Twickenham Fest 2015

Thanks to our audience and all our supporters for making this year a wonderful one.
We will see you in August 2016 for more music!

Resident Artists

The 2015 Fest Musicians have been announced ! We are excited to have friends old and new joining us this August.

See the page for more on each musician, and stay tuned for a few more to come. 

The Concerts

Twickenham Fest's guest artists perform free public concerts in downtown Huntsville.

Want more music? Twickenham Fest also hosts a Patron Soirée for its most avid supporters. The Soirée, held in a historic home, features a salon concert.

Support the Fest

Twickenham Fest relies on its individual patrons to bring world-class chamber music to the Huntsville community.

The festival is a 501(c)3 non-profit, and donations are tax-deductible.

About Twickenham Fest

Twickenham Fest is a premiere summer chamber music festival in Huntsville, Alabama. In 2010, co-founders Susanna Phillips and Matthew McDonald came together to bring the best young classical musicians to Huntsville. Each year, the Fest invites Artists in Residence to engage students and adults in Engagement and Education events and perform concerts that are FREE to the public.  Twickenham Fest maintains a mission to make exceptional live classical music available to all. 

The Five Year Anniversary Documentary - 2014

 Learn more about the Fest in the documentary below! In 2014, Twickenham Fest celebrated five years of music in Huntsville, AL with a special series of concerts, commissions and a special video about the Fest.

Documentary footage by Richard Wymark, API Productions, 2014. 

What's being said about Twickenham Fest?

"Robust, adventurous..." says Michael Huebner (The Birmingham News, of the all-Schubert concert August, 30, 2013.

Read HERE the review of the 2013 Annual New Commission from composer Christopher Weiss. Michael Huebner writes:

"The composer's sparse-textured scoring released a flood of profound emotions, heightened by Matthew McDonald's plaintive bassoon solos and soprano Susanna Phillips' sensitive rendering of the text."