A note of gratitude, as we look toward the future:
With music from Bach to Birtwistle and Haydn to Harbison, with visual arts and poetry, two world premieres, and an evening devoted to song, our 2022 concert season concluded our summer run. Twilight Etchings was quintessential Token Creek, affirming again the kind of eclectic and unexpected programming we’ve been offering for the last thirty-plus years.
And with the close of that season in September, a twilight of a sort settles on our festival as we close one chapter and evolve to another. We’ll be transitioning from a strictly summer concert series to a different kind of programming, with a broad array of cultural events spread across the calendar. Who knows where this journey will take us, but we’ll be exploring the possibilities in the coming year.
Going forward, watch this space for continuing information as Token Creek Chamber Music re-invents itself anew. If you’re not already on our mailing list, please join now so that you’ll be first to know about upcoming projects.
And now we take this moment to extend our gratitude to all of you who, over these many years, have followed us, attended our events, and supported our endeavors in all ways. We offer our deepest thanks and gratitude for your continuing interest, curiosity, support, attention, reaction, sense of adventure, and persistence—the qualities that have always animated, and continue to inspire, the entire Token Creek experience.
We look forward to seeing you, in person or virtually, next time we gather.
With our very best wishes,
The Board & Staff
Token Creek Festival
exquisite music, glorious performances.
Token Creek · a world apart.
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This project is supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin.
This project is supported in part by a grant from The Evjue Foundation, Inc., the charitable arm of The Capital Times.
This project is supported by Dane County Arts with additional funds from the Endres Mfg. Company Foundation, The Evjue Foundation, Inc., charitable arm of The Capital Times, the W. Jerome Frautschi Foundation, and the Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation.
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