iMarlboro Music Co-Founders Blanche Moyse, violin; Rudolf Serkin, piano; Hermann Busch, cello. Photo by Clemens Kalischer.

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Concert History

Marlboro Music is acclaimed worldwide as an institution devoted to artistic excellence and to developing new musical leaders who illuminate all areas of music today. It is where the concept of having master artists play together with exceptional young professional musicians was born—initiating a dynamic new approach to learning.

After three weeks of daily rehearsals, Marlboro presents a portion of its musical collaborations at weekend concerts, held from mid-July to mid-August. Audiences share in the sense of discovery—seeing exciting young musicians playing side-by-side with master artists, and hearing chamber music masterworks and unfamiliar pieces performed with great passion and joy.

This section offers a complete record of Marlboro performances from 1951, searchable by composer, artist or work. Explore diverse repertoire combinations or view information about particular artists from Marlboro’s past.

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After setting search criteria above, click the "Search for Performances" button. A list of the performances will appear in a new page. Click the "details" link next to any performance to view full details.

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