Opening night is June 24! |  View Online

Opening night is exactly one week from today, and we are pleased to announce that we are increasing audience capacity and making more tickets available for all Bravo! Vail concerts.

This summer is a celebration: a celebration of music, connection, and the resiliency of our collective human spirit. Expect heartfelt performances from artists that are eager and excited to share what they do best. We are overjoyed to welcome you back for one of our most inspirational seasons thus far.

Come join the celebration! Tickets are available for Opening Night on June 24 with The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra featuring violinist Joshua Bell, and for concerts throughout the season.

The New Bravo! Vail Music Festival App

At Bravo! Vail, we want you to get the most out of the music, which is why we are excited to announce the launch of the Bravo! Vail Music Festival app, presented by the Berry Charitable Foundation. 

The Bravo! Vail smartphone app adds to your experience with must-have features: 

  • Buy tickets
  • Read program notes
  • Watch videos of outstanding moments
  • Enjoy photos
  • Plan your visit
  • And much more

New this year is LiveNote, an interactive way to engage with the music before the concert. New content will be added as the season progresses, giving you the latest information for your Bravo! Vail experience. 

Search for “Bravo! Vail Music Festival” in the Apple App store or Google Play Store and download today. 

Can't Come to the Concert?
Experience Bravo! Vail Digitally

Amidst the uncertainty of the 2020 season, we rose to the occasion and invested in recording and broadcast technology to provide online access to live concerts. Cameras with cinema-quality lenses, strategically placed to follow the musical score, create exceptionally sensitive and profound virtual concert experiences. 

We are grateful to present more livestream concerts during our 2021 season -- one each from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, The Philadelphia Orchestra, and the New York Philharmonic -- made possible by The Sturm Family and ANB Bank. Tune in live online for just $15 per concert per household. For more details, visit

Pianist Amy Yang and the Dover Quartet performing a livestream concert during the 2020 Bravo! Vail Music Festival.

Complimentary Community Concerts
From Vail to Gypsum

Our beloved, long-standing Community Concerts return to Vail Interfaith Chapel, a beautiful location right in the heart of the Vail Village. Take a break from the day and join us for a complimentary, hour-long chamber music concert performed by the Festival’s renowned musicians. 

The first concert at the Vail Interfaith Chapel begins at 1:00PM on Tuesday, July 6. Artistic Director Anne-Marie McDermott will be joined by violinist Oliver Neubauer and violist Tabitha Rhee. The trio will perform sonatas by Schubert and more. 

Click the button below to make reservations for complimentary tickets and to see dates and times for all the season's Community Concerts throughout the Vail Valley.

Creative Philanthropy – Gifts of Real Estate

Real estate can sometimes be an excellent option when considering a meaningful gift to Bravo! Vail. Depending upon a person’s goals and priorities, these gifts can be made either during life or as part of an estate plan. Examples may include:

  • Personal Residence
  • Vacation Home
  • Commercial Property
  • Undeveloped Land

There are multiple ways in which a gift of real estate could not only support Bravo! Vail, but also achieve other financial and estate planning goals. Everyone’s situation is a little different, but here are a few ideas to consider... click to read article on,

Bravo! Vail Playlists on

Our June playlist highlights chamber music from Hungarian composer Béla Bartók, whose string quartets are featured in this season’s Immersive Experiences series. These works are among the crowning achievements of 20th-century chamber music and represent the span of Bartók’s compositional language, from the lyrical to the gritty. Hear these masterworks from July 29 – 31, in performances by the Escher Quartet and Anne-Marie McDermott.

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