Annual Hot Springs Music Festival

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Event Details

The Hot Springs Music Festival brings together hundreds of international musicians each year to the city. During the festival around 200 international musicians will present 20 concerts and more than 250 free open rehearsals with at least one concert every day.

A goal of the event is to make sure classical music is and remains relevant to people today by making the music easily accessible to a wide audience range. Central to the festival is a mentorship program, which pairs world-class musicians with pre-professional apprentices. The two groups play side by side throughout the festival.

The festival takes place in a variety of venues around town including art galleries, hotel ballrooms and historic buildings. The schedule highlights a variety of musical options. Among these are opening day festivities that showcase a brass ensemble outside on the steps of the Arlington Hotel. Detailed concert and program information is available at the festival’s website.

Annual Hot Springs Music Festival

Address : Various Venues in Historic Downtown District Hot Springs AR
Phone : (501) 623-4763   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Most events free; some $10-15

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