TACMF founder Ian Scarfe and co-founder Ellen McGehee purchased a 1928 Baldwin Grand Piano that will live in the Hyampom Community Hall.
This is a significant upgrade for the Hyampom Community Hall, which has a heavily used upright piano that is nearly beyond repair. The new grand piano will make both performers and listeners much happier during future concerts and events.
The Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival is happy to support this project. Some of our most exciting and beautiful concerts have been in the small town of Hyampom. This summer we plan to have three public concerts at the Hyampom Community Hall, June 27, August 1, and August 11. Festival musicians will also use the hall as a rehearsal space and as a place for special performances for local schools and summer camps.