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Boscobel Chamber Music Festival 2024

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August 30 - September 8 | Five Performances


See Individual Performances Below | Members Receive 20% OFF | Festival Patrons Receive Special Benefits


Boscobel House and Gardens is proud to announce the third annual Boscobel Chamber Music Festival in partnership with the Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach, led by Artistic Director and violinist, Arnaud Sussmann.

Over the course of nine days, from August 30th to September 8th, the festival will center around five public performances featuring some of the most acclaimed chamber musicians in the country, along with wide-ranging educational and community offerings on Boscobel’s historic site. Throughout the residency, artists will engage with Boscobel and the community through open rehearsals, school programs, VIP events, and field trips.

Alongside Sussmann, the festival’s international roster of artists includes several returning musicians: pianist Michael Stephen Brown, cellist Nicholas Canellakis, violist Milena Pájaro-van de Stadt, cellist Paul Watkins, as well as those making their festival debut: clarinetist Jose Franch-Ballester, violinist Chad Hoopes, bassist Blake Hinson, violinist Tessa Lark, pianist Wu Quian,  and others to be announced.

August 30, 2024 – September 8, 2024

Public Programming Schedule 

Friday, August 30 | 7pm: Romantic Journey: Winds, Strings, and Piano

  • Explore 8/30 tickets the variety and brilliance of romantic chamber music. Emotion is at the forefront in this passion-filled program that is driven by a unique combination of instruments.



Monday, September 2 | 6pm: Concert on the Lawn

  • Music 8/30 tickets meets nature at this casual outdoor concert exploring the combination of clarinet, horn and strings.  Pack a picnic and blanket for world class music overlooking the best view in the Hudson Valley.


Saturday, September 7 | 2pm: Stradivarius: A Maker of the Past, Present, and Future with Carlos Tome

  • Hear 8/30 tickets from Carlos Tome of Tarisio Fine Instruments and Bows, the world’s leading violin auction house. Antonio Stradivari, the most famous violin maker, had an immeasurable influence during his lifetime (1644-1737). Hear from Carlos and see demonstrations on some of Tarisio’s fine Stradivarius instruments, illustrating how the Stradivari influence soared well beyond his own time, leaving a major influence on the present, and is sure to have a continued impact on the future.


Saturday, September 7 | 6pm: Schubert’s Trout Quintet: Masterworks Revealed and Revisit

  • Dive 8/30 tickets into Schubert’s beloved Trout Quintet paired with a hidden gem of trailblazer Louise Farrenc. The richness of piano and strings is showcased in two masterpieces of resounding brilliance.


Sunday, September 8 | 2pm: Family Concert at the West Meadow Pavilion8/30 tickets




Tickets & Festival Support 

Tickets to the public are on sale starting June 1 on Boscobel’s website, To support the festival, and for access to early tickets and special VIP events visit:

  • $45 – $85 for adults 
  • $25 – $45 for musicians and children (<16)
  • Patrons + VIP Sponsorship packages start at $2,500; contact Martha Pearson, Development Director, for more details, at

Getting to the Boscobel Chamber Music Festival.
Tickets are non-refundable. Please see our ticketing policy for more info.
Performers and repertoire subject to change. 

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