Our concerts are held at various venues around the Middlburg/Upperville area:
The Middleburg United Methodist Church is a beautiful and historic ante-bellum church in the very center of Middleburg surrounded by a beautiful garden. Located at the corner of Washington St. (Route 50) and Pendleton Street, the Middleburg United Methodist Church dates from 1859 and was used as a hospital by both sides during the Civil War. The sanctuary, with seating for more than 200 persons, has near-perfect acoustics for musical performances. There is a state-of-the-art organ installed four years ago, as well as the finest of pianos: a 1928 Steinway Model A3, with the original sounding board and keys. The Model A3 is the smallest of the concert grand pianos and has an ideal sound for the church's size; it is unsurpassed both for bringing out the beauty of Chopin Nocturnes and for accompanying vocalists.
The Trinity Episcopal Church is a gorgeous country French church with a magnificent pipe organ of 43 ranks and 3 manuals and pedal in the American classic style.
The present church complex was gifted to the parish by Bunny and Paul Mellon. It is the third church built on the Upperville site, the first having been built in 1842 and the second in 1895.
The Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Middleburg is an historic church built in 1842 in the Gothic revival style. It has a spacious parish that is used for more intimate musical events.
The Middleburg Community Center is a landmark venue for large events with wonderful facilities for a concert with dancing and refreshments, such as the swing band concert that will take place during the Hunt Country Festival in May 2022.