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Each summer for the past 60+ years, the Marlboro College campus is taken over by the Marlboro Music Festival, founded by Pablo Casals in the 1950's. The program takes up and coming young musicians, invited through a highly competitive process, and allows them to learn,...More
This college is one of a kind. Beautiful setting. Faculty who not only love to teach but also mentor their students. Intellectually challenging. For the right student, this place can change your life forever.
The Marlboro College Music Festival showcases a group of superb artists, each dedicated to her or his craft. The performance I attended was focused on chamber music, focusing on strings playing the works of Prokofiev, Ravel, and Mendelssohn. Each group highlights young artists, accompanied by...More
Each summer Marlboro College in an utterly tranquil setting in rural Vermont turns its campus over to the staff and artists who comprise the Marlboro Music Festival. In this beautiful setting a number of internationally recognized musicians are joined by professionals early in their careers...More
I attend a classical music concert on a Saturday evening every summer, from the middle of July to the middle of August, for more than 5 years. The experience is very enlightening. The audience has an opportunity to listen to the future players in the...More
Marlboro College is the summer home of the Marlboro Music Festival. Less than half an hour drive from Wilmington, the classical music festival draws gifted young musicians from all over the world to play chamber music. The festival's first director was legendary pianist Rudolf Serkin,...More
check out the college's website; it will provide a much better overview than anything I can provide as the parent of a student starting out there. What I can say is that after visiting for Family Day this last week (Oct 20th, 2012) I was...More