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.Please send an email to [email protected] and get on our mailing list to stay up to date. We are an affiliate of the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra RSO.com.
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Home for the Holidays: Maestro Wiley and Friends
Sunday, December 18th, 2022 3:00pm at the Floyd Events Center
Adelaide Muir Trombetta, soprano
Kevin Matheson, violin
Come Celebrate the spirit of the season with uplifting Holiday music with Maestro Wiley and friends.
Favorites from The Messiah, Greensleeves, O Holy Night, The Nutcracker, and Wiley’s special Ukrainian Bell Carol Fantasy. An afternoon concert in festive Celebration Hall for the whole family to enjoy — even a Carol singalong!
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Sandra Smith Scholarship ConcertMay 7th 2pm First United Methodist Church in Salem 125 W. Main Street. Salem, VA Performers will be various alumni of Floyd County High School including renown organist Michael Bower who is currently Director of Music at St. Agnes Cathedral in Rockville Centre, N.Y.. Donations accepted NOW. Please send them to: Floyd County Cares Designate Sandra Smith Scholarship Fund 100 E Main St, Ste 108 Floyd VA 24091 For More Info: please email: Naomi VanCeave at [email protected] or call her: 540-529-4978 Learn More
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News & Updates
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...
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...