Berks County's own chamber orchestra presents:

"Music on the Mountain"

Butterworth The Banks of Green Willow

Mendelssohn A Midsummer's Night Dream

Jill Haley National Parks Suite

Respighi The Birds

Copland Appalachian Spring

Saturday, June 12th, 2021 at 2:00pm

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Amphitheater

1700 Hawk Mountain Rd, Kempton, PA

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MUSIC ON THE MOUNTAIN

 

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary and the Berks Sinfonietta team up to present Music on the Mountain, a 90-minute presentation of classical selections on Saturday, June 12 at 2 PM in the Sanctuary’s new accessible amphitheater. Seating is limited, and tickets cost $15 for Hawk Mountain members and $25 for Non-member at https://www.hawkmountain.org/events/music-on-the-mountain-berks-sinfonietta. Music on the Mountain is made possible thanks to sponsorship by the Smith Family of Berks County.

 

Ticketholders may bring their own folding chairs, and light refreshments will be provided along with a surprise live raptor guest following the event.

 

Music on the Mountain marks the first performance by Berks Sinfonietta before a live audience since March 2020, as well as the first classical music program ever held at the Sanctuary.

 

“Our new amphitheater offers a beautiful setting, covered space for the musicians, space for guests to distance, and is a great way to support and promote another Berks County non-profit,” explains Sanctuary President Sean Grace.

 

Berks Sinfonietta will perform selections that celebrate the outdoors and the changing seasons of June, such as The Banks of Green Willow by George Butterworth, music to A Midsummer’s Night Dream by Mendelssohn, National Parks Suite by composer and musician Jill Haley, The Birds by Ottorino Respighi, and Appalachian Spring Suite by Copland.

 

Berks Sinfonietta is a nonprofit chamber orchestra serving the Reading and Berks County communities. Its mission is to expand the appreciation for, and to promote the art of classical music. As a local ensemble, the orchestra consists exclusively of musicians from the community, ranging in skill level from students and talented amateurs to area professionals.

 

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary is the world’s first refuge of prey and an international center for raptor conservation. Its 2,500-acre Sanctuary is open to the public year-round and trail admission, membership dues, program fees, gifts and grants support its local-to-global raptor conservation mission.

Berks Sinfonietta relies on public support from individuals like you to make our concerts possible. If you would like to make a contribution, visit our donation page. 

WHEN?

WHERE?

TICKETS

The performance takes place Saturday, June 12, 2021 at 2:00pm and will last approximately 90 minutes.

 

Rain date, if needed, will be the following day, Sunday, June 13, 2021 at 2:00pm

Amphitheater, Hawk Mountain Sanctuary

1700 Hawk Mountain Rd, Kempton, PA 19529

 

Phone: 610-756-6961

Website: https://www.hawkmountain.org/ 

 

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$15 for Hawk Mountain Members

$25 Non-Members

 

Due to COVID-19 safety guidelines, tickets are limited. You must purchase a ticket in advance for this performance.


When you order online, you will receive confirmation in your email. Questions can be directed to info@berkssinfonietta.org

While viewership of our digital concerts is free, Berks Sinfonietta relies on public donations to hire local musicians, purchase and rent music, and continue bringing great music to our community. Please consider a donation in any amount or on a recurring basis.