Huntsville's summer chamber music festival returns this weekend (8/26-28) and founders Matt McDonald and Susanna Phillips took time out of their busy schedules to chat with Ginny Kennedy about what's new and exciting with the popular event and what sets it apart from other festivals. The concerts feature a wide array of music performed by talented musicians from around the country including a new commission just for Huntsville. More information is at www.twickenhamfest.org.
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