Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society

The Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society is committed to bringing Stowe area audiences the finest performances of an extraordinary repertoire and to creating transformative education programs that will delight community members of all ages.

As Artistic Director I work to bring together musicians of the highest caliber to share their passion and talents with you. Attend a performance, subscribe to the season, become a Chamber Music Society member, or sponsor a world-class musician. Please, join me in ensuring the enduring availability of this style of classical music performance!

With gratitude,
Jia Kim, Artistic Director






Become a Chamber Music Society Member, today!

2019-20 Season Dates

Sunday, October 13, 7pm – Occupied Berlin
Saturday January 18, 7pm – Beethoven’s 250th
Sunday, February 16, 7pm – Intimate Letters
Saturday, March 28, 7pm – Voices of Women

Cultivating musicians and appreciation of the art is a core part of each residency. Chamber Music Society outreach includes offering free programs to area schools to expose students to chamber music through school assemblies, music-class workshops, and orchestra/band ensemble visits. Adults have a chance to connect through the ArtSmart lecture series with Artistic Director Jia Kim; the series provides insight into the musical selections, composers, and musicians that are part of the upcoming public performances. Through careful planning and programming, we ensure that the amazing talents who perform here provide wonderful experiences for us and our region, often for people who wouldn’t otherwise have the opportunity to enjoy such music.

2020 Musicians
2019 Musicians
2018 Musicians

Why Chamber Music?

Chamber Music is the most versatile and personal form of music. With anywhere from two to nine players, one person to a part, it is a true musical conversation and democracy. Chamber Music is, in literal terms, music played in a “chamber”. The intimacy of the setting allows for a direct connection between the audience and musicians. The wide range of repertoire and the plethora of stories and emotion the music conveys ensures the enduring relevance of this style of classical music performance.

We Need Your Support!
And there are three key ways you can make a difference:

1. ATTEND concerts
Experience the intimacy of concerts on stage and the power of a direct connection between artists and musicians. The experience is sure to inspire you to become a chamber music ambassador!

   Sunday, October 13, 7pm – Occupied Berlin
   Saturday January 18, 7pm – Beethoven’s 250th
   Sunday, February 16, 7pm – Intimate Letters
   Saturday, March 28, 7pm – Voices of Women

Click here for the 2020 Chamber Music Society Subscription for all four performances

2. BECOME a CMS Member
Memberships start at just $150 and offer a wide variety of benefits including first dibs on tickets to
regular season performances and invitation to our annual summer event.

3. SPONSOR an Artist
Sponsoring one or more artists is a special way to support the Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society while providing a unique opportunity to personally get to know the artists. Join us on the journey to bring the Stowe region world class musicians of extraordinary repertoire and transformative educational programs that will benefit community members of all ages! Sponsorships are $1,200 and cover artist fees over the course of their residency.

For more information contact Hope Sullivan at hsullivan@sprucepeakarts.org or 802-760-4635


 Advisory Committee
Irene Bareau
Walter Frame, SPPAC Board liaison
Gerry Griffin
Robi Hodge
Heide Horsley

Bill Pope
Christopher & Laura Ott

Patti Spence
Sidney Stark
Jill Witten

Spruce Peak Chamber Music Artistic Director
Jia Kim

Season Sponsors      
Stires- Stark Family Foundation      

      Community & Education Fund

2019 Artist Sponsors      
Irene Bareau
Robi & Jim Hodge
Natalie & Tom Hubbs
Laura & Christopher Ott
Stires- Stark Family Foundation
Jill & Roger Witten
Additional Support from      
Media sponsor