Valentine Concert

Merc Playhouse, Feb. 14 at 7:00pm

(doors open at 6:30)   Program   Directions   Tickets

Join us in the beautiful Methow Valley this winter for an evening rich with superb music, wine, and special romantic magic conjured just for you. Our doors open early for socializing, and stay open late so you can meet the musicians. The program features piano quartets by the sensuous, romantic Spaniard, Joaquin Turina, and the incomparable Johannes Brahms, lead by one of Canada's finest violinists, Jasper Wood.

Things to Do Together

Listening to great music is fun, and even more fun when doing it with people you like.

About the Festival

We have one goal: Promote the appreciation of chamber music in the Methow Valley. We do that through concerts, free performances, lectures, and the personal contact that naturally occurs between the audience and artists at our events.

Violinist Yuri Namkung completes a powerfully emotional solo.Yuri Namkung

House an Artist

All our musicians stay with local families. Housing a musician is a wonderfully satisfying experience; especially inspiring to those with young children.

The Festival auditorium (a rennovated barn) sits in a high pasture overlooking the mountainous Methow Valley.Signal Hill Ranch

Festival History

Our Festival began in 1996, in a lush, green meadow near the town of Mazama, when violinist John Konigsmark began producing high-quality classical chamber music concerts amidst the splendid scenic backdrop of the Methow Valley. Today we perform in a rennovated barn purpose-built for chamber music.


The Festival welcomes your comments.

Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival
P.O. Box 249
Winthrop, WA
Phone: 509-997-5000

If you call, please leave a message for the festival. Our phone is not monitored every day.



Our Sponsors

Betti FoundationCentral ReservationsIcicle FundMethow Arts - 30 Years of ArtCommunity Foundation of Northwest Central WashingtonOkanogan CountryThe Piano Garden(TM)Spokane Public Radio KPBX 91.1Twisp River SuitesWindermere Real Estate