Welcome to the Sevenars Music Festival!
"One of the best small music festivals in the USA"
Please visit us for our 47th
Season in the Summer of 2014!
Sundays, 4:00 PM, July 13- August 17th
World Renowned Artists -- Prizewinning Newcomers
Sevenars Concerts, established in 1968, was selected one of the six best small music festivals in the USA by Time
Magazine. It has presented more than 300 guest artists since 1976, including world-renowned performers and prizewinning newcomers.
Enrichment programs for schoolchildren and arts and crafts exhibits have also been presented. Concerts are held in the landmark
Academy established in 1895 by Russell Conwell, founder of Temple University and author of the famous "Acres of Diamonds"
lecture. Sevenars Concerts, a cultural "Acres of Diamonds" is located in the idyllic Berkshire town of Worthington,
Sevenars in the evening
-- please visit in the Summer, 2014 to see Sevenars in the sunshine!
Schedule: Sundays, 4PM
to August 17
♦ July 13
The Schrade/James Family musicians
Solo, Piano Duo, and Cello
♦ July 20
Lynn Klock, saxophone, with
J. Noble, Jr., piano
♦ July 27
Manchester Music Festival
Ariel Rudiakov, viola
Michael Brown, piano
Alexis Pia Gerlach, cello
♦ August 3
The Allant Piano Trio
Anna Park, violin
Alina Lim, cello
♦ August 10
Jerry Noble and Friends
Bob Sparkman, clarinet
John Van Eps, percussion
and Christopher James, Cello
♦ August 17
Lynelle James, piano
Click here for information about concerts.
Concerts (July -August, 2014) are held at the Academy, South Ireland Street and Rte. 112, South Worthington, MA 01098
address: Sevenars, c/o R. Schrade, 30 East End Avenue, Ste. 3A, New York, N.Y. 10028)
Admission: $20 General (refreshments included).
For further information, click the Information
option of the menu to the left of this page
or email Sevenars@aol.com
or call: 413-238-5854
This project is funded in part by the Cultural Councils of
Chesterfield, Huntington, Montgomery, Plainfield, Russell, and Worthington, local agencies which are funded in part by the
Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment of the Arts. Sevenars is deeply grateful for the
help of these supportive towns!