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You Can Inspire the Extraordinary

November 29, 2017

Dear Festival Friends, Thank YOU for giving me an incredible opportunity that has transformed my relationship with music, not only as a habit and vocation, but also as a means of living and growing among others. Your enduring connection with the Bowdoin International Music Festival helped give me an experience that will influence the rest of my life. I ...

Summer Positions Available

October 29, 2017

Would you like to spend your summer in beautiful coastal Maine, in the company of some of the world's finest musicians? We have positions available for this summer in our music office, production crew, and in residential life. Each summer approximately twenty five college and graduate school aged musicians and administrators come together in a lively and cre ...

Introducing Susanne Stover

October 11, 2017

We are happy to announce that Susanne Stover has been hired as the Festival's new Finance and HR Officer. Stover comes to the Festival following a 20+ year corporate career in New York and California, most recently as the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the New York Racing Association and Chief Financial Officer for Rosa Mexicano Restau ...

The Festival Returns for 53rd Season

June 13, 2017

This summer the Festival celebrates our 53rd gathering of musicians and music lovers of all ages in beautiful Brunswick, Maine. This is a cherished time when teaching, learning, inspiring, and collaborating happen and life-long friendships form. We take great pride in expressing a strong sense of community through our public concerts and events. At these ...

Q&A with Bowie Ma, viola

June 1, 2017

This past summer the Bowdoin International Music Festival welcomed 255 student participants from 27 countries and 30 states, including 17 remarkable Festival Fellows. Sixty-five percent of these participants received scholarship funds from the Festival. In celebration of an incredible 2016 season and in anticipation of an even better 2017 season, we’ve rea ...

Q&A with Ming Hang Tam, violin

May 25, 2017

This past summer the Bowdoin International Music Festival welcomed 255 student participants from 27 countries and 30 states, including 17 remarkable Festival Fellows. Sixty-five percent of these participants received scholarship funds from the Festival. In celebration of an incredible 2016 season and in anticipation of an even better 2017 season, we’ve rea ...

Q&A with Lev Roshal, violin

May 18, 2017

This past summer the Bowdoin International Music Festival welcomed 255 student participants from 27 countries and 30 states, including 17 remarkable Festival Fellows. Sixty-five percent of these participants received scholarship funds from the Festival. In celebration of an incredible 2016 season and in anticipation of an even better 2017 season, we’ve rea ...

Q&A with Sarah Thomas, violin

May 11, 2017

This past summer the Bowdoin International Music Festival welcomed 255 student participants from 27 countries and 30 states, including 17 remarkable Festival Fellows. Sixty-five percent of these participants received scholarship funds from the Festival. In celebration of an incredible 2016 season and in anticipation of an even better 2017 season, we’ve rea ...

Q&A with Reed Puleo, percussion

May 4, 2017

This past summer the Bowdoin International Music Festival welcomed 255 student participants from 27 countries and 30 states, including 17 remarkable Festival Fellows. Sixty-five percent of these participants received scholarship funds from the Festival. In celebration of an incredible 2016 season and in anticipation of an even better 2017 season, we’ve rea ...

Q&A with Zion Lee, violin

April 28, 2017

This past summer the Bowdoin International Music Festival welcomed 255 student participants from 27 countries and 30 states, including 17 remarkable Festival Fellows. Sixty-five percent of these participants received scholarship funds from the Festival. In celebration of an incredible 2016 season and in anticipation of an even better 2017 season, we’ve rea ...