Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival announces ticket sales for its 20th season

Amelia Island Chamber Music
Press Release
December 16, 2020

The Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival announced today the opening of ticket sales for the 2021 Season. The line-up of international and national musical stars, as well as local artists, are scheduled to perform concerts both live in Island venues and virtually for the safety of both musicians and audiences.

Online ticket sales are available at Tickets sales are open first to our valued donors at the following contribution levels, and then to the general public. Starting at 8 am Wed, Dec 16 to $500+ donors, then at 8 am Fri, Dec 18 to $100 – $499 donors, and finally at 8 am Mon, Dec 21 ticket sales are open to the general public.

Beginning in January, the acclaimed Dover Quartet with Christopher Rex, the Festivals’ General & Artistic Director, opens the season with a virtual concert and the season extends through 11 spectacular concerts including the world-renowned violinist Midori. The season concludes in May with a concert by the legendary bluegrass group Balsam Range.

“Hosting these artists reflects our growing status as one of the nation’s premier classical music festivals. The ability to grace our stages with such internationally renowned artists is a testimony to the strength and support of our valued contributors, ticket-buyers, and volunteers” said Christopher Rex.

Those who are not already a donor should consider becoming one. It’s easy to do online. Concert tickets are expected to sell out quickly considering the line-up of international and national musical stars and the reduced seating to allow for live socially distanced performances. This is particularly true for premier seating.

The Festival could not happen without our valued music-loving contributors. Their financial support accounts for a significant portion of the funds needed to bring these world-class musical artists to Amelia Island. Visit to learn about the special benefits contributors receive by donating at various levels.

Festival Board President Emma Mills Bledsoe said, “Music truly soothes the soul and through this extraordinary group of musicians, we hope you will be refreshed and inspired, particularly as we look forward to a healthy new year.”

About the Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival
Celebrating its 20th Anniversary season, the Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival is one of the nation’s most renowned classical music festivals. The Festival is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.