Norfolk Festival Online Auction

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22
July 2021
12:00 PM EDT
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12
August 2021
08:30 PM EDT

Norfolk Festival Online Auction

We have listened to your requests, and we are thrilled to offer you the opportunity to enjoy once-in-a-lifetime Norfolk experiences through our silent auction!

From a private concert to your exclusive dinner party in Ellen Battell Stoeckel’s Whitehouse, you’ll be sure to find an experience that appeals to you. All the experiences we’re offering are local to either Norfolk or New Haven and are all tied to the places, performers, and patrons that help us bring great music to you every summer.

Scroll down to see a full list of our auction items and click on an item to see more information and place a bid. If one experience particularly speaks to you, you can skip the bidding and click “Buy Now” to secure the item and enjoy knowing it’s yours. The auction closes at 9 p.m. on Thursday, August 12th, during our virtual Gala program, so don’t wait to find the experience that’s right for you!


About Norfolk Chamber Music Festival

The Norfolk Chamber Music Festival – Yale Summer School of Music provides opportunities for the most talented young instrumentalists, singers, and composers from around the world to collaborate with internationally acclaimed musicians in great performances exploring traditional and contemporary chamber music repertoire. With a musical tradition dating back to the 1890s, to the construction of the Music Shed in 1906 and the establishment of the Festival in 1941, the Ellen Battel Stoeckel Estate remains an important destination for performers and concertgoers alike. Through our concerts at the Music Shed, we are proud to bring world-class performances to historic Norfolk, CT – and to your home via livestream!

“My summer at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival was a special and memorable experience. I found inspiration from so much that summer: the faculty, my colleagues, and the beautiful scenery. I will always look back upon my time at Norfolk fondly.”

-Andy Sledge, NCMF ’19, bassoon

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