Spring For Music Festival

Friday, May 6, 2011 through Saturday, May 14, 2011

Spring for Music is a festival of concerts by North American symphony and chamber orchestras performing creative, stimulating, and adventurous programs. Presented annually in the Isaac Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall to music-loving audiences at affordable prices, the festival is designed to allow participating orchestras to showcase their artistic philosophies. Pre-concert talks will explore how that night’s program relates to each orchestra's artistic philosophy. The festival becomes a musical laboratory with lively and attentive audiences that can foster greater innovation in each orchestra’s home market.

All the box office receipts for the seven concerts will be divided equally among the participating orchestras, net of credit card and box office charges, at the end of the festival.