The French celebrations don’t end with Bastille Day this summer! Join Music@Menlo‘s summer festival, French Reflections from July 19–August 10, celebrating over 300 years of French classical music.

Listen to world-class artists, including pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet and the Viano String Quartet, and masterpieces by Couperin, Debussy, Ravel, and Fauré. Discover also lesser-heard works by composers like Cecile Chaminade, the first woman composer to be awarded the Legion d’honneur.

Additionally, join the morning master classes with renowned musicians, and free afternoon performances by the talented young artists of Music@Menlo’s Chamber Music Institute.

All events take place on the picturesque Menlo School campus, with space to enjoy pre-concert picnics.

With 44 incredible artists and music spanning 300 years, don’t miss this exceptional summer festival!


About Music@Menlo
Music@Menlo is an internationally acclaimed chamber music festival and institute in the San Francisco Bay Area. It features unique immersive programming, a roster of world-class artists, and a Chamber Music Institute for emerging professional musicians. Intimate performance venues and offerings such as AudioNotes MP3s, Café Conversations, and the Encounter lecture series offer a range of opportunities to connect with chamber music.
When: July 19–August 10
Where: Menlo School campus, 50 Valparaiso Avenue Atherton, CA 94027
Reserve your tickets here

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