Arizona Opera | The Met Live in HD

Don't Miss a Note!

Stay informed by joining our exclusive email list and receive special offers regarding Met HD!

Chamber Music Sedona Festivals

Dear Bluegrass friends:

Out Sedona Bluegrass Festival has been a terrific ride beginning with Richard Greene in 2007, and concluding in 2014 year with Darol Anger and the Furies along with Peter Rowan and others.

We are now returning to our roots with pure Chamber Music, and are dropping the Sedona Bluegrass Festival. We invite you to satisfy your bluegrass thirst when the Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music presents its 10th Anniversary Pickin in the Pines bluegrass festival September 18, 19 and 20 at the beautiful outdoor amphitheater at Fort Tuthill.

Early bird tickets go on sale soon. For information visit


Come to Sedona for its Beauty

Stay for its Arts & Amenities

Chamber Music Sedona is pleased to share community connections in Art and Culture, Culinary, Historic and Scientific, Outdoor and Viticulture opportunities during your stay.  Consider using the websites and services of these Chamber Music of Sedona supporters to plan your stay in Sedona.

[More Info]


RV and Campground Parks Near Sedona

Here is a list of RV Parks and Campgrounds in the Sedona area. This is not a comprehensive list. For the most complete information, either Google or Bing your request on the internet. We have no affiliation or connection with any of these parks. This list is offered as a convenience to our out-of-area visitors.

[More Info]


2015 Past Festival Events

2015 Sedona Winter MusicFest

Alexander Fiterstein & Nicholas Canellakis Artistic Directors

Escape to Sedona this January 6-11 and experience the Magical Music in the Red Rocks at Chamber Music Sedona's Winter Musicfest, the first major musical festival of the year! Located at an elevation of 4,500 feet in the beautiful red rock country of central Arizona, the exquisite grandeur of this unique landscape will be matched by an incredible array of amazing young artists who are re-defining chamber music for today and the future.

Six days of activity including three concerts, salon, master classes and multiple solo concerts that will delight your senses and make you forget the cold weather! Nicholas Cannelakis and Alexander Fiterstein, artistic directors.

From the movie "A Late Quartet" starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christopher Walken, Catherine Keener and Mark Ivanir to the final concert on Sunday, you will be amazed and thrilled by the music, the exhuberant performances and the passion of six of today's rising stars in the chamber music world.


Violinists Arnaud Sussmann & Harumi Rhodes
Violist Dimitri Murrath
Cellist Nicholas Canellakis
Clarinetist Alexander Fiterstein
Pianist Michael Brown

[More Info]


Festival Trio Salon

Sedona Winter MusicFest - Festival Trio Salon
January 7, 2015 @ 5:30 PM
Private home in Sedona area

Nicholas Canellakis-cello, Alexander Fiterstein-clarinet and Michael Brown-piano will perform a short program of eclectic music to delight your senses and entertain every listener. At this salon, you will have the chance to meet these young artists and mingle with your friends. Light appetizers will be available along with local wines from Page Springs Cellars and Arizona Stronghold. Socialize with your friends and these future stars of the classical music world. You can brag to your friends, "I met the artists before they really hit it big!"

Nicholas CanellakisAlexander FitersteinMichael Brown


Klezmer! Concert

Thursday, January 8, 2015 at 7:00 PM
Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley
100 Meadow Lark Drive, Sedona, AZ 86351

If there is a musical genre which translate the emotions of joy and exuberant happiness into music, it would be klezmer. Made famous by artists like Josh Horowitz, Yale Strom, and Bob Cohen, you will be tapping your feet and clapping your hands to the lively tunes that will reverberate throughout the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley.

Arnaud Sussmann & Harumi Rhodes, violin
Dimitri Murrath, viola ~ Nicholas Canellakis, cello
Alexander Fiterstein, clarinet

Get your Klezmer! tickets here!

[More Info]

[Directions & Seating]

Klezmer! Concert Tickets

Members, please use the code on the back of your membership card during checkout to get the member pricing. Didn't receive your membership card? Please call the office at 928-204-2415.
If you are not a member and would like to join, please click here!
All ticket sales are final. There are no refunds, exchanges or cancellations. Artists and pricing are subject to change without notice.
Please note that a handling fee will be added to your total. Reserved is $4 per ticket, and General Admission is $3 per ticket.(Non-Members only)

Klezmer! Reserved Seating $40     Get your Klezmer! tickets here!

Klezmer! General Admission $20   Get your Klezmer! tickets here!


Sedona Winter MusicFest
Virtuosi! Concert

Friday, January 9, 2015 at 7:00 P.M.
Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa
90 Ridge Trail Drive Sedona, AZ

Join us at the Hilton for this wonderful concert and let the lyrical luminosity of this music sweep over you. Six fantastically talented chamber musicians take you on a musical tour around the world through their music from many nations.

Arnaud Sussmann and Harumi Rhodes, violin
Dimitri Murrath, viola ~ Nicholas Canellakis, cello
Alexander Fiterstein, clarinet ~ Michael Brown, piano

[More Info]

[Directions & Seating]


Sedona Winter MusicFest
The American Experience! Concert

Sunday, January 11, 2015 at 2:30 P.M.
Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa
90 Ridge Trail Drive Sedona, AZ

We cap off the Sedona Winter MusicFest with this concert which concentrates on the music created here in America by composers who listened to the unwavering heartbeat of this amazing country. Sit back and enjoy the beauty of American chamber music performed by its most gifted young stars.

Arnaud Sussmann and Harumi Rhodes, violin
Dimitri Murrath, viola ~ Nicholas Canellakis, cello
Alexander Fiterstein, clarinet ~ Michael Brown, piano

[More Info]

[Directions & Seating]


Online marketing and website design

Top header image by: Andrew Holman Photography