Taking place in Italy and Germany, the InterHarmony International Music Festival is an annual summer festival. It features a concert series of young performers and solo musicians from around the globe. InterHarmony also has an institute for students of orchestral, chamber music, and solo playing. We offer intensive study programs, helping young musicians to hone their talent and perform classical music on world stages. We host three sessions in Acqui Terme (in Piedmont, Italy) and Sulzbach-Rosenberg (in Bavaria, Germany).
Cellist Misha Quint is the founder and music director of the InterHarmony International Music Festival, when he organized the first international music festival in Blonay, Switzerland in 1997. Since then, InterHarmony has brought together world-famous chamber musicians and soloists through multiple concerts. Today, InterHarmony continues to be one of the few festivals of its kind to take place across the globe. Several of our artists-in-residence and students travel to different locations, where they spend up to six weeks performing at the festival.