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May 2019

"Perhaps the most unique concert event in the country, this festival sees esteemed musicians from around the world performing outdoors inside stunning red rock venues. You simply have to see—and hear—it to believe it." 

January 2019

In 2018, the Moab Music Festival was joined by Fred Child and Performance Today. Click the links below to watch Fred's video clips from his visit to the Festival. 

Visiting the Moab Music Festival 

Reflections on the Moab Music Festival 

Moab Music Festival Ranch Concert

January 2019

For the past 26 years, the Moab Music Festival has been attracting fans from around the world for some of the most unique performances of classical and chamber music. During three weeks in September, the southwestern town, located near Arches National Park, hosts performances in town halls, ranches and the middle of Utah's ethereal desert landscape. NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker reports.

July 2013

Utah's Sandstone Canyons Set the Stage For Moab Music Festival
 

June 2013

Hit the Road and Hear Some Summer Music Festivals
Set in the sublime red rock spaces around Moab, Utah - here you can sit in a natural rock amphitheater or hike to a secret wilderness location to hear a concert

NPR

June 2013

Moab Festival news: in his “Deceptive Cadence” blog, Tom Huizenga of NRPMusic.org calls the Moab Music Festival “a can’t-miss classical music festival.”

June 2013

Stunning scenery surrounds the remarkable venues of the Moab Music Festival...[with its] signature concerts in a red rock grotto, free open rehearsals and chamber programs, and Music Hikes to hidden natural concert halls..." 

May 2013

This region is better known for mountain biking than for music. But since 1992, it has hosted an intimate festival that brings classical, jazz, Latin and other types of tunes to the red-rock landscape.

September 2012

In his Sept 9, 2012 blog Reichel Recommends (The Arts in Utah and Beyond), author and composer Edward Reichel wrote that he attended a “vibrant program of American Music…The composers represented at [the] Moab Music Festival concert weren’t the grouping one would normally expect in an exploration of American music. Aside from Aaron Copland, arguably the dean of American music, the concert included music by Scott Joplin (the greatest of rag composers and pianists) and Derek Bermel ([who is] also quite a remarkable clarinetist). It was an interesting combination that worked surprisingly well.

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