Enjoy more Music from Meadowmount!

Gifted students share their talents for a second season on Mountain Lake PBS!

The weekly program Music from Meadowmount features highlights from the summer concerts performed by accomplished young musicians studying at Meadowmount School of Music in Westport, New York.

Each year about 200 string musicians are selected to study, perform and perfect their craft at the prestigious music school for seven weeks during the warmer months. In addition to chamber music rehearsals, private lessons, studio classes and private practice, the students perform in a series of concerts for their peers and the community in Essex County.

Many of the concerts are streamed on the Violin Channel, and for the second year, highlights from those programs appear in the series on Mountain Lake PBS, Music from Meadowmount.

Spotlight producer Paul Larson discusses the series with Meadowmount artistic director Janet Sung. She is also a professor of violin at DePaul University and a concert violinist.

You may look forward to six episodes of the Music from Meadowmount series. It airs Monday nights at 9 on Mountain Lake PBS, beginning April 15. You may also view it on your streaming devices with the PBS App.

Spotlight is made possible, in part, by the Glenn and Carol Pearsall Adirondack Foundation, dedicated to improving the quality of life for year-round residents of the Adirondack Park. Spotlight is also supported by Hill and Hollow Music.