Saint-Gaudens was a lover of music and played the flute. Starting in 1882, he sponsored Sunday afternoon concerts for his family and friends at his large studio on West 36th Street in New York. Musical presentations continued at Aspet after the Saint-Gaudens family moved full-time to Cornish in 1900. The Saint-Gaudens Memorial has sponsored concerts at the park since 1952 to carry on this tradition.
Seasonal programming generally consists of a series of weekly concerts held on Sunday afternoons between June and September. We are committed to bringing a diverse range of talents and sounds to the region and our performances feature offerings drawn from classical, jazz, folk, funk, bluegrass, Broadway, Indigenous, global traditions, and family-friendly selections. Concerts are included with paid admission to the Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park.
There are currently no upcoming concerts.