Dear Friends,Spring is the season of expectation and excitement in our region. The weather swirls with change- hail one moment giving way to brilliant sunshine. Songbirds and frogs contribute their raucous chorus to evening. Everything is on the verge of blooming. And at MIM, we’re “springing forward” with some exciting new ideas, changes and performances.Two new performances launch in Nevada … Continue reading »
Dear Friends, A year behind me, the future in front! 2012 was a marvelous ride for me as a first-year Executive Director. We had one of the most successful SummerFest seasons ever, with our extraordinary orchestra playing gorgeous classical and rollicking pops to great crowds. Our acclaimed chorus carried the torch in spring and winter, singing repertoire from the Faure Requiem to … Continue reading »
A Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On We are off to a terrific 2012-13 school year. From our Brummitt-Taylor Listening Program, to a field trip with our Young Composers, to a brand new scholarship awarded to one of our students, we have a lot of great stories to share with you. We have had amazing support from Holly Hermansen, Nevada County’s … Continue reading »
A Word from Mark Vance, Education Coordinator Welcome to the launch of Music in the Mountains’ new Education Newsletter. As Education Coordinator for Music in the Mountains, I am excited about our commitment to music education throughout the community. We are working together with the schools, public school teachers and private teachers helping support and augment the programs and instruction … Continue reading »
November 4, 2011 – Music in the Mountains announced that it has named Cristine Kelly as Executive Director. In that position, she will have the overall strategic implementation and operational responsibility for MIM. Kelly brings expertise in local nonprofits and fundraising to MIM. She will join the organization on November 28, just prior to the WinterFest choral concerts. Kelly most … Continue reading »
We are proud to announce that this year’s Maestro Award recipient is Jeffrey Shattuck Leiter, a long-time part of the MIM family, civic and community leader and supporter of the arts. Presented annually, the Maestro Award is the highest recognition of service to Music in the Mountains. The award recognizes work in pursuit of our mission to bring major cultural, … Continue reading »
We are proud to announce that this year’s Maestro Award recipient is Jeffrey Shattuck Leiter, a long-time part of the MIM family, a civic and community leader and supporter of the arts. This award is our highest recognition of service to MIM. Thank you Jeff! Read more…
Our two-week SummerFest Series was well attended and critically acclaimed. Thank you to all who purchased tickets and volunteered.
Thank you so much to everyone that attended our winter choral concerts! We wish you a very happy holiday season.