celebrating the infinite riches of chamber music for 47 years
Yellow Barn Concerts: July 8 – August 6
Composer in Residence Stefano Gervasoni: August 2 – 6
Young Artists Program Concerts: June 24 & 30 | July 1
Masterclasses: July 9, 16, 18, & 25
All Yellow Barn venues are handicapped accessible.
Yellow Barn Concerts
July 8 – August 6
Since 1969, Yellow Barn has gathered together an international community of musicians ranging from conservatory students to renowned professionals. For five weeks, Yellow Barn creates an ideal environment for creative exploration and expression, resulting in a series of extraordinary public performances. Each season’s repertoire is unique, spanning a wide range of eras and genres, offering infinite insights into chamber music—for performers, composers and audiences alike.
Preceding the main season is the Young Artists Program for outstanding composers and performers ages 13–20, with three concerts that include classical repertoire and world premiere performances of works created during the program.
July 9, 16, 23, & 30 | August 6
On Saturdays, audience members are invited to the putney public library for an intimate introduction to the evening’s concert given by Yellow Barn musicians.
July 9: Gilbert Kalish, piano
July 16: Donald Weilerstein, violin
July 18: Kim Kashkashian, viola
July 25: Laurence Lesser, cello
At Yellow Barn masterclasses, audience members are invited to sit in the Big Barn with Yellow Barn musicians and witness the interpretive process as yellow barn faculty and guests coach participants on a wide range of repertoire.
The annual Children’s Concert welcomes families to campus for a special performance and opportunity to interact with Yellow Barn's international community of musicians.
Yellow barn’s open house affords audiences the chance to spend an afternoon attending open rehearsals, participating in discussions, and sharing a meal with Yellow Barn musicians on campus.
Composer in Residence: Stefano Gervasoni
August 2 – 6
Since the 1970s, composers of all nationalities have enriched yellow barn’s summer season with their music, the work they do with musicians, and interactions with audiences. This summer yellow barn welcomes renowned italian composer Stefano Gervasoni. His residency week offers multiple performances of his music, including the annual composer portrait, an evening of music and conversation with Yellow Barn musicians.
The Parker Quartet
Yellow barn welcomes alumni ensemble The Parker Quartet back to putney for a special pre-season performance, including Webern's Five Movements for String Quartet, Bartók's String Quartet No.1, and Schubert's String Quartet in G Major, D.887.