Winter Classics Music Festival  January 2011

The Winter Classics Music Festival is a project of the Park City Chamber Music Society. The Festival is an added component of the Park City Music Festival, Utah's longest-running classical music festival. The Park City Music Festival was founded in 1984 (originally called the Deer Valley Chamber Music Festival) and is now going into it 27th Season.

The Winter Classics Festival brings outstanding professional classical soloists together to perform chamber music for intimate audiences in spectacular settings. Much like enjoying world class concerts in your own living room, the Festival specializes in presenting concerts of the highest calibre in casual, relaxing settings.

Tickets are easy to purchase - prices are reasonable: $20 regular admission and $15 for students and seniors 62+, with additional discounts available by purchasing discount punchcards (punchcards may be shared). Tickets are general seating, fully exchangeable and unused tickets carry over to the next festival and the next season. Tickets are available online in advance as well as at the door prior to each concert. Tickets for house concerts are generally $50 per person and include bountiful refreshments. House concert reservations can be made by email or by phone.

Call 435-649-5309 or email

To join the Festival Email List for future House Concert Invitations, send an email to with "subscribe house concerts" in the subject line.

The Winter Classics Music Festival

Intimate Chamber Music Concerts performed by Acclaimed Artists

The Winter Classics Music Festival February 2012


2012 Concert Dates are To Be Announced. There are no concerts in January, but there will be two concerts in February, 2012. Please email to be on the list for updates on the dates and locations of the February concerts.


The Winter Classics Music Festival is

made possible in part through support from the Georges S. and Dolores DoreĀ“ Eccles Foundation, the Phyllis Egermeier Trust, the Summit County RAP Tax Fund, the Summit County Restaurant Tax Fund, the Utah Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Salt Lake County ZAP Tax Fund, and the Park City Chamber of Commerce.