Musicians of professional orchestras, students of music conservatories, faculty, and alumni from many prestigious institutions perform in the Lake George Area.

Live festival recordings have been featured on a variety of radio programs including NPR's Performance Today.

Concerts and open rehearsals are held in historic locations, are family-friendly, casual and take place just a short, scenic drive from Lake George throughout Warren County communities.

The 2017 Festival will continue to entertain from the opening ceremony at Fort William Henry; Late Night by Moonlight cruise aboard the Minne-Ha-Ha to the Courtyard Marriott Roof Top Terrace.

Friday, 6pm ~ Dinner and Dance

Enjoy dinner, dancing and fantastic music at the Fort William Henry Hotel, 48 Canada Street, Lake George.

Our 2017 Dinner and Dance benefits our activities which includes bringing our roster of over 70 talented young musicians to our area. With continued support arts and culture will grow.

Tuesday, 7pm ~ Chamber Music

A pre-concert lecture by master violin-maker Douglas Cox will be held from 6-6:30pm at St James Church, 172 Ottawa Street, Lake George.

Performance by our extraordinary festival musicians follows.

Wednesday, 6pm ~ Dinner and Chamber Music

You will enjoy fine food, world-class performances of chamber music and stunning views at the Courtyard Marriott Roof Top Terrace, 365 Canada Street, Lake George.

Thursday, 7pm ~ Chamber Music Concert

Lake George Music Festival musicians will be performing at SUNY Adirondack Theater at 640 Bay Road, Queensbury.

Our program will be announced soon, please check back.

Friday, 7pm ~ Chamber Music

Our performance will take place at the Sacred Heart Church, 50 Mohican Street, Lake George.

Our program will be announced soon, please check back.

Saturday, 1pm ~ Chamber Music at Courthouse Gallery

Our concert at the Courthouse Gallery, 1 Amherst Street, Lake George welcomes our donors at the $100 level or higher, season pass holders, and host families.

Saturday, 5pm ~ Children's Concert

Our concert today is for the young and the young at heart ~ but ~ perfect for all ages, especially those 12 and under.

We will be performing at Shepard Park on Canada Street in Lake George. Our performance will be Igor Stravinsky's The Soldier's Tale.

Music has the power to enrich a child's life and instill a lifelong love of music.

This afternoon performance, through the one-of-a-kind experience of hearing the LGMF Symphony Orchestra playing classical masterpieces, will spark an interest in all.

Saturday, 8:45pm ~ Cruise aboard the Minne-Ha-Ha

Music under the stars and  Lake George ~ what an evening! Step on board and enjoy an eclectic and lively program of familiar symphonic and jazz crossover classics. We are amplified and jamming classical music!

The Minne is docked at the Steel Pier, Lake George Steamboat Co, 57 Beach Road, Lake George.

Sunday, 1 Piano Mania at Tannery Pond

We travel the scenic route up-county to Tannery Pond Center, 228 Main Street in North Creek. Today our pianists will perform solo, 4-hand, 6-hand, and 8-hand piano repertoire.

This performance is Fun for Everyone!

Our program will be announced soon, please check back.

Monday, 6pm ~ Uncorked at the Lake George Club

Enjoy a candle-lit evening at the Lake George Club, 4000 Lake Shore Drive, Diamond Point. Listen to exceptional concert music, sip fine wines from the Adirondack Winery and sample gourmet cheeses and a dinner menu.

Discover the similarities between classical music and fine food and drink.

Seating is cabaret style, bringing our musicians in close proximity with the audience ~ encouraging both to mingle while enjoying the evening.

Tuesday, 8pm Concert at the Festival Space

Tonight's performance, Sounds of Our Time, will take place at the Festival Commons at Charles R Wood Park, 17 West Brook Road, Lake George. We present an innovative concert which will explore connections that cross musical genres.

Our concert will open with a performance of Paul Dooley's groundbreaking Percussion Concerto, a co-comissioned work featuring solo percussionist Lisa Pegher.

The performance features a collaboration with the Brooklyn-based experimental indie electronic band Balun. Our Symphony Orchestra performing original works.

Thursday, 7:30pm ~ Lake George Music Festival Symphony Orchestra Concert ~ Fireworks

Our grand finale performance of the 2017 summer season will take place in the auditorium at Lake George Jr / Sr School, 381 Canada Street. Musicologist Christine Wisch and composer Sheridan Seyfried will present a pre-performance lecture/workshop at 6:30pm. 

Tonight's final performance includes Beethoven's Symphony No.7 and a world premiere performance of Sheridan Seyfried's double violin concerto for brothers Nikki and Timmy Chooi.

Fireworks over the Lake follows the performance.