Since 1951, the Marlboro Festival in Brattleboro, Vermont has been a destination of choice for talented young players, established professionals and composers. Founded by pianist Rudolf Serkin, this Festival is now celebrating its’ 70th year and is primarily dedicated to music instruction and chamber music performance. Among this website’s many features are the Historic Recordings page of live performances that date from the early years of the Festival to more recent times and The Archives page. For woodwind enthusiasts, The Archives includes a feature on Marcel Moyse and the Historic Recordings include live performances by such artists as Harold Wright, John Mack, Paula Robison, Richard Stoltzman, Michael Parloff, John Ferillo, Jasmine Choi, Frank Cohen, Alfred Genovese, Marina Piccinini, Julia Bogorad and Joshua Smith, among many others. However, there is also a ton of wonderful music performed by illustrious string and piano instrumentalists including Pablo Casals, Rudolf Serkin, Benita Valente, David Soyer, Leon Fleisher, Jamie Laredo, Kim Kashkashian, Mitsuko Uchida and Eugene Istomin; the Guarneri, Juilliard, Emerson, Tokyo, Takacs, and Cleveland String Quartets; and Tashi, the Beaux Arts Trio, and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, etc. This website has many other attractive features including a page of commercial recordings issued by the Festival that can be purchased through the site.