Classical Music

in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Welcome to Virginia’s Blue Ridge Music Festival, centered in beautiful Floyd County.

Our focus is on music education, especially the support of local young people, and on broadening our region’s musical richness by making classical music and a blend of classical and Appalachian heritage styles affordable and available in our community – in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

Recently highlighted in the 2018 Fall/Winter Floyd Magazine which you can read online here

Thank you for attending this past Spring Concert

more information about that concert available here

Coming up next:

  • Continuation of the Blue Ridge Strings Program

    For info Click here

  • Fall youth Concert on Nov 9th at Zion Lutheran Church – More information will come shortly

  • Home for the Holidays with Bouknight & Wiley family at Celebration Hall on Dec 22nd at 3PM – more information to come

Whoa!  We are happy to announce that recently some of our scholarship winners got the opportunity to meet the great Itzhak Perlman.

Heather Blake with Itzhak Perlman

Aaron Shelor and Elizabeth Matheson meet with Itzhak Perlman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Blue Ridge Springs Program

Starting up again on September 12th

Register for the new season here:

Working with the June Bug Center, VBRMF has helped many kids learn music.

To learn more, click here.

Last June.. hope you didn’t miss it.

“Barber, Mozart, Vivaldi”    

Sunday, June 10, 3:00 pm   

Celebration Hall, Floyd EcoVillage

To learn more: 

Patrick Henry Brass Band

Thanks for attending the 2017

Spring Concert

Improvisation Workshop
Scholarship Winners

CALENDAR

November 9th, Youth Concert – 3PM at Zion Lutheran Church

Dec 22nd – Home for the Holidays at Floyd Event Center

March 7th, 2020 – Ranier Trio at Floyd Center of the Arts

June 28, 2020 3PM annual Spring Concert at Floyd Event Center

News & Updates

2017 Scholarship Recipients

On May 21,2017, at the Bach to Bluegrass Concert, three young Floyd County musicians were awarded scholarships by VBRMF.   In memory of Ed Fallon, Eli Wildman, age 16, was awarded a scholarship to attend the Berklee Global String Program this summer.  Aila Wildman and...

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Laurel Brooke Update

In 2015 Laurel Brooke of Floyd, a violinist, received the David S. Wiley Scholarship from Virginia’s Blue Ridge Music Festival. She then attended New River Community College for a year as a part-time student--not only to gain credits for general education, but also to...

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