“Everything at Marlboro is modest, not grand or showy, and that modesty is an inward, spiritual quality as much as a physical one.”
A strong family spirit permeates Marlboro and envelopes all who attend.
Marlboro “is a reminder that sometimes playing music doesn’t have to be about an end goal… sometimes the exploration and the love of the music itself is point enough.”
Violinist, scholar, and translator Philipp Naegele—one of the first young musicians to participate at the Marlboro—reflects on a Marlboro landmark.
Dr. Güneş Ege talks about discovering Marlboro as a student in 1956 and her experiences at the Festival over more than half a century.
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