuring fiery works of the greatest Latin and Spanish composers. more»

  • Dance Workshop with Amaya Dance and Double D

    Get your dance shoes out of the closet! Come learn from some of the best Latin dance professionals in the country! Workshops for beginners to advanced dancers featuring salsa and bachata! more»

  • Viva el Tango! An Evening with JP Jofre

    Argentinean bandoneonist JP Jofre infuses this concert with the spark of syncopated Latin rhythms and his innovative nuevo tango style. Guitarist Kenneth Meyer and award winning pianist Cahill Smith and other GMF artists will join him for an unforgettable night of new and old Tango masterworks. more»

  • Fiesta! Salsa Dancing

    We begin the night with a special dance workshop featuring Amaya Dance Team and Double D! Enjoy lively dance performances from national and international dance professionals. DJ Felix Jordan will play the best danceable Latin music. Dance until you drop to the best latin music: Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, and Cha-Cha! more»

  • Bluegrass and Farm Feast!

    Bluegrass fans will enjoy this lively concert! Violinist Eliot Heaton and cellist Max Geissler return with Greg Robbins on bass to bring you some good old fashioned American music. more»

  • Hear and Now: Hannah Collins & Clara Lyon

    Cellist and Geneva Native Hannah Collins joins forces with violinist Clara Lyon for an evening of contemporary works. Both musicians at the forefront of the contemporary music field, this concert promises to be an expose of new and rarely performed works. Come taste some of the best wines in the more»

  • Laurie Smukler and Friends

    Violinist Laurie Smukler teams with GMF musicians for an evening of exceptional music making. more»

  • Laurie Smukler and Friends

    Violinist Laurie Smukler teams with GMF musicians for an evening of exceptional music making. more»

  • Cavani Quartet

    GMF is proud to open our 2017 season with the Cavani Quartet, winner’s of the Naumberg Chamber Music Award and artists-in-residence at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Renowned for their beautiful sound and expressive playing, this will be a fantastic season kick-off! more»

  • Jinjoo Cho and Friends

    Internationally acclaimed violinist Jinjoo Cho joins GMF’s exceptional line up of artists for chamber music concerts in Geneva and Skaneateles. Avner Dorman “Tree-YO!” I. Lento II. Scherzo III. Andante IV. Presto Richard Danielpour “Book of Hours” I. Morning II. Midday III. Afternoon into Evening IV. Night Osvaldo Golijov “Tenebrae” Dvorak: more»

  • La Voz De Tres

    The first event of our two concert Jazz Celebration! Chilean vocalist Natalia Bernal, keyboardist Mike Eckroth, and seven-string guitarist Jason Ennis blend the infectious rhythms and nuanced songwriting traditions of Latin America, original compositions and picks from the great American songbook into a surprising improvisational texture. They’ll also present interpretations more»

  • Ani Kavafian & Clive Greensmith

    World renowned artists and GMF favorites, Ani Kavafian and Clive Greensmith join forces with GMF founding artists Hannah Collins, Eliot Heaton and Geoffrey Herd for what promises to be a tremendous season finale. more»

  • Hear and Now: New Morse Code

    New Morse Code is devoted to bold and engaging performances of music worth sharing. Omnivorous, rigorous and inventive, Hannah Collins and Michael Compitello activate the unexpected range and unique sonic world of cello and percussion to catalyze and champion the compelling works of young composers. This exciting duo returns to more»

  • Ani Kavafian & Clive Greensmith: Slavic Serenade

    In the season’s chamber music finale, world-renowned artists and GMF favorites cellist Clive Greensmith and violinist Ani Kavafian return to perform some of the most exciting works of chamber music with GMF founding artists Geoffrey Herd, Hannah Collins and Eliot Heaton. Shostakovich Two Pieces for String Octet, Op. 11 I. more»

  • Music from the Heart: Classic and Contemporary

    This concert highlights two of today’s most glorified composers, John Corigliano and Jennifer Higdon, both Grammy Award and Pulitzer Prize winners. Also featured are two of our most beloved composers of the past, Schubert and Saint-Saens. Corigliano: Snapshot Circa 1909  Schubert: String Trio D. 581  I. Allegro moderato II. Andante more»

  • Music from the Heart: Classic and Contemporary

    This concert highlights two of today’s most glorified composers, John Corigliano and Jennifer Higdon, both Grammy Award and Pulitzer Prize winners. Also featured are two of our most beloved composers of the past, Schubert and Saint-Saens. Corigliano: Snapshot Circa 1909  Schubert: String Trio D. 581  I. Allegro moderato II. Andante more»

  • The Thomas Bergeron Quartet

    The Thomas Bergeron Quartet will be joined by a string quartet of GMF artists-in-residence to bring love and romance to the Festival with a jazz-chamber fusion from Bergeron’s latest album. Held at the beautiful Geneva on the Lake resort, the concert will include new jazz interpretations of the music of more»

  • Bluegrass at Ravines Winery

    TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT. This Father’s Day concert is sure to please! Violinist Eliot Heaton joins local artists for an afternoon of high-octane fiddling and bluegrass at Ravines Winery! A Father’s Day BBQ with all the trimmings will be available for purchase at the Ravinous Kitchen from noon to 5 p.m. Admission more»

  • Organ Recital featuring Raymond Nagem

    Raymond Nagem, associate music director at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in NYC, will perform his own transcription of Prokofiev’s witty “Music for Children,” as well as music by J. S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Max Reger, and Louis Vierne. Prelude and Fugue in D Major, BWV 532   more»

  • Organ Recital featuring Raymond Nagem

    Raymond Nagem, associate music director at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in NYC, will perform his own transcription of Prokofiev’s witty “Music for Children,” as well as music by J. S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Max Reger, and Louis Vierne. more»

  • Organ Recital featuring Raymond Nagem

    Raymond Nagem, associate music director at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in NYC, will perform his own transcription of Prokofiev’s witty “Music for Children,” as well as music by J. S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Max Reger, and Louis Vierne. more»