Music festival offers family fun
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These musicians enjoy performing alongside nature.
These musicians enjoy performing alongside nature.
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JAMAICA- The sixth season of Pikes Falls Chamber Music Festival in the town hall will be held from July 26 to August 5. This year, PFCM will hold a series of evening concerts and a family and community day including an open mic night.

In addition, PFCM musicians will bring their concerts to the Jamaica State Park, Townshend, and Brattleboro. This summer, PFCM is excited to welcome both the NakedEye Ensemble and Trio Amphion as they present guest concerts throughout the two weeks of the festival.

The first week of the festival features North Country, a world premiere by composer-in-residence Nathan Lincoln-Decusatis. The first week also introduces the Pikes Falls Film Program, curated by artists-in-residence Andrew Brehm and Jennifer Lauren Smith. During the second week, poet Laureate Sydney Lea and cartoonist laureate James Kochalka offer creative contributions.

Admission is free of charge, but donations are appreciated. Town hall seats can be reserved for $10. For a complete schedule visit www.pikesfallschambermusicfestival.com.
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