Live classical music returned to the Sun Valley Pavilion this year, along with the Festival’s all-star orchestra and renowned guest artists. Students returned to classrooms to learn music with Festival faculty and musicians. And exuberant audiences joined in as online broadcasts in the winter and spring transitioned—with much excitement—to live, in-person concerts at the Sun Valley Pavilion. The Wood River Valley came together as one musical community again.
The impact of Festival programs can be estimated with numbers but is also revealed in the smiling faces and joyful memories of all who participate. This year’s Annual Report includes figures from throughout the year, along with narratives, photos, and videos that help tell the full story. There’s also a new concert broadcast to enjoy, available for a limited time (October 29-November 5) with this report.
Of course, the concerts and education programs exist only because of Festival supporters who value bringing live music into the lives of children and adults in the community, whether online or in person, and always for free. Your support makes it all possible. Thank you!
2021 Annual Report
2021 Summer Season: Music And Moments To Remember
Two years in the making, live classical music returned to the Sun Valley Pavilion this summer. Amidst the reunions and celebrations were musical moments that will resonate for years to come. Here’s a look at a few in the video below: