Happy Summerfest

Saturday, August 8, 2020

Artwork by  Jarrett J. Krosoczka

On Saturday, August 8, 2020,

NCMC presents Summerfest,

a collection of NCMC student performances that fill homes

across the Pioneer Valley,

and beyond, with music.

NCMC students share their music

through recorded performances,

and local businesses sponsor student performances

to raise money for

NCMC's scholarship program. 

Summerfest Sponsors

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Springfest (this year Summerfest) is an annual event that brings together students, teachers and ensembles of the Northampton Community Music Center for a day of outdoor performances at sites along Main Street in downtown Northampton. Historically, more than 50 local businesses support this event each year, and box donations are collected throughout the day, raising more than $10,000 for NCMC's scholarship program.

Students are encouraged to participate in Practice-a-thon, whereby they gather pledges from family and friends for their practice time during the month leading up to Springfest. Exciting prizes are awarded to the students who practice daily and raise the most funds for the scholarship program.  A party for all participants is held each June.

If you own or manage a business that would like to sponsor Summerfest, please contact the Executive Director at (413) 585-0001.

Click here to view the available sponsorship packages.

Springfest artwork from past years:

Northampton Community Music Center

139 South Street

Northampton, MA  01060

(413) 585-0001

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NCMC is a proud member of the National Guild for Community Arts Education and the Suzuki Association of the Americas.

NCMC programs are made possible in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

Chamber music at NCMC is supported by a grant from ACMP (Associated Chamber Music Players).

Due to COVID-19, our building is closed to visitors, but you can reach our Registrar Kim by phone during these hours:

Mondays  9:00-2:00

Tuesdays  9:00-2:00

Wednesdays  9:00-2:00

Thursdays  9:00-2:00

Alternatively, you can email NCMC's administrative staff at any time and we will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible:

Kim Hoff, Registrar

Jason Trotta, Executive DIrector